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Buy a Marshall speaker and get a pair of Major III headphones completely free

Buy a Marshall speaker and get Major III Bluetooth headphones for free
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When it comes to rock, there is no more iconic brand than Marshall.

Their speakers have graced the stages of rock, prog and metal legends down through the years – and when it comes to transferring the tech to the comfort of the living room, Marshall’s offerings are hard to beat.

And with summer right around the corner and Father’s Day fast approaching, now is a great time to tune into your favourite sun-kissed sounds – and Marshall are offering music fans a cracking deal right now.

The audio specialist has hand-picked 14 Marshall speakers from their super-stylish range, including their Uxbridge Voice with Alexa, the Acton Multi-Room and the ultra portable Kilburn II – and from now until July 12, you can get a pair of Marshall’s Major III bluetooth headphones in black when you purchase one of the selected models… completely free – while stocks last.

And it couldn’t be easier to claim your free set of cans, which have an RRP of £69.99 as when you order any of the selected speakers, the headphones will automatically be added to your cart!

If you’re looking for more bluetooth speakers or other headphone for music options, then we also have you covered right here on Louder. And don’t forget our selection of top wireless headphonesin-ear headphones and cheap noise-cancelling headphones.

And if you prefer to keep things more Marshall-shaped, then you’ll find the best deals on Marshall speakers and headphones right here.


Buy a Marshall speaker, get Marshall headphones FREE!

Buy a Marshall speaker, get Marshall headphones FREE!
Up until July 12, buy a Marshall speaker and bag a pair of Marshall Major III Bluetooth headphones worth £69.99 absolutely free. Perfect for summer listening or a great gift for Father's Day

Scott Munro

Scott looks after Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 20 years in newspapers and magazines and in 2014 joined our news desk, where he's written extensively about rock, metal, prog and more on a daily basis.