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Best cheap gaming chair deals in May 2022

GamesRadar logo GamesRadar 4 days ago Aleksha McLoughlin

We're nearing the end of May and the best cheap gaming chair deals just aren't letting up. This week in the US and UK, we're seeing a particular focus on the likes of Razer gaming chairs having their prices slashed, but that's far from all that's available below. 

While initially not quite as exciting as what we witnessed last month, there are options from both budget manufacturers and the best gaming chair brands on the market. We think that particular attention should be paid to the sub-$100 ergonomic gaming chairs, of which we've found some of the best for the price range below for your consideration. 

We've tried our best to bring you a balanced roundup of not just the entry-level ergonomic gaming chairs, but the particularly well-priced pedestals and rockers too from all well-known brands. Scroll down below to get some of the best cheap gaming chair deals around whether you're based in the US or the UK, there's bound to be something to suit most budgets and preferences. 

Should you want to furnish your setup in full splendor, we're also rounding up the best standing desks and the best gaming desks in the relevant buying guides to bring you as many options as possible. 

The best cheap gaming chair deals in May 2022

There's no reason why you need to splash the cash to get something functional and comfortable, as these gaming chair deals prove. Below you'll find great picks for seats to last many, many hours of gaming on. 

Cheap gaming chair deals in the US

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X Rocker Solo 2.0 | $70 $25.88 at Walmart Save $45 - As far as rocking gaming chairs go, X Rocker is certainly one of the first go-to names. You can now save just shy of half price on this model featuring a leatherette design and built-in speakers, all for under $30!  

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Homall gaming chair | $89.99 at Amazon

We think that the Homall is one of the best cheap gaming chairs around, especially at under $100. What's more, this unit features a striking visual design, with the woven black, white, and red design which we think is pretty different. Also of note, the chair is available in black and blue, too.

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X Rocker Flash 2.0 | $120 $98.99 at Best Buy

Save $21 - For just shy of $100, the X Rocker Flash 2.0 offers up a premium feature set combined with its rocker chair design. Though the discount may be minor, you're getting great sound functionality for the going rate.  

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X Rocker Lux 2.0 | $140 $111.99 at Best Buy Save $28 - If you've wanted to break away from a wired connection, this X Rocker Lux chair features Bluetooth functionality for your music, which is a decidedly rarer option at around the $110 range.

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Ktaxon racing chair | $201 $139.99 at Walmart Save $61 - If you've been after a gaming chair capable of further reclining functionality, and with an included footrest, then the Ktaxon may be the model for you. With over $60 off the MSRP taking this unit down to well below $150, this is well worth considering.

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Respawn 110 Pro | $230 $169 at Amazon Save $61 - This is the lowest price that we're able to verify on the Respawn 110 Pro and a stellar overall rate for a gaming chair of this quality from a trusted brand. This model looks particularly striking with the black-on-black decals, too.

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Hbada Ergonomic | $209.99 at Amazon It's one of the more well-reviewed gaming chairs on Amazon and it's not hard to see why. Featuring an aggressive racing style design, and a high back, the Hbada Ergonomic is all you need.

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Razer Iskur X | $400 $249.99 at Best Buy

This is the lowest price that we've been able to verify on the Razer Iskur X, which is one of the best gaming chairs on the market. For the $250 mark, this is a great price on a fully featured, premium model even in 2022.

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Cheap gaming chair deals in the UK

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ADX Rocker Crash Bandicoot Edition | £34.97 at Currys This is an absolute bargain price for a branded rocking gaming chair featuring the likes of Crash Bandicoot's Aku Aku. If you're in the market for an affordable gaming chair that's perfect for young people, you cannot go too far wrong with this one for just over the £30 price range.

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Hbada Ergonomic | £106 £99.99 at Amazon While far from the deepest discount we've observed on the Hbada ergonomic gaming chair, this could very well be the lowest listing price yet. A perennially popular model, at under the £100 mark, there isn't much more you could want from a budget gaming chair in this price range.

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ADX Champion Gaming Chair | £140 £130 at Currys

While only a slight saving, this ADX Champion model is still incredibly competitive for the asking price at well under the £150 mark. If you've been in the market for a budget chair from an established brand then this one has you covered.

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Razer Tarok Pro | £249 £219 at Currys

This Razer gaming chair is a perfect middle ground solution between the company's budget and flagship models. You're getting the same color scheme and build quality that the brand is known for combined with an adjustable level of support all for the £220 mark.

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Razer Tarok Ultimate | £279 £249 at Currys

Bridging the gap between the Tarok line and the price of the Iskur line, the Tarok packs in a premium feature set and signature style at the £250 mark worth highlighting.

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Razer Iskur | £500 £279.99 at Amazon

Save £220 - This is the cheapest price we've found on the Razer Iskur at Amazon, and exceptional value for anyone after a premium gaming chair from a known and trusted brand for less.

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Where to find the best cheap gaming chair deals

Considering just how many cheap gaming chair deals are available online, we thought it best to round up where to find the best deals at major retailers, and what to expect from each. 

US retailers

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Amazon

The world's largest online retailer has a vast array of both cheap and premium gaming chairs for you to choose from. It's worth stating that the overall selection can be a little dicey in places; this is due to no-name makes or questionable star ratings. It's important to be hawk-eyed to ensure you're getting a quality product.  View Deal

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Best Buy Best Buy has a varied selection of gaming chairs with brands such as AKRacing and Arozzi which are all of a high standard. Products are often on sale, too, with that distinctive red banner at the bottom right. View Deal

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Walmart

There's a whole lost of different gaming chairs available at Walmart, as has been made apparent from some inclusions in our roundup. Indeed, that's very much the tip of the iceberg as far as the budget options are concerned. If you're after something for around the $100 mark, you'll be more than happy with what's here.

