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Sonos is offering up to $100 off its soundbars and speakers ahead of the Super Bowl

An image of the Sonos Beam soundbar with a TV screen in the background.
The Sonos Beam soundbar is small enough to fit alongside most TVs. | Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge

It’s far too easy to overlook a key component of a great Super Bowl watch party experience: quality audio. Although we’ve already covered some of the best TV deals taking place ahead of the big game, it’s also advisable to not assemble a room full of football fans when all you have for sound is the tinny built-in speakers on your TV. Thankfully, Sonos is running a sale until February 12th on a few of its speakers and soundbars, which can help you level up your system when it comes to watching sports and listening to music.

First off, the midrange Sonos Beam is on sale for $399 at Best Buy, Target, Amazon, and direct from Sonos. That’s $50 off the latest version of the Beam, which supports Dolby Atmos for virtual surround sound and has…

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