Music makes the world go around, and Prime Day is the perfect time to up your speaker game. Note, however, Prime Day is over, so many of these speaker deals may be unavailable.
Best Prime Day speaker deals
Sony SRS-XB13 Bluetooth speaker
The XB in Sony’s SRS-XB13 stands for “Extra Bass,” and this diminutive speaker delivers that frequency in spades.
Tribit MaxSound Plus Bluetooth Speaker
Tribit consistently impresses us with the performance of its Bluetooth speakers compared to the price, and this one features IPX7 weatherization and a battery rated for 20 hours of play time.
Sonos Roam (Refurbished)
The Sonos Roam can connect to your Wi-Fi network at home and Bluetooth when you’re on the go, making it one of the most versatile portable speakers you’ll find.
Bose SoundLink Flex Bluetooth speaker (Refurbished)
The rugged Bose Soundlink Flex (its IP67 rating means it will survive a dunk in the pool) sounds fabulous, and it can be paired with another Bose speaker for stereo performances.
Marshall Kilburn II Bluetooth speaker
Marshall speakers–designed to resemble their namesake guitar amplifiers–don’t go on sale very often, and the Kilburn II portable sounds every bit as good as it looks.
Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Music System
The two-channel Q Acoustics M20 high-fidelity Bluetooth audio system knocked our socks off when we reviewed it, and it can also function as a USB audio device for very high-res streaming from a computer.
Sony SRS-XG500 Bluetooth Party speaker
Bring Sony’s beefy Bluetooth speaker when it’s time to rock the party, indoors or out. This model even has an input for a mic or guitar, so it’s like a mini PA.
JBL Xtreme 3 Bluetooth speaker
Xtreme is an apt description of JBL’s massive Bluetooth speaker, featuring four active drivers, dual passive radiators, and a bandolier with a built-in bottle opener.
JBL Flip 5 Bluetooth speaker
You’ll find JBL’s signature sound in this waterproof and rugged (it’s rated IPX7) Bluetooth speaker.
Who qualifies for Prime Day deals?
Amazon Prime subscribers are the only people who qualify for Prime Day deals. Amazon Prime memberships cost $139 per year or $14.99 per month. If you’re not ready to commit to an Amazon Prime subscription, you can sign up for a one-month Amazon Prime free trial that will get you access to all of Amazon’s deals, and then cancel as soon as Prime Day is over.