Best Prime Day 2022 Gaming Chair Deals

Are you sitting comfortably? If not, perhaps Prime Day can help

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If you’re sitting uncomfortably reading this then you may have aches and pains on your mind. The right chair is always important, even if you’re just looking for a smarter seat than you currently have this Prime Day. Gaming chairs could feature prominently during the July event, and you could get some of the best prices this year. We tell you all you need to know below.

Prime Day Gaming Chair deals - Corsair T1
Corsair’s T1 Gaming Chair was discounted last Prime Day

Amazon US

  • Acethrone Gaming Chair Racing Office Computer Ergonomic Video Game Chair – Save $63
  • AutoFull Gaming Chair Racing Office Ergonomic High-Back Computer Chair – Save $114
  • AutoFull Gaming Chair Ergonomic Gamer Chair with 3D Bionic Lumbar Support – Save $50
  • RESPAWN 200 Racing Style Gaming Chair – Save $70

Amazon CA

  • AutoFull Gaming Chair Office Chair Desk Chair with Ergonomic Lumbar Support – Save $70 CAD
  • Massage Gaming Chair High Back PU Leather PC Racing Computer Desk Office Swivel Recliner – Save $57.50 CAD
  • Save 20% on selected gaming chairs – here

Amazon UK

  • Corsair T3 Rush – Polyester Fabric Gaming Chair – Save £54
  • BraZen Sentinel Elite Computer PC Office Racing Esports Gaming Chair – Save £70
  • Save up to 30% on selected gaming chairs – here

As the event is for Prime members, you will need a Prime subscription to pick up any offers you like the look of. But you can get a 30-day free trial, should you not already be signed up.

What gaming chair deals will be available On Amazon Prime Day 2022?

Previous Prime Days have seen Gaming Chair manufacturers take part with some useful discounts. You can expect us to update this page as soon as we have specifics, but the major manufacturers that have offered the best discounts before are Secretlab, DXRacer, and AutoFull.

We’ve also seen the likes of Corsair and AKRAcing provide some attractive deals on models. This time round, we expect more of the same, with the above manufacturers all contributing to Prime Day 2022 deals.

Picking the right gaming chair

The most important thing about picking a gaming chair is making sure it fits. That is that the model is suitable for your height and size.

The best gaming chair manufacturers will provide this information in the specs, but may also offer different specifications of the same chair for shorter and smaller or taller and bigger users.

Also check the chair has the posture adjustments you need, rather than a simple height setting, and that the material is what you need for best comfort. Leather or faux leather chairs can be less comfortable in hot or cold weather, but are generally easier to keep tidy.

Ultimately, if you’re going to spend years sitting on one chair, for hours at a time, you need to be comfortable doing so.

When is Amazon Prime Day 2022?

This year you’ll need to add July 12th and 13th to the calendar for Amazon Prime Day. It’s back to July for the event, which has shifted to June and even October in recent years due to supply issues and the pandemic.

Gaming chairs will likely be among the offers, as we’ve seen them appear in previous years. So, if you can’t wait until Black Friday to find a discount, Prime Day should offer some reductions to consider.

Other Best Prime Day deals

We’ll be updating all of our Prime Day deals with the offers we think are worth your time and money – checked against price histories and other retailers. Keep an eye on the pages below to find the best Prime Day deals we come across.

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