Home Features There are Black Friday gaming chair deals dropping at the big retailers right now. Even the maker of our favorite gaming chairs, Secretlab is offering up to $140 off its best seats. And in the lead up to the big day itself, you can expect offers dropping to try and grab your attention with gaming chair deals. While we may not be experiencing the same shortages with gaming chairs as we are with silicon, there is some difficulty getting products shipped around the world in general. So even if there is stock of the best gaming chairs available, you should consider making your purchases early, especially if you’re in a rush to replace that lumpy old office chair you pulled from a skip a few years back. Either way, should you be after a bargain gaming chair, some more deals will surely be dropping come Black Friday itself. Just be aware you may have to wait a little longer for shipping—potentially until next year. That’s going to be the main caveat in waiting for the last minute discounts. Black Friday PC gaming deals: all the best offers around so far Do also consider opting for an office chair. They tend to cost more, but offer the best ergonomics for long hours at a desk. Whatever sort of chair you choose, a good one will be worth spending a chunk of money on, especially if you’re currently in an ancient, non-adjustable hunk of plastic or a stylish-but-uncomfortable accent chair. A great chair will go along way toward building an ergonomic gaming setup. Who will have the best Black Friday gaming chair deals? PC Gamer’s favorite gaming chair – Secretlab Titan EVO 2022 from $469 Amazon – save $119 on Razer gaming chairs Secretlab – save up to $140 off some of the best gaming chairs Walmart – GTRacing chairs from $126 B&H Photo – All Speiltek gaming chairs, all the time from $120 Best Buy – save over $150 on Arozzi gaming chairs Target – get over $100 off DXRacer gaming chairs Staples – Staples own gaming chairs from $160 Newegg – GTRacing chairs for under $90 Dell – Corsair and Vertagear gaming chairs for under $280 Black Friday gaming chair deals Our magic price searching bots are all over the web, tracking down the best prices all the time. That means this list will be regularly curated multiple times each day Back to top ^ Black Friday office chair deals Our magic price searching bots are all over the web, tracking down the best prices all the time. That means this list will be regularly curated multiple times each day Back to top ^ When will Black Friday gaming chair deals start to appear? Black Friday itself occurs on November 26 this year, but there will be offers from a wide variety of retailers well ahead of time. Last year that might have just meant at the start of November, but we’re expecting there to be sales kicking off even before that in October. What should I look for in a Black Friday gaming chair deal? Durability has to be one of the key tenets of any Black Friday gaming chair purchase, as does support. If your bargain purchase starts to expose its metal frame six weeks into life as your gaming throne, and the padding sags depressingly, then you might as well be perched on top of a beer keg for all the support you’re getting. At the very least, you need to make sure that the gaming chair you have your eye on can offer some lumbar support, as well as adjustable arm rests. When you’re typing or WSADing at a desk, those elbows need to be raised just so. Neck pillows, or adjustable head rest, are also worthy of your time and money, but you also want to make sure you actually fit too. It’s not always easy to get a bead on a chair’s size from an online search, so always check the measurements before dropping a dollar on a new seat. There will be maximum height and weight recommendations for most chairs, and that’s absolutely worth paying attention to. Dave has been gaming since the days of Zaxxon and Lady Bug on the Colecovision, and code books for the Commodore Vic 20 (Death Race 2000!). He built his first gaming PC at the tender age of 16, and finally finished bug-fixing the Cyrix-based system around a year later. When he dropped it out of the window. He first started writing for Official PlayStation Magazine and Xbox World many decades ago, then moved onto PC Format full-time, then PC Gamer, TechRadar, and T3 among others. Now he’s back, writing about the nightmarish graphics card market, CPUs with more cores than sense, gaming laptops hotter than the sun, and SSDs more capacious than a Cybertruck.