Black Friday gaming chair deals 2021: the best offers that are still active

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Black Friday gaming chair deals are starting to dry up, but there’s still a rich range of discounts available for a suite of seats. From the best gaming chairs money can buy to hidden gems perfect for those on a tighter budget, this year’s discounts have made luxurious, ergonomic seating more affordable than ever. 

Unsurprisingly, Secretlab discounts (opens in new tab) have served up some of the best deals this Black Friday, with icons like the Omega and Titan receiving some nice price drops. For $359, you simply can’t go wrong with the premium Omega Stealth (opens in new tab) in particular. Amazon chair deals (opens in new tab) have been impressively broad as well, and some of the most popular and highly rated models have slashed prices considerably. 

It’s easy to get caught up in refresh rates, clock speeds, and terabytes, but the humble chair is an essential part of any good gaming setup. The more you consider how much time we spend sitting, the more worthwhile it seems to invest in a quality gaming chair. Never underestimate what a difference a comfortable seat can make – for both your health and your gaming experience. With that said, here are the best Black Friday gaming chair deals so far. 

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Secretlab Omega Stealth (2020) | $399 $359 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save $40 – As we mentioned in our Secretlab Omega 2020 review (opens in new tab), this is an exceedingly stylish option that’s very comfortable too. It’s the sort of seat that’ll stay at the top of its game for years, and there’s little wonder why it’s been Secretlab’s go-to brand for so long.
UK deal – £319 £284 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)

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Corsair T3 Rush | $299.99 $249.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 17% – Corsair isn’t a name you may associate with Black Friday gaming chair deals, but the T3 Rush demonstrates why that’s a mistake. This is a phenomenal mid-range chair that ticks all the boxes, and we highly recommend it.
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Dowinx Gaming Chair | $199.99 $139.99 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save 30% – If you’re aiming to save some money without compromising on quality, this cheaper option from Dowinx fits the bill nicely. A sleek design accompanies a sturdy yet comfy construction, and we’ve been impressed with what we’ve seen of this particular seat.
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Alienware S5000 | $399.99 $339.99 at Dell (with $100 Dell Promo eGift Card) (opens in new tab)
Save $60 – Although the S5000 isn’t offering the biggest saving on the face of it, the fact that it comes with a $100 Dell eGift Card makes it a lot more appealing. Plus, it has “Ultra Premium High Resiliency Foam” which sounds lovely and comfortable.
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Respawn W109 | $179.99 $134 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $45 – Respawn is a well-established name when it comes to gaming chairs, so you’re in good hands with the W109. While it is lacking the bells and whistles you’d expect from more premium options, it is constructed from a thick, dense foam that should be pretty luxurious for you’re ol’ butt. Which is what matters in the end, to be honest.
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Secretlab Omega Stealth (2020) | $399 $359 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save $40 – The Omega was Secretlab’s go-to brand for years, and that says a lot about its quality. These are premium chairs in every sense of the word, and the fact that they’re being retired in favor of the new Titan EVO 2022 line means we get some discounts like this one. The cheapest offer we’ve found so far is on the darker ‘Stealth’ variant fitted with black PRIME 2.0 PU leather.

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Secretlab Titan EVO (2022) | $499 $469 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save $35 – This is Secretlab’s new flagship chair, and it lives up to the hype. This one replaces the Omega seen above, and it’s an improvement in every sense thanks to a magnetic headrest, built-in adjustable lumbar support, and a NEO hybrid leatherette material, this is ‘premium’ defined.

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Dowinx Gaming Chair | $199.99 $139.99 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save 30% – Want something a little different from the standard clutch of black, white, or red Black Friday gaming chair deals? This more affordable option from Dowinx throws some regal purple into the mix for a striking look that offers a surprisingly comfortable seat. Seriously, this is worth considering at that price.

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Respawn RSP 110 | $249.99 $162.49 at Target (opens in new tab)
Save 35% – This offer is eye-catching beyond that $87.50 reduction; the chair features an extendable footrest and arms that move back with you when you recline. That’s pretty fancy, particularly at this price.

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Cougar Armor-S Royal | $249.99 $219.99 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
Save 12% – While it’s ‘only’ a $30 saving, that still helps nudge this gaming chair into slightly more affordable territory. And to be honest, it seems to live up to its deluxe name: it features a “suede-like texture and golden stitching premium design” to go with a covering of PVC leather. Other Cougar chairs have already sold out, so if this catches your eye, you may want to act fast.

