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Gift Idea with a Bonus: Free Sonos Bridge with the Purchase of Any Sonos Player

Free Sonos Bridge with purchase

Those unfamiliar with Sonos should head over to our Sonos coupons and discounts page and read the about the review section (or use the coupons for that matter). In essence Sonos creates electronic sound devices with the focus being on wireless hi-fi systems and accessories. They recently started partnering with Songza, which definitely peaked my interest.

To get back to the deal, Basically all tech junkies looking for something that can wow friends will drool over some of the Sonos systems. If you have a friend or relative that fits the bill (and that needs spoiling rotten) you might want to consider getting them a Sonos Player (they range from $399 to $599), and as a little gift to you–or an extra one for the recipient–Sonos is giving away a free Sonos Bridge (valued at $59) with this code.

Details: Get a free Sonos Bridge with the purchase of any player
Code:FREEBRIDGE
Expires: 31st December, 2012
Visit Sonos here


What does the Bridge do?
“The Sonos Bridge allows customers to connect to a router to set up a Sonos wireless network.”

Sonos Play:5While these systems aren’t cheap, they are known for their quality. The reviews out there are overwhelmingly positive and if you have the money, setting up multiple players with one centrally controlled hub to listen to music anywhere in your house–and all wirelessly to boot–is uber cool. They just released a new sub woofer too, which is so new it doesn’t even have a price.

I think the whole idea of streaming music is amazing as I personally use Songza a lot, and I know people rave about Spotify and Grooveshark. Accordingly, this kind of wireless music system, completely geared towards streaming and syncing speakers, is the way of the future. Don’t forget they look pretty too; just take a look at the Play:5 on the right.

If the free bridge isn’t your thing, perhaps shoppers might want to try the Sonos free shipping code found on the first link in this post.