Black Friday and Cyber Monday have always delivered on good deals on electronics, and this year does not break the trend. (Check out our running tally of the day’s best deals to see some great examples). We already covered a bunch today at the Daily Dealer, but here’s another one for you – anywhere from $30 to $60 off some high quality speakers made by Pioneer. All of these products have averaged close to 5 out of 5 stars from customer reviews, and the Pioneer floor standing speakers are actually the #1 most popular on all of Amazon.
There are six Pioneer speakers included in this Cyber Monday deal. To give you a taste, here are four of them:
Normally $130, this #1 bestselling floor speaker is 31 percent off for Cyber Monday (Photo via Amazon)
Pioneer SP-FS52 Andrew Jones Designed Floor Standing Loudspeaker on sale for $89.99
Normally $130, these bookshelf speakers are 31 percent off today for Cyber Monday (Photo via Amazon)
Pioneer SP-BS22-LR Andrew Jones Designed Bookshelf Loudspeakers on sale for $89.99
Normally $160, this subwoofer is 38 percent off for Cyber Monday (Photo via Amazon)
Pioneer SW-8MK2 Andrew Jones Designed 100-Watt Powered Subwoofer on sale for $99.99
Normally $100, this center channel speaker is 30 percent off for Cyber Monday (Photo via Amazon)
Pioneer SP-C22 Andrew Jones Designed Center Channel Speaker on sale for $69.99
Good reviews? Check. Good discounts? Check. Necessary product in 2016? Definite check. I have a feeling these will be a very popular buy on Amazon this Cyber Monday. You need good speakers, after all.
Pioneer Speakers by Andrew Jones on sale fro $69.99 to $99.99
Pioneer speakers are the Cyber Monday deal of the day (Photo via Amazon)
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