Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals 2023: Cyber Week deals are live with saving on the Spark Go and Mini, plus 50% off BIAS software

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2. Editor's picks
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This year's official Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals have ended, but fear not as the Cyber Week sale just launched! Positive Grid clearly wasn't planning on shutting their sales down any time soon and, while the savings aren't all as good as Black Friday or Cyber Monday, these deals are still worth your time.

As of right now, you can save $30 off the new Spark Go, $30 off the Spark Mini and $60 off the OG Spark amp. There's also a huge up to 50% to be saved on BIAS software, plus discounts on a range of accessories.

The Positive Grid Spark has turned the competitive practice amp market on its head. From the original model to the Spark Mini and new Spark Go, players have been singing the praises of these versatile, smart amps since their release. We too love this hi-tech, clever little amp, but we love it even more when there's a sizeable discount on offer.

The Positive Grid Spark is equipped with 33 amp models and 43 FX ranging from utilities such as noise gates and EQ through overdrives, modulation, delay and reverb. What's more, you have access to thousands of preset tones via the Spark smart app. There's Bluetooth and USB on board, so jamming to your favorite music, hooking up wirelessly to the Spark app or connecting to your computer for recording is made easy.

But some of the most incredible functions lie in the Sparks intelligent feature. Smart Jam learns your playing style and automatically generates authentic bass and drum backing tracks for you to play over the top of. Meanwhile, the Auto Chords feature works with the Spark app to analyse any song you care to play through it, at which point it'll figure out the chords for you, allowing you to sit in with your favourite recordings with ease. These features are available across the entire Spark amp range.

Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals: Quick links

The best place to find Positive Grid discounts right now is the Positive Grid site itself. You may also find some tasty offers on Positive Grid’s Amazon store, but you'll need to be a Prime member to secure the very best offers. Here are some quick links to best deals available today:

Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals: Editor's picks

If you're looking to save on Positive Grid's celebrated smart amp, software and accessories, these are the deals to shop today:

Positive Grid Spark Go Pearl: Was $129, now $99

Positive Grid Spark Go Pearl: Was $129, now $99
A superb mini amp that streaks ahead of the competition, the Positive Grid Spark Go just got even better with a fantastic-looking Pearl colorway. It’s got a $30 discount on the official PG site at the moment, just in time for the Cyber Monday sale. If you’re short on space and need something compact that still gets loud when you need it to, then we don’t think it comes any better than this incredible mini practice amp. The OG black version is available with the same discount.

Positive Grid Spark 40: Was $299, now $239

Positive Grid Spark 40: Was $299, now $239
The Spark is packed to the rafters with tones, effects and impressive features, and the free app lets you explore even more. Keep up your practice routine wherever you go for less, with $60 off the regular price.

Positive Grid Spark Mini: Was $229, now $199

Positive Grid Spark Mini: Was $229, now $199
The Spark Mini has been a runaway success, and it's easy to see why. This clever little amp gives players all the features they loved about the original but in a smaller, even more practical format - and for Cyber Monday you can save $30.

Riff interface: Was $109, now $69

Riff interface: Was $109, now $69
When we tested the Positive Grid Riff interface we said "if you're a guitarist looking for a streamlined, compact audio interface... the Riff has enough power to keep up with the rest of the pack, and is well-priced for beginner producers who want good quality guitar recordings." Today you can save a chunky $40 off.

Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals FAQ

Close up of white Spark Mini

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When will the Positive Grid Cyber Monday deals happen?

Cyber Monday 2023 officially lands on Monday 27 November, bringing with it thousands upon thousand of amazing discounts on music gear and beyond. That said, as you've already read, the deals are already here!

The deals might change a little between Black Friday and Cyber Monday and we don't expect the deals to be restricted to just the four days of Cyber Weekend either.

Editor's note: This year's Positive Grid deals are already here!

Where can I find Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals?

