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Cyber Monday gaming chair deals 2021: there are still savings to be had from Secretlab, DXRacer, and Herman Miller

Cyber Monday gaming chair deals
Cyber Monday gaming chair deals

Cyber Monday gaming chair deals

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Pull up a seat for the dregs of Cyber Monday gaming chair deals that'll be dragging their wheels here over Cyber Week—this is essentially where gamer thrones come to live out their twilight days after Black Friday. Many of these are the same deals we saw over Cyber Monday, and though there may be a couple of new deals popping up here and there, most will peter out over this final week of discounts.

Like most years, Cyber Monday gaming chair deals have been in abundance in 2021; there are no shortages here like there are on GPUs or other fancy bits of tech. Some may yet sell out over Cyber Week, but you should be able to find deals on our recommended best gaming chairs for some time still. If you're still sitting on a creaky old office chair and wincing due to an aching butt or stiff back, you might still have time to look for an upgrade.

Below we've rounded up deals on our favorite chairs as well as some lesser-known brands. If you're not looking for supreme quality and really want the best deal you can find, we have some picks for those, too.

Whichever chair style you pick, a good one is worth the price—especially if your battlestation currently includes some horrific combo of high-spec components and a dining chair pinched from the other room. A great chair will provide a perfect base for an ergonomic gaming setup that will look after your body, too.

And don't consign yourself to the racecar bucket seat look if it's not your style. You can still be a PC gamer without a "gaming" chair, and there are plenty of office chairs to choose from. They tend to cost a bit more, but offer the best ergonomics for long hours at a desk.

Where are the best Cyber Monday gaming chair deals?

In the US:

In the UK:

Cyber Monday gaming chair deals in the US

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 Black | 4D armrests | $599 $469 at Secretlab (save $130)
This is our pick for the best gaming chair, and you'll know why once you sit in it. Or read our review. As for this specific design, it's one of the more understated of the lot. It's not as sensual to the touch as the Softweave fabric choice, but still boasts immaculately upholstered, premium quality Neo Hybrid Leatherette, and of course fantastic ergonomics. 

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 Plush Pink | 4D armrests | $619 $489 at Secretlab (save $130)
Nothing makes a statement to your streaming audience (or live-in partner) like a baby pink gaming chair, but of course there are other colours to chose from. It's a standout choice for the Softweave Plus Fabric design, and is a top tier design, pink or not.

Secretlab OMEGA 2020 Series Gaming Chair

Secretlab Omega Classic | 4D armrests | $499 $359 at Secretlab (save $140)
Wrapped in Secretlab prime 2.0 PU Leather, this Classic Omega gaming chair is the more reasonably priced choice. It may not come with magnetic headrests but it's highly adjustable, and there are more designs to choose from than with the Titan. 

$229.99

Staples Emerge Vortex | 275 lbs max | Flip-up armrests | $229.99 $129.99 at Staples (save $100)
The Emerge Vortex is an inexpensive path to a stylish gaming chair, but offers all the basics: Height and tilt adjustments, lumbar support, flip-up armrests, and a built-in headrest. And if the black-grey combo doesn't turn your crank, you can also opt for brighter blue and red accents instead.

Secret Lab Omega

Secretlab Omega SoftWeave 2020 Series | 4D armrests | $509 $389 at Secretlab (save $120)
Until the latest refresh, the Secretlab Omega was our favorite gaming chair, and it's still a great option. With a modest discount it's still not 'cheap' but this SoftWeave version is beautiful to sit on, and super comfortable too.

AKRacing Core EX-Wide in blue | 330 lbs max | 3D armrests | Neck and lumbar pillows | $369

AKRacing Core EX-Wide in blue | 330 lbs max | 3D armrests | Neck and lumbar pillows | $369 $282.99 at Amazon (save $148)
If you're after more seat for your money, the AKRacing EX-Wide delivers more space to shuffle, or to sit in a totally non-ergonomic way cross-legged, like I do. And it will cope with a lot more weight than most gaming chairs too.