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Corsair T3 Rush (Gray/White) | $299.99 $249.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 17% – Corsair may be better known for its PC components and accessories, but that isn’t to say its seats are lackluster. These are excellent products all-round, so take advantage of this offer in the late Black Friday gaming chair deals while you can.

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Alienware S5000 | $399.99 $339.99 at Dell (with $100 Dell Promo eGift Card) (opens in new tab)
Save $60 – With “Ultra Premium High Resiliency Foam” and a very jazzy design, this Alienware seat certainly makes a good first impression. Plus, getting a Dell gift card with your purchase for peripherals to complete your setup is pretty cool.

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Vertagear PL1000 | $329.99 $279.99 at Vertagear (opens in new tab)
Save $50 – Fitted with dual-layer ‘Hybrid’ foam that contours to how you sit (while still offering firm support as well), this particular Vertagear chair is doing its damnedest to sound as comfy as possible. A variety of colors are available, ranging from plain black to accents of green. (Shipped in late December)

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AKRacing Arctica | $549.99 $299 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $250 – Few of the Black Friday gaming chair deals offer this much of a discount, so the reduction on AKRacing’s Arctica seat is worthy of a shout-out. Coming at you with a sleek white design, it can carry a weight up to 330lbs and features 4D adjustable armrests.

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AKRacing Core Series SX | $479 $311.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $167 – The AKRacing brand is well-respected when it comes to the gaming chair space, and for good reason: it’s excellent at what it does. This offer gets you a rather dashing red and black seat with high-density mold shaping foam and a sturdy metal frame that should last for a long time to come.

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Razer Iskur | $499 $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 30% – The Black Friday gaming chair deals are still going strong with this $149 discount on the original Iskur. As we mentioned in our Razer Iskur review (opens in new tab), it’s extremely comfortable with terrific lumbar support.

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AndaSeat T-Pro 2 | $549.99 $349.99 at AndaSeat (opens in new tab)
Save $200 – In terms of sheer bang-to-buck, a $200 saving makes this particular entry in the Black Friday gaming chair deals sing. As we mentioned in our AndaSeat T-Pro 2 review (opens in new tab), the premium fabric cover and mature design help it stand out from the competition. This one’s back in stock, but won’t last long.

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Razer Iskur XL | $599 $399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 33% – Offering the same creature comforts as the standard Razer Iskur but on a larger scale, the XL model is a good option for larger frames or those who want a bit more space to sprawl. Thanks to a $199 reduction in the Black Friday gaming chair deals, it’s looking mighty tempting right about now…

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DXRacer Master | $629.99 $528.89 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Save $101 – If you want a good gaming chair, you really do have to pay for it. And although that price tag is wince-inducing, DXRacer are seen as some of the best in the business for a reason. Their Master seat demonstrates why thanks to exceptional ergonomics, microfiber leather, and all the creature comforts you’d expect from something this expensive.

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Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody | $1,595 $1,355.75 at Herman Miller (opens in new tab)
Save 15% – Gaming chairs are definitely the sort of thing where you get what you pay for; the more you spend, the more comfortable you’ll be (in theory, anyway). That’s definitely the case with Herman Miller’s Logitech seat. Despite being absurdly expensive, it’s worth every cent.

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Secretlab Omega Stealth (2020) | £319 £284 at Secretlab (opens in new tab)
Save £35 – The Omega range has been at the forefront of Secretlab’s offerings for a long time now, and there’s a good reason for that: they’re comfortable, luxurious,  and supportive for your back. That makes this reduction (even if it is small) worth considering.

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Secretlab Titan EVO (2022) | £399 £369 at Secretlab (opens in new tab) 
Save £30 – The Titan EVO is Secretlab’s newest range of chairs, and it replaces the older Omega line above thanks to a magnetic headrest, built-in but adjustable lumbar support, and customisable arm rests (sold separately). Because this is part of Secretlab’s official Black Friday line-up, you don’t need to worry about it dropping further in price over the Black Friday gaming chair deals either; it’ll keep that discount for the duration.

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Newskill Gaming Chair | £165.95 £119.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £45 – While it won’t live up to the quality of the more premium chairs on this list, the Newskill Gaming Chair is a good stopgap or short-term option if you’re mindful of budget. A good place to start your search in this year’s Black Friday gaming chair deals… especially because investing qualifies you for 66% off three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC.

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BraZen Puma | £159.95 £129.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £30 – Even though it’s one of the cheaper options on the market, this BraZen seat is actually amongst the most comfortable we’ve tried; we preferred it to many more premium options. That makes this particular entry in the late Black Friday deals worthy of consideration.

