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Sonos offers its early adopters a 30 percent trade-in offer on new speakers

You can trade up older models to save on the likes of Sonos Move or One.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
10.30.19 in AV
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If you've been hanging onto an old Sonos speaker for forever but have been interested in switching to a recent model such as Move, One or Port, the company might tempt you further with its Trade Up program. If you have an eligible speaker, you can claim 30 percent off a new one and recycle your existing product.

The scheme is open to owners of Connect, Connect:Amp, ZP80, ZP90, ZP100, ZP120 and the first generation Play:5 for now. If you're one of those early adopters, you'll be able to follow an upgrade process through the Sonos app.

You'll see a Trade Up section in My Account, from which you can select eligible devices you'd like to trade in for credit. You'll get 30 percent off a new device for each one you upgrade, and 21 days later, your current speaker(s) will enter recycle mode. That'll scrub your data from the device and deactivate it permanently. You can then take it to your nearest e-recycling center to dispose of it or send it back to Sonos.

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