Anda Seat T-Pro 2

AndaSeat T-Pro 2 and free gaming desk | 441 lbs max | 4D armrests | $949.99 $349.99 at AndaSeat (save $599.99)
This one is an incredible deal, considering the classy, supportive AndaSeat T-Pro 2 is usually around $500 all by itself. Not only is it discounted, you can add one of three gaming desks to the bundle and get both for less than $350. Oh, and two of the desks also come with cupholders and RGB... what more could you ask for?

4D armrests | $629.99

DXRacer Master | 353 lbs max | 4D armrests | $629.99 $518.89 at Walmart (save $111.10)
It's not the easiest thing to put together, but the DXRacer Master has earned a place among those on our best gaming chairs guide for a reason. It's not the cheapest option but its the most modular, highly ergonomic and we're totally convinced it could survive a nuclear blast.

$269.99

Staples Emerge Vartan | 275 lbs max | Center tilt | $269.99 $169.99 at Staples (save $100)
Another lower-priced option, the Staples Emerge Vartan is an upgrade over the Vortex, with a bonded leather back and seat, a higher back, office chair-style center tilt, and adjustable lumbar support. It also comes with additional head and lumbar pillows, supports up to 275 pounds, and offers an extra color option: The Vartan is available with blue, white, red, and purple accents.

Vertagear PL1000

Vertagear PL1000 | 330 lbs max | 2D armrests | head cushion |$329.99 $279.99 at Vertagear (save $50)
This chair is a fairly simple platform, but that means you get the basics done well and none of the fluff. Head cushion, back support, and a selection of nicely stitched finishes compliment the PL1000's price.

Vertagear SL5000

Vertagear SL5000| 330 lbs max | 4D armrests | head cushion | $459.99 $389.99 at Vertagear (save $70)
The Vertagear SL5000 offers all the features you'd expect from a gaming chair at this price, and that means plenty of adjustability and style. One thing it offers that others don't, however, and it is an expensive optional extra, is RGB LED lighting around the top of the chair. I mean if that's your style, it certainly has a unique selling point. It is $239.99 on sale, though. Ouch. 

AKRacing Core Series EX-Wide Gaming Chair

AKRacing Core Series EX | 330 lbs max | 3D armrests | $479 $311.99 at Best Buy (save $167.01)
Usually almost $500, this is a hulking saving. It's not the most well padded and in full recline apparently feels a little precarious, but it's comfortable, well built, and great for wider folks.

Goplus Gaming Racing Chair w/LED|  $369.99

Goplus Gaming Racing Chair w/LED| $369.99 $209.99 at Walmart (save $160)
Let's be clear: This chair looks absolutely ridiculous, and like a lot of cheap gaming chairs it's probably not built to last. Its LED lighting is almost surely tacky as hell. But if you live for that over-the-top RGB life, by god, this is the glowy chair for you.

Dowinx Gaming Chair | retractable footrest |  $199.99

Dowinx Gaming Chair | retractable footrest | $199.99 $145.99 at Newegg (save $54)
Most gaming chairs around this price feature pretty much the same design and aesthetics, and will likely only last you a year or two before exhibiting some wear and tear. But that's why they're cheap. This Dowinx model stands out a bit with its retractable footrest, which makes it look like you could take a precarious nap at your desk in a pinch.

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Cyber Monday office chair deals in the US

Herman Miller Aeron

Herman Miller Aeron Chair | Three sizes | Adjustable arms | $1,495 $1,270.75 at Herman Miller (save $224.25)
The Aeron has long been office chair royalty. It's highly customisable, like the Embody above, but is made from lighter, mesh fabrics. It's very comfortable, too, though we do prefer the gaming stylings of the Embody as well. Still, the Aeron is a great option if you're willing to invest in your desk setup with a superb ergonomic chair.

Herman Miller Embody

Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody | 300 lbs max | 2D armrests | $1,595 $1,355.75 at Herman Miller (save $240)
Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody is a bit of a hybrid. It is one of our favorite gaming chairs, but also is almost exactly a match for the standard Embody from Herman Miller, an office hero. It has incredible back support, cooling material for active gaming positions, and a 12-year warranty. It's pricey, but worth it, and we rarely see it discounted.

