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Deal: Select Kingston SD Cards and USB Drives up to 65% off on Amazon

If you’ve just purchased an HTC One (M8) or Samsung Galaxy S5, it may be worth stocking up on MicroSD cards in case you ever run low on system storage space. Today’s Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day is on Kingston storage devices, some discounted more than 65% to prices you likely won’t see too often.

Some of the standout items participating in the sale include 32 and 64-gigabyte Class 10 UHS-1 MicroSD cards priced at $15.99 and $34.99, respectively. There are also seemingly-ridiculous deals on regular SD cards, but these likely stay discounted for long periods of time anyway.

If you were looking for a terabyte-capacity USB drive, you’ll save a mere $1,410.01, which may be enough to get you to purchase the item.

All the deals mentioned, plus more, can be found at the source link below.

Amazon Link

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  • mcdonsco

    Holy crap! A $900 USB flash drive!!!

    Now I’ve seen it all!

  • Chris

    I tend to trust scandisk more.

  • Godzilla

    Kingston sucks, every one of their cards i had failed in less than a year. Sandisk FTW.

    • Justin Larmay

      I had a sandisk card in my gs3. Went on vacation and when I went to listen to my music that i had on the SD card it was just empty. Thanks for a horrible 5 hour flight sandisk.

      • Chris

        sounds more of an error on your end

      • Kevin

        Don’t forget to eject properly.

    • Daistaar

      What I wouldn’t give to see Godzilla holding and inserting a MicroSD card into a device…

  • Justin Larmay

    Just bought a Samsung sd card yesterday from amazon for my s5. Read the reviews on these cards and their not very good. Guess I’ll stick with the one I ordered.

    • Adrynalyne

      I had a Samsung card die on me the third day of use.

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  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    No 128GB SD? Get your life together Kingston.

  • evan brown

    If you pay $2000 for 1TB offline, you really need to discover cloud storage options

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      • Chris

        Then why own a smartphone?

    • hkklife

      Just think that barely a decade ago the first 1GB SD cards were released and they were very slow, not widely supported and cost in excess of $500.

      • mcdonsco

        What always gets me is that my current phone is about 100 times more powerful (cpu, memory and storage capacity) then my first desktop back in the Win95 days.

        Almost wish I could hook this thing up to a monitor mouse and keyboard, install Win95 and play some old school quake just for shlts and giggles.

      • Christian Brigham

        Actually, a decade ago the biggest card you could get was 128 MB. And when the first 2 GB card came out just two years later, it was only 99 bucks.

        • hkklife

          No, I distinctly remember having 256MB card in my Panasonic Lumix in 2004 . Now, it was an ADATA or PQI card that died pretty quickly and I had to replace it with a pricier but reliable Sandisk but they were out. 2GB cards took a while to appear after the 1GB threshold had been broken, however.