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Amazon Gold Box Deals: SanDisk Class 10 32GB and 64GB microSD Cards on the Cheap

Amazon’s Gold Box Deal today, includes a number of SanDisk products, most notably their Class 10 32GB and 64GB microSD cards. For those of you with phones that have removable storage, upgrading to a speedier card is never a bad idea. You can nab the 32GB Class 10 card for $23 or the 64GB for $43.50. I just peaked around at a couple of sites, and these are actually solid prices. Staples wanted $129 for the 64GB card and NewEgg wanted $68.

They are also selling regular SD cards, compact flash memory cards, and some other goodies in case you have other memory needs.

Buy.

  • John

    Same price on the 32 gig in Costco. I just handled it there today.

  • James T

    Can anyone confirm a that a 64gb work on a Razr Maxx HD?

  • FortitudineVincimus

    1 64gb on the way..

  • Loota

    Admittedly your users may be using these cards for a non android device, but everything I’ve read states that lower class cards outperform class 8 or 10 for an android device. The reason being that the card is tuned for fast writes of large files. Most android users would be using the SD card for much smaller files. Now this lack of speed for a class 8 or 10 only affects smaller files so the difference in speed may be unnoticeable but why all the excitement for this card?

    • danofiveo

      The excitement, I believe is the price point. This past summer before going on vacation, I purchased a Class 10 32 GB PNY card for $39.99 at Best Buy. I normally would have shopped around online, but I was short on time. This 64 GB card is a bargain in comparison.

      • Trevor

        Nearly anything online is a bargain compared to Worst Buy.

  • http://www.nleomf.org/officers/ FlatFoot

    I snatched up two of each (32GB & 64GB) last time they were on Amazon Gold-Box this last August 21st. Two 32GB in older devices with 32GB max capability and one 64GB into the S3. The 2nd 64GB I keep as a spare.

    They were $23.99 and $49.99 respectively at that time.

    They are super fast and I’ve had zero issues with them from day one. The Galaxy S3 recognized the 64Gb microSD card immediately and after it was done formatting and whatnot I had 60GB ‘available space’. I have 30GB of mp3’s on it alone. Not to mention about 10GB of video and pics. It hasn’t slowed one bit as far as I can tell with about 20GB more free space to spare.

    This is a great deal on excellent microSD cards.

  • AnotherAndroidKid

    I grabbed one of each. Wife’s Rezound says 32 only…

  • http://profiles.google.com/jubakuba Kit Tihonovich

    What’s the point. We’re not allowed to have SD cards anymore…
    =[

    • Trevor

      I’m not happy about that either, as far as Nexuses go anyway.

  • http://www.facebook.com/DocHollywood366 Mike Skierski

    grabbed two, one for my s3 and the other for my future archos gamepad!

  • Greg

    Thanks, just bought the 64Gb for my the RAZR Maxx HD I am getting soon. i might also use this card for the new GoPro 3 I plan on getting later this year.

  • jnt

    I don’t know if I had bad luck or not, but I bought one of these the last time around and had nothing but problems with it, in multiple devices, not just one. For no reason at all, things would be deleted into the “lost directory”, files would get corrupted, the phones really seemed to simply *not* like the card. Again, maybe I’m an isolated example, but FWIW…

    • jnt

      And it was 32gb, not 64.

      • http://twitter.com/petekuhn peter kuhn

        funny.. i got 2 different bunk Sandisk (class 4, admittedly) 32G cards for wife’s Razr M.. neither work in her phone or my Bionic. Not sure i’d trust these cards either.

  • JOhnPA2006

    I ordered a 64gb for my Verizon GS3, I can use my 32gb on other devices easily.
    awesome deal,

  • MooleyBooleyTroll

    I am upset now.. I ordered a 64GB on Friday :(

    • http://twitter.com/darrylzuk Darryl Zuk

      Contact Amazon customer service. They are top notch.

      • Tyler Chappell

        I ordered the 32GB microSD on Oct 9th for $29.15. Is that too long ago for them to do anything about it? Or is it safe being within 2 weeks?
        Nevermind, probably out of luck, no biggie though:
        “With the exception of TVs, we do not offer post-order price matching when an item’s price drops after you buy it. Our prices regularly change, and the price you paid when your order shipped was the lowest price we were able to offer at the time. We consistently offer competitive prices on everything we carry because we know low prices are very important to our customers.”

        • http://twitter.com/darrylzuk Darryl Zuk

          I’ve read one too many story on Reddit where they haven’t adhered to that policy to say it’s not worth at least contacting them.

  • sporty

    Thanks for the info! Just got the 64gb for my Razr Maxx. Double the capacity of what I had. Cannot beat the price!

  • Trueblue711

    Does a faster memory card really make that much of a difference for taking photos? I thought it only mattered if you had a professional digital camera.

  • Derek

    In for 1 – thanks!