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

Cyber Monday gaming chair deals in the UK

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 Stealth | 4D armrests | £499 £369 at Secretlab (save £130)
This is our pick for the best gaming chair, and you'll know why once you sit in it. Or read our review. As for this specific design, it's one of the more understated of the lot. It's not as sensual to the touch as the Softweave fabric choice, but still boasts immaculately upholstered, premium quality Neo Hybrid Leatherette, and of course fantastic ergonomics. 

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 Plush Pink | 4D armrests | £519 £389 at Secretlab (save £130)
Nothing makes a statement to your streaming audience (or live-in partner) like a baby pink gaming chair, but of course there are other colours to chose from. It's a standout choice for the Softweave Plus Fabric design, and is a top tier design, pink or not.

Razer Iskur

Razer Iskur | 4D armrests | built-in lumbar support | 136kg | £349.98 £279.99 at Ebuyer (save £69.99)
A premium chair from a trusted manufacturer, what more can you ask for. With built-in lumbar support, sturdy, adjustable armrests,  and a gorgeous snakey aesthetic, it's worth a look for that price.

Noblechairs Epic

Noblechairs Epic | 4D armrests | 120kg | £329.99 £284.99 at Overclockers (save £45)
The snazzy, and asymmetric looking Copper Edition of this top-tier gaming chair is on offer right now. For that money you get  fantastic build quality in the form of a sturdy, understated gaming chair which we gave an... epic score of 91 in our review.

Corsair T3 Rush

Corsair T3 Rush | 4D armrests | memory foam | 120kg | £249.99 £199.98 at Amazon (save £50.01)
One of our favourite gaming chairs here, and all three style options are down to the discounted price right now on Amazon. For that price you get memory foam goodness and soft, breathable fabric for your botty.

Nitro Concepts S300 Fabric Gaming Chair

Nitro Concepts S300 | 3D armrests | 135kg | £234.95 £199.99 at Overclockers (save £34.96)
So it's not the most money saved ever, but here's a gaming chair with a lot going for it for the money, even before it went on sale. It's a good build quality, if a little more rattly than some of our favourites. Still, it's a cozy, comfy chair with good ergonomics so it's worth a look.

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Cyber Monday office chair deals in the UK

SecretLab NeueChair Ergonomic Office Computer Chair

Secretlab NeueChair| 3D armrests | 110kg | £529 £479 at Secretlab (save £50)
This is our favourite office chair at PC Gamer, and is perfect if you prefer functionality over flash—though it's still pretty stylish. It's easy to assemble, extremely adjustable, and £50 off makes it all the more tempting. 

Herman Miller Aeron

Herman Miller Aeron Chair | Three sizes | Adjustable arms | £1,112 £945.20 at Herman Miller (save £166.80)
The Aeron has long been office chair royalty. It's highly customisable, like the Embody, but is made from lighter, mesh fabrics. It's very comfortable, too, though we do prefer the gaming stylings of the Embody as well. Still, the Aeron is a great option if you're willing to invest in your desk setup with a superb ergonomic chair.

Herman Miller Embody

Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody | 300 lbs max | 2D armrests | £1,375 £1,083.75 at Herman Miller (save £191.25)
Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody is a bit of a hybrid. It is one of our favorite gaming chairs, but also is almost exactly a match for the standard Embody from Herman Miller, an office hero. It has incredible back support, cooling material for active gaming positions, and a 12-year warranty. It's pricey, but worth it, and we rarely see it discounted.

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

What should I look for in a Cyber Monday gaming chair deal?

Go for durability first, because no one want's to be splashing out for a new chair every Cyber Monday. That and support—great ergonomics is always worth paying attention to as it'll save a lot of physical pain down the line.

Lumbar support and adjustable arm rests are the main features that'll give you the support you need. When you're typing or WSADing at a desk, those elbows need to be raised just so. Neck pillows and adjustable head rests will also work to your advantage, and make sure the chair you have your eye on will fit your frame too... Nothing worse than realizing you've bought kiddy furniture for your adult ass. 

Filtering by chair size isn't really an option, so always check the measurements before confirming your purchase. There will be maximum height and weight recommendations for most chairs too, so now might be the time to get your tape measure out.

Dave James

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.