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BraZen Phantom Elite | £229.95 £160.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £69 – Despite being known for its more affordable seats, BraZen shouldn’t be a brand you ignore out of hand – it makes some excellent products that are often a match for premium Black Friday gaming chair deals. That makes this one worth considering, even if it was a lot especially because the product comes with a lumbar support cushion, slick PU leather, and can apparently be built by a single person in just 20 minutes (note that this chair is available in a variety of colours).

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Corsair T3 Rush | £249.99 £199.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £50 – As one of our favorite seats, this is definitely amongst the best late Black Friday gaming chair deals we’ve seen so far. Besides being cosy thanks to a breathable fabric cover, it’ll fit in with most spaces thanks to a mature, classy design. Memory foam lumbar support and 4D armrests round out the pros for this offer.

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Razer Iskur | £349.98 £279.99 at eBuyer (opens in new tab)
Save £70 – The normal Razer Iskur has seen a sizeable discount for of this year’s Black Friday gaming chair deals, and considering how pricey it normally is, that’s not bad going. This seat boasts ergonomic lumbar support and high-density foam cushions.

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Noblechairs Epic | £329.99 £299.99 at Overclockers (opens in new tab)
Save £30 – This crisp white Noblechairs offering is a striking one, and not just because of its colour scheme. The company is famous for its excellent seating, so a discount – no matter how small – is attention-grabbing during the Black Friday gaming chair deals.

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Noblechairs Icon | £339.95 £309.95 at Overclockers (opens in new tab)
Save 8% – It may not be a massive saving, but the Noblechairs Icon is one of the best in the business so any saving is noteworthy. A luxurious PU imitation leather covering and perforated back for breathability give this a rather decedent feel, so it’s nice to see a discount (even a small one) for the late Black Friday gaming chair deals.

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X Rocker Torque | £244 £185 at AO (opens in new tab)
Save £59 – Want something a little more relaxed? This pedestal chair is a solid contender thanks to a deep seat, a rather fancy 2.1 stereo audio that’s built right into the headrest, and a back-mounted subwoofer to finish off the picture.

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Black Friday gaming chair deals – what to expect

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What will the best Black Friday gaming chair deals be?

Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart tend to be the front-runners when it comes to deep discounts on premium chairs, and that’s been borne out by this year’s offers. However, Secretlab has also been a good source of reductions in years gone by, and the same is true in 2021. That includes savings on models we’ve praised here on the site (as per our Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 review), so it’s worth a look at the very least.

Similarly, Razer gaming chairs have been receiving discounts consistently for the past few months at several online retailers, with the company’s premium model, the Iskur, having recently been on sale for $399 (down from  $499) via Amazon. It has been reduced even further this year, so 2021 looks as if it could be a bumper year for money off.

Is it worth waiting until Black Friday to buy a gaming chair? 

Simply put, yes – it’s definitely a good idea to wait until the Black Friday gaming chair deals turn up to make your move. The sale offers one of the rare times of year where premium gaming chair brands see their respective MSRPs slashed, so it’s your best opportunity to make a saving. You may not be consistently getting hundreds of dollars knocked off of every single model, but you’re certain to save money where it matters on all the major makes.

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If you’ve been pining after a Secretlab chair, it’s definitely worth pouncing during Black Friday as well; the company has a track record of offering bespoke discounts on the day, and that’s exactly what happened this November.

Razer always does something similar with its accessories, and the same was true of its chairs in 2021.

How to choose the right gaming chair for you

There are really only two kinds of gaming chair to look out for in the Black Friday gaming chair deals; ergonomic/office style gaming chairs (which are much more popular for both PC users and console gamers) or pedestal/rocker gaming chairs. Although the latter variant isn’t as popular, it does have its quality brands too.  

  • Ergonomic gaming chairs: There are several key brands that make gaming chairs in this style to look out for on the day, including Secretlab, AndaSeat, Noblechairs, Corsair, and Razer. The design for most of them includes a racing-style swivel seat complete with a high backrest, reclining action, lumbar support, and headrest cushions. 
  • Pedestal gaming chairs: As the name would imply, this style is stationary and built for rocking back and forth, stuck to the ground (there are also free-rocking chairs in the same style, most notably by X Rocker). Some models have RGB lighting and stereo speakers in them, tailored towards a younger or teen audience. 

If you’re interested in PC gaming first and foremost, then Black Friday gaming PC deals and Black Friday gaming laptop deals are sure to offer huge discounts on the latest hardware. As for a console setup, Black Friday PS5 deals and Black Friday Xbox Series X deals should be your first port of call.

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