The long Memorial Day weekend is (almost) here, and many retailers are already offering deals on laptops, TVs, headphones, and Bluetooth speakers. If you need a new speaker to power your summer lounging, consider these Bluetooth-enabled models, ranging from small clip-on portable speakers to ones that can supply the music for an entire house party.

The best Memorial Day portable Bluetooth speaker deals

The JBL Clip 4 Portable Bluetooth Speaker is a good-looking budget speaker that is perfect for clipping on your hiking backpack without worrying about the weight. The small speaker has a surprising sound, according to PCMag’s review, but it won’t have great bass. It’s on sale for $46.74 (originally $79.95) from Walmart.

Like the JBL Clip 4, the Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 is small and portable, but instead of a clip, it has a flap designed to wrap around bike handlebars (although you can wrap it around a backpack, too). The Stormbox Micro 2 has better bass than the Clip 4, longer battery life, and can sync up with other Tritbit speakers. It’s on sale for $42.99 (originally $79.99) after using the $5 on-page coupon on Amazon.

If you’re looking for a bigger speaker that is still quite portable, consider the Sony SRS-XB23. It has more of a presence and an Extra Bass setting that delivers solid audio, according to PCMag’s review. Like the previous speakers, it is water and dust proof. It’s on sale for $89 (originally $129.99).

The best deals on Bluetooth speakers with more oomph

Summer is about vibes, friends, and good music. To keep a house party or backyard gathering going, you’ll need a bigger and louder speaker than the ones mentioned so far. Consider these Bluetooth speakers if you plan to host this summer:

If you want a JBL but not break the bank: The JBL Charge 5 is powerful for its size, carrying a 10W tweeter and a 30W woofer, according to PCMag’s review. Get it for $129.70 (originally $179.95). If you prefer a JBL with a speakerphone, consider the JBL Xtreme 2 for $169.77 (originally $224.95).

If you don’t mind a quirky design: The Harmon Kardon Onyx Studio 6 is a waterproof portable Bluetooth speaker that looks very different from its competition. You can connect up to two phones at the same time and take turns playing music on the loud 50W speaker, according to PCMag’s review. It’s on sale for $127.02 (originally $479.95).

If you need a loud speaker: The Tribit StormBox Blast is the loudest speaker of the bunch with a 90W output of sound. It’s also a stereo speaker with LED lights and an adjustable in-app EQ, according to PCMag’s review. It’s on sale for $159.99 (originally $199.99) after using the $40 on-page coupon.