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Get this budget-friendly gaming chair for under $100

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With the holidays fast approaching, Newegg has a load of deals going on—handy if you're looking around for some last-minute gift ideas. And while a brand new gaming chair might be a bit too big for a stocking filler, we think the prices make these Homall gaming chairs well worth a look.

Homall is currently offering the white variation of its racing-style ergonomic gaming chair for just $89.99, which saves you $110 off the list price. While we haven't personally tested it yet, it has all the staples we've come to expect in a great gaming chair: a freely adjustable lumbar support, headrest pillow, and the usual swivel and tilt function. It is also built for individuals with larger frames with its tall backrest. The entire thing supports up to 300 pounds, too.

While your chair may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about your PC set-up but if you spend a lot of time hunched over your keyboard, it's worth considering the type of chair you're entrusting with the health of your back, both for your immediate comfort and your long-term posture.

Homall Gaming Chair racing style high-back (white) | $89.99 (save $110)

Homall Gaming Chair racing style high-back (white) | $89.99 (save $110)
Get comfy with freely adjustable lumbar support, headrest pillow, and a swivel and tilt function.

If you prefer a different color, Amazon has a red version on sale for $129.99. Stock is limited, but it's nearly $10 cheaper than the red version on Newegg.

Sarah's earliest gaming memories involve playing Jet Set Willy on the ZX Spectrum at a friend's house. These days, and when not writing guides, most of her spare time goes into MMOs—though she's quite partial to JRPGs too. She has spent much of the last decade playing the likes of Star Wars: The Old Republic, TERA, Final Fantasy 14, and World of Warcraft. Sarah has been writing about games for several years and, before joining PC Gamer, freelanced for the likes of TechRadar, GamingBible, and Rock Paper Shotgun. One of her fondest hopes is to one day play through the ending of Final Fantasy X without breaking down into a sobbing heap. She probably has more wolves in Valheim than you.