Positive Grid primarily sells direct, so most of the best offers will be live right there on the Positive Grid site

They also have a store on Amazon where we’ve seen great deals in the past. It’s unlikely Amazon will outstrip Positive Grid in terms of the calibre of deals, but it’s always worth checking both before you commit. That said, if you'd prefer not to give Amazon your cash, but still want a great Spark deal, it's good to know you have an alternative place to shop. 

What deals can I expect?

Early in October Positive Grid dropped some surprise early deals as part of Amazon's Big Deal Days event. The biggest discount was up to 20% off select Spark amps and amp bundles, marking Positive Grid's first major discounts of the season.

For Cyber Monday itself last year there was some much chunkier discounts being handed out, including 35% off the White Pearl version of the Spark 40. A lot of the deals were extended well into the week after Cyber Monday, too.

For 2023, we’d put our money on savings being applied to the original Spark amp and Spark Pearl, the Spark Mini and the Riff interface and Spark Control wireless foot controller.

And of course, it’s almost guaranteed you will be able to save on Positive Grid’s awesome BIAS software, including the Omnyss collection that's just turned a year old. 

Quick word of warning: we often see deals applied to strictly limited numbers of units. In the past Positive Grid has published the number of units available at a certain discount so it’s easy to see how long you have left before they run out. Usually once the units at the biggest discount are gone, they will release more at a smaller discount – you’ll kick yourself if you don’t bag the very best discount, so you’ll need to act fast to secure the premium savings.

Positive Grid Spark GO front grille

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Will the Spark Go be on sale?

The Spark Go is Positive Grid's newest, and smallest, smart amp. It's stylish, portable and packs a real punch and, despite the size, offers all the smart features of it's larger siblings.

Will there be discounts on the Spark Go? The answer is yes! Currently the tiny powerhouse is up for grabs with a $20 discount, which puts it back to the special pre-order price it was prior to launch. It's not a massive saving, but any saving, however small, on killer product is welcome in our eyes.

Will the Spark Cab be on sale?

Same as the above, the Spark Cab has only just been released and, at the time of writing is only available to pre-order. That said, the pre-order price is $30 cheaper than the price you will pay once the cab is on general sale, so now might be the time to strike. 

Undecided on the Spark Cab? You can check out our first-look Spark Cab review here.

Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals: how to prepare

Our biggest tip to get ready for this year's Cyber Monday Positive Grid deals is to get your research done super early. Work out what you need, not just what you want, and get your wishlist together asap. Make a note of prices as early as possible so you know if a deal is really as good as it suggests when it drops into your inbox or appears on your social media feeds.

To help you create your dream shopping list, take some time out to explore our expert buying guides and product reviews. We've listed a few key ones below:

How we choose which deals to cover

Here at Guitar World, we are experts in our field, with many years of playing guitar gear and product testing between us. We live and breathe everything guitar-related, and we draw on this knowledge and experience of using gear in live, recording and rehearsal scenarios when selecting the products we recommend.

First and foremost, we are players, and we want to match like-minded folk with the right products for them, at the best prices.

For us to recommend a deal on guitar gear it has to be a product we rate that’s a genuinely great price or part of a truly fantastic bundle. It’s also important that we only recommend retailers where you will have a positive shopping experience.

Why you can trust our choices

We spend a lot of our time scouring music retailers for fantastic deals on our favorite guitar gear. Not only is it our job to research and recommend the best gear in our buyer’s guides and reviews, but we’re also dedicated to helping musicians get the best deals on the stuff they need, too. After all, the only thing better than new gear day is a hearty discount.

We cover a lot of the big sales events throughout the year, including Memorial Day4th of July sales and Amazon Prime Day, and we have a good view on which products are likely to receive the biggest discounts and when, the prices they’ve been in the past and which deals are genuinely worth a look.

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Chris Barnes

I'm Guitar World's eCommerce Editor. It's my job to manage buyer's guides on the site and help guitarists find the right gear and the best prices. I'm a guitarist and a drummer and I've worked in the music gear industry for 18 years, including 7 years as Editor of the UK's best-selling drum magazine Rhythm, and 5 years as a freelance writer working with brands including Roland, Boss, MusicRadar and Natal.

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