Take $25 off a Secretlab's gaming chair or up to $80 off when you buy two

Secretlab Omega
Secretlab Omega

The Secretlab Valentine's Day gaming chair sale is happening right now. You can save $25 on a single chair or up to $80 on two chairs with $25 off each plus an extra $30 taken off automatically during checkout. The sale does not apply to certain versions, specifically the G2 chairs, OG, or the Birds of Prey editions. Any other chair can take advantage of the savings, though. Your chair is gauranteed to be shipped out today if you order within the next eight hours, so you'll get it sooner than later. The shipping is free, too.

For example, the Omega 2020 chair is normally a $359 chair. With this sale, it's down to $334. If you add two of them to your cart, you'll get both for $638 instead of $718. Don't have a gamer sitting next to you? Time to team up with a homie and go in on this sale together!

The Omega 2020, like many of the Secretlab chairs, comes with a variety of customization you can add. Get it labeled with your favorite eSports organization, like MSI or Cloud9, or your favorite video game, like Overwatch or Dota 2 (or even a Game of Thrones theme). You can also pick the best color combination.

The chair is made with Prime 2.0 PU leather, which is upholstery designed to be stronger than other versions. It is made to be flexible and durable and abrasion resistant. The padding of the chair features a cold-cure foam mix that gives you support and even benefits your posture. The chair is also covered by a five-year warranty.

The Secretlab Throne is the least expensive option in the sale, which is great if you're looking to save some money. It includes some good color options and comes packaged with a memory foam head pillow and lumbar pillow for extra support.

John Levite
J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.