The Anda Seat T-Pro 2 gaming chair was one of our top picks for the best gaming chairs we’ve tested and scored well for its premium materials, sturdy construction and supportive ergonomic shape. Now, it’s available at an even better price of just $349.99 at Anda Seat, down from $549.99.
We’re really in the thick of Black Friday deals now, but we haven’t seen many that compete with this one when it comes to the more well-known brands. At 37% off, this discount makes for a very enticing PC gaming deal.
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Today’s best Anda Seat T-Pro 2 Black Friday deals
What you might not know is that Anda Seat’s roots are in car seat production, and cites this as inspiration for its gaming chairs today – one which we felt you could definitely sense in the dense padding and design of the T-Pro 2.
While Anda Seat certainly gained some… mixed notoriety for its ever-so-slightly garish Marvel Collection, the T-Pro 2 is a much more toned-down, adaptable gaming chair which suits everything from an office environment to a gamer’s den.
Plus, opting for fabric instead of PU leather makes for a less sweaty (and thus more comfortable) gaming experience – even if it makes the seat slightly harder to clean. While the seat is typically a little more on the expensive side, retailing at $499.99, Anda Seat’s sale price knocks a hefty $200 off, so we have few qualms about recommending this as one of our Black Friday gaming chair deals – unless you’re on the shorter side, as we found in our review.
More Anda Seat T-Pro 2 deals
No matter where you live, you’ll find all the lowest prices for the Anda Seat T-Pro 2 from around the web right here, with offers available in your region.
More Black Friday deals
- Amazon: 50% off TVs, apparel, Instant Pot, and more
- Walmart: Black Friday deals on toys, Apple devices, vacuums, and TVs
- AirPods Pro: down to a record-low price of $159 at Amazon
- Adidas: 50% off sportswear and shoes
- Best Buy: up to 50% off Keurig coffee makers, 4K TVs, laptops, and more
- Cheap TVs: smart TVs from $99.99 at Amazon
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- Christmas pajamas: matching family sets from $14.99 at Amazon
- Clothing: up to 50% off coats, running shoes, and watches at Amazon
- Costco: up to $900 furniture, laptops, TVs, and jewelry
- Deals under $100: Apple pencil, earbuds, Echo Dot and Ring
- Dell: up to $700 off the XPS 13, Inspiron, and Alienware
- DIY: 40% off power tools, leaf blowers, and more at Walmart
- DreamCloud: $200 off luxury mattresses + $399 free gifts
- Frame TV: save up to $1,000 on Samsung’s Frame QLED TV
- Gifts under $30: books, toys, and cheap gift ideas at Amazon
- Home Depot: up to 40% off tools, grills, appliances, and Christmas decor
- HP: laptops starting from $199.99
- Instant Pot: from $84 at Amazon
- Keurig: up to 30% off Keurig coffee makers at Amazon
- Laptops: cheap laptop deals from $149 at Walmart
- Lowe’s: 50% off tools, appliances, and holiday decor
- Microsoft: save up to $400 on the Surface Pro 7
- Nectar Sleep: $499 off our top mattress + $399 in free gifts
- Nike: up to 40% off running shoes, hoodies, sweatpants, and more
- Nintendo Switch: latest stock updates on consoles and games
- Nordstrom: up to 40% off North Face, Adidas, UGG, Nike, and more
- Oculus Quest 2: get a $50 e-gift card at Best Buy
- Saatva: save $250 on luxury mattresses – TechRadar exclusive
- Samsung: up to $3,500 off 4K and 8K QLED TVs
- Shark vacuum: up to 40% off Shark vacs at Amazon
- Target: massive deals on TVs, toys, Dyson, Keurig, and more
- Toys: discounts on LEGO, hoverboards and Barbie at Walmart
- TVs: 4K smart TVs under $500 at Best Buy
- XPS 13 laptop: on sale for $649.99 at Dell (was $949)
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