  • Gage

    I use a 64 gig on my DROID Bionic

  • TheDrunkenClam

    Will the nexus 10 have an SD slot? What about an HDMI output? I want both of these features.

    • EvanTheGamer

      It better!

    • Big_EZ

      I can almost say absolutly not, but I do hope for at least a microSD card slot in future Nexus devices. To date Google has never let a Nexus device have a microSD slot.

      • JJ VanKomen

        Nexus one had a microSD slot

        • Big_EZ

          Your right, I wasn’t around then so I never think of that one.

        • http://twitter.com/kanagadeepan Kanaga Deepan N

          Its actually exFAT file system that can handle >32GB disk and Micro$oft is holding the patent for the File System… It can handle >4GB files.. And this patent is the main reason, why Google is NOT including SD slots in its recent Nexus lines of devices… In NexusOne days thers no 64GB cards and no worry about exFAT patents…

  • Michael_NM

    This will be perfect for my Nexus 7. Oh wait…

    • mustbepbs

      Actually it is perfect for the N7 if you use USB OTG.

  • Meticode

    I don’t see why the S3 wouldn’t be compatible with 64GB (I know it is) because the HTC Rezound can use them as well and the device is almost a year old.

  • jzwerlz43

    literally just ordered a new sd card on amazon last night…..time to go and cancel the order and get one of these!!! lol

    • Futbolrunner

      I just bought one off amazon on friday and it already shipped. Womp!

      • jzwerlz43

        so did mine i was too late with my cancelation request -__- so im going to just order the 32gb ultra sd card and return the other one

  • Eric the Read

    Should I get a 64Gb before I get my Galaxy Note 2? hmmmm

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Well… yes… since the price may not be this low when you do get your bad boy.

  • Jacob Lechlak

    How will most phones handle the 64GB card? From some of the amazon comments it looks like there is a utility that will format the 64GB card so Android can see it? Anyone with experience in this? I’ve always 32GB cards with no issues. In particular, I have the RAZR HD.

    • Big_EZ

      Works fine In my RAZR Maxx, so I’m sure you wouldn’t have any problems.

      • Jacob Lechlak

        sweet thanks. just for the hell of it i ordered both lol if it don’t work i’ll return it. thanks for the input!

    • JJ VanKomen

      What utility are you talking about?

  • HerroMoto

    wow Amazon really screws you on Shipping and Handling… 8 bucks to ship an SD card….

    • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

      not for me, Free two day shipping with Prime baybee!! ; D

      • OhAaron

        I have prime too! I literally buy everything through Amazon now. As a college student, it’s really nice not to have to drive to the store & everything is cheaper on Amazon anyways. Even my toiletries..

        • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

          exactlyyyy! ha and you know everybody can always use more of those.

      • moelsen8

        prime is like the best thing ever. i’m still on the 3-month promotion i got.. and it’s gonna suck to pay $70-whatever when it’s up, but i’m probably going to do it. it’s awesome if you shop on amazon a lot.

      • http://twitter.com/davidbavin David Bavin

        I’d probably get prime if it wasn’t for Amazon charging stupid tax! Have to buy from other sellers ALWAYS now

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      OR… You can add something that costs 2$ and get free shipping. 25$ or more gets you free shipping. Use to your advantage.

    • EvanTheGamer

      What’chu talkin’ ’bout, Willis?

      There’s actually “Super Saver” shipping available(just selected it), shipping is now free. It’s available if you have $25 or over worth of items in your shopping cart.

  • Brandal Wagener

    Just ordered a 64 for my Galaxy Note 2! Now I need to see how many movies I can cram on there

  • r0lct

    Can’t wait to get one for my Gnex, no wait my N7, oh, never mind. /s

  • schmaltzy

    Can the S3 take a 64?

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Yep, Samsung devices are some of the few that can handle 64.

      • Joey T

        I heard some folks had issues with 64GB in Note 2 unless formatted FAT32 but then you lose benefit of large files (>4GB).

        • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

          I already currently use a 64GB microSDXC card on my GS3 with absolutely no issues. Ordered another 64GB card just now, too good a price to pass up!

        • http://twitter.com/kanagadeepan Kanaga Deepan N

          Its actually exFAT file system and Micro$oft is holding the patent for the File System… It can handle >4GB files.. And this patent is the main reason, why Google is NOT including SD slots in its recent Nexus lines of devices…

      • Droidzilla

        I hear RAZR owners (not the HD) are having no issue with 64GB cards, too. Have yet to try it myself, though.

        • http://twitter.com/droidxethan Ethan farmer

          alot of razr m users have the 64gb card. Seems to be working fine

      • Big_EZ

        Actually most devices can, they just don’t promte it. My old Droid X was compatable as well as a few low end android phones on gingerbread.

        • T4rd

          Indeed. I’m pretty sure I remember people in forums reporting that they’re using 64GB SD cards in their OG Droids with no issues. I would think almost any phone would support them if that’s the case.