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UK retailers

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Amazon

As may be expected from the UK's version of the world's largest online retailer; there's a whole host of both budget and high end gaming chairs available. Just keep in mind to read the reviews on names you might not be familiar with.

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Very

You can find some of the best gaming chair brands around at Very right now; everything from Andaseat and BraZen to X Rocker and Trust have been well stocked up. You can be sure to find chairs to suit most budgets.  View Deal

Currys

Surprisingly, this tech-focused retailer has what could be the largest selection out of all the brick and mortar/online hybrid stores. What's more, pretty much everything from Corsair, Razer and Noble Chairs to ADX and X Rocker are covered. If you're after something specific, you can be sure to find it. View Deal

Cheap gaming chair deals - top brands

While these brands don't necessarily make cheap gaming chair deals, you can still find regular discounts and make savings on more premium options here. 

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Secretlab There's a reason why Secretlab chairs are frequently top of the best gaming chairs list; with many models tending to receive highly recommended review rankings. In short, the company makes excellent gaming chairs for the money in a variety of styles and colors for all shapes and sizes. View Deal

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Andaseat We've had a lot of great things to say about this brand over the years. One thing that's always been consistent with Andaseat gaming chairs is their solid build quality and sense of style. View Deal

Cheap gaming chair deals under $200

Cheap gaming chairs under $200 have proven themselves to be a suitable middle ground between budget and entry-level options. It's now entirely possible to enjoy a premium build quality and a suite of features for a more-than-fair rate in 2022. 

There are a few brands that you won't find in the cheap gaming chairs under $200 roundup, however; don't expect the likes of Secretlab or Razer to appear below. But that doesn't mean you can't find a stellar-looking, and functional, seat for gaming without breaking the bank. 

You ideally always want to look for a gaming chair that features steel frame construction and either high-density foam or bonded leather for a greater lifespan; these models are very much built to last.

We've had a lot of good things to say about the BraZen Puma in the past for its premium construction and ease of assembly. As far as cheap gaming chairs under $200 go, there really isn't much more that you can ask for from it for its modest $190 price tag. 

As with many other mid-range gaming chairs in this roundup, it's made of synthetic leather, but benefits from a mesh construction as opposed to an encompassing foam which makes it, ultimately, more comfortable than some more premium options you can get your hands on today. 

It's in the ease of the setup that this cheap gaming chair under $200 comes into its own, though, as we've definitely had our struggles when assembling much pricier models in the past. 

If you're looking for something sturdy and supportive that won't cost a bomb, then the BraZen Puma is hard to beat given all it offers. 

The Respawn 110 comes in at just under the $200 mark and offers functionality that some of the major players don't include, such as an adjustable footrest and further reclining functionality. What this means is that you can kick back in front of your setup no matter whether you're watching movies or gaming.

This gaming chair under $200 doubles as a fairly snazzy office chair too, with its understated visual design and bonded leather wrap-around. And while it's available in varying colors, the Respawn 110  tends to cut a decent figure regardless of its trim. 

What sets it apart from the competition is the 5-year warranty and support, so you're covered in case something goes wrong with your new chair. 

The OFM ESS marries up some striking visual design and overall solid build quality for one of the more consistent gaming chairs at the $125 mark. You've got all the functionality that you would expect to find, including adjustable lumbar support and a bonded leather wrap-around for a premium look and feel - not to mention a competitive price. 

While there are no standout features here, the OFM ESS is available in a vast array of colors in its rather clean-cut style, including red, black, blue, green, white, and more, so you have a great selection of styles to choose from to suit your home office or gaming setup. 

While the brand is more established for its rocking pedestal gaming chairs, as its name would imply, X Rocker's office-style Vortex model is a more traditional office-style unit aimed predominantly at Esports gamers and a teenage audience. This is achieved through the included high-density foam lumbar and headrest cushions which aid long play sessions. 

One small addition that we're fond of is the metal caster wheels, which means the chair should roll freely on both carpet and hardwood flooring alike, which we cannot say for certain when it comes to more expensive gaming chairs that we've used this year. What's more, the X Rocker Vortex has a 160-degree reclining angle, so you can kick back further than most would allow. 

There's no accounting for taste, but we think that the Homall S-racer looks particularly fetching with its embroidered back design and multi-color aesthetics. It's also adorned with prominent colored stitching all around the edges and lengths of it, which is a noteworthy touch we have enjoyed in more expensive chairs in the past.

The racing-style seat here ensures that you're suitably secure without the feeling of being hemmed in, or pinched in the sides, which would otherwise prove uncomfortable over long periods. 

The Homall S-racer is also forged from a 1.8mm steel frame and high-density foam over synthetic leather, meaning it should last through many play sessions to come. Given that this chair retails for around $100, there isn't much more you can ask from it for the money. 

Now, if you're more interested in getting the best gaming chair deals on the more traditional high-end models (as made by Secretlab, Razer, Corsair, Andaseat, etc.) then these are the best deals on some of our favorite models around.

Latest gaming chair prices - pedestals & rockers

We've mostly been focusing on the office/ergonomic style gaming chairs. That's not to say we don't have good things to say about pedestals, too. If you mostly play on console, or prefer something with a little more action to it, here are some of the best deals on some truly rocking pedestal gaming chairs.

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