Black Friday Oculus VR deal: Get a free VR mat with Supernatural subscription

If you purchase a year of the popular Supernatural VR fitness service for Quest, you get a free VR mat, a $42 value.

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Supernatural is a popular VR fitness app for Meta's Quest. 

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Supernatural is sort of the virtual reality version of the Peloton for the Quest and Quest 2. There's no virtual bike or treadmill involved, but it's a VR fitness app that features new trainer-guided workout routines every day and requires you to pay a monthly fee of $19 or $179 annually. Now through Nov. 29, if you ante up for a year of Supernatural, you'll get a VR mat valued at $42.

Owning a mat is good because it provides some padding for your feet during VR workouts and also sets a boundary that you can feel (the mat is raised a bit off the floor so you can sense when you're stepping off it and know to re-center yourself). While the offer states the mat is a $42 value, everything on the Supernatural site is on sale for Black Friday, including Supernatural T-shirts, water bottles and other items like the aforementioned VR mat (it's discounted to $29). 

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The newly renamed Meta (previously Facebook) recently acquired Within, the company that makes the Supernatural app. The app uses video avatars of instructors in combination with motion-tracked workout routines -- boxing was just added -- to deliver one of the best fitness experiences on the Quest 2. There's a free trial available and a companion app for iOS and Android. 

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