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Black Friday: Save up to 63% on Ultimate Ears bluetooth speakers

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Black Friday music deals are here and music fans can save a bundle right now on turntables, headphones, vinyl and instruments. But if you're looking for a Bluetooth speaker deal, Amazon have lopped off a whopping amount of cash on a range of Ultimate Ears bluetooth speakers.

The Ultimate Ears Megablast bluetooth portable speaker, which boasts Amazon Alexa voice control, is currently available for £99.99 – 63% down on its RRP of £269.99.

Meanwhile, the Ultimate Ears Boom 2 bluetooth speaker has 50% off – down to just £59.99, while more bargain are up for grabs.

Check out further details and even more great deals below.

Ultimate Ears Bluetooth Speaker Deals

Ultimate Ears Megablast speaker: Was £269.99 - now £99.99

Ultimate Ears Megablast speaker: Was £269.99 - now £99.99
Enjoy your favourite sounds on the go with this Ultimate Ears Megablast bluetooth portable speaker featuring  Amazon Alexa voice control.

Ultimate Ears Boom 2 speaker: Was £119  - now £59.99

Ultimate Ears Boom 2 speaker: Was £119  - now £59.99
Offering wireless, 360-degree immersive surround sound and deep bass, this waterproof speaker has a 30 metre range and a play time of 15 hours

Ultimate Ears Blast speaker: Was £169.99 - now £69.99

Ultimate Ears Blast speaker: Was £169.99 - now £69.99
This Ultimate Ears Blast bluetooth speaker is available in graphite black, is waterproof and features Amazon Alexa voice control - and there's 595 off its RRP.

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom speaker: Was £89.99 - now £52.88

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom speaker: Was £89.99 - now £52.88
This ideally-sized bluetooth speaker is waterproof, it floats, has a battery charge of 10 hours, and packs a big sound. It's now available in Phantom Black.

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 25 years in newspapers and magazines and in 2014 joined our news desk, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more. Scott has previous written for the Daily Record, Sunday Mirror, The Herald and IGN.