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Get Sonos discounts by trading in eligible discontinued products


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Sonos is adding five more products to its Trade Up program starting in May.

Sonos launched the Trade Up program in October of last year. The program allows customers to recycle older Sonos products in return for a discount on current products.

Today, Sonos announced that the company will be adding five more products to the Trade Up program starting in May. These products are all discontinued and have been replaced by newer, upgraded products.

These older products won't stop working right away, but they also won't get any new software updates or features. This means that they'll eventually have limited functionality or stop working entirely as other products and platforms continue to evolve.

Which products are affected?

  • Original ZonePlayer
  • Connect and Connect:Amp (from 2006 to 2015)
  • Play:5 (Gen 1)
  • CR200
  • Bridge

Owners of the above products can either keep using them or trade them in for Sonos credit.

If you keep using it, it won't receive any more updates and may lose some functionality over time.

If you choose to trade it in, you'll get a 30% credit for the product that you can use to get discounts on any current Sonos merchandise, including the Sonos One, Sonos Move and Sonos Beam. The credits don't expire and can be used at any time.

All of the products that get traded in have to be put in what Sonos calls "recycle mode" before you can receive the credit. Putting a product into "recycle mode" removes personal information and permanently and irreversibly shuts down the device. What you do with it next is up to you.

You can either send it back to Sonos and the company will recycle it for you, or you can take it to an e-waste recycling drop-off point near you.

Questions? Head on over to the Sonos Trade Up FAQ for more information.

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