Yesterday, we reminded you that it might be time to stock up on microSD cards, since we are less than a week away from hearing about this year’s flagships, all of which are expected to support expandable storage. If you held out from yesterday’s deal, you have another chance today at even more storage. The SanDisk 200GB microSD card has dropped to $89.95 for the day, which as far as we can tell, is the lowest price yet.
The 200GB card from SanDisk arrived at last year’s MWC with a retail price of around $240. In less than a year, we have seen the price drop regularly to around the $100 mark. But again, $90 is the lowest to date and shouldn’t be slept on if you need this much expandable storage.
Rumors are pointing towards the Galaxy S7 having a microSD slot, so if you are planning to make it your next phone (even though you know nothing official about it), it’s time to stock up on expandable storage. Today, in a deal running over at eBay, you can pick-up a 2-pack of SanDisk 128GB microSD cards for just $89.99.
These cards, by themselves, used to carry price tags of $100 or more. In recent weeks, we have seen the everyday price come down, with the current individual card price at Amazon hovering right around the $50 mark. Should you take this deal because you plan on loading up a couple of phones with expandable storage, you are saving $10 or so. Oh, free shipping is included. (more…)
Forget yesterday’s deal that we posted for SanDisk microSD cards. Today, their 200GB card has dropped to just $99 at Amazon. That’s a good $150 off.
If you happen to have a phone that supports 200GB of removable storage, now is the time grab the biggest card available at its lowest price ever.
Here come the deals!
Today, Amazon is running one of its typical memory discounts, with SanDisk at the helm. You can grab their memory products for up to 60% off, which includes 200GB and 128GB microSD cards. The 128GB card has now dropped to $44.99, while the 200GB is now just $134.99.
The deal also includes thumb drives, full sized memory cards, and solid state drives, all of which have Prime shipping.
UPDATE: 200GB card dropped to $99 today.
Amazon’s deal of the day happens to be another massive discount on SanDisk storage products. We’re talking up to 60% off on everything from microSD cards to thumb and flash drives to solid state hard drives. These happen every so often, but they are always worth a look. Whether you have a new phone that needs additional storage or are building a computer and need a new-school hard drive, these deals offer great values.
Our favorite deals of the bunch are the deeply discounted 200GB microSD card for $149, 32GB class 10 microSD card for $10.99 (!!!), and the 960GB solid state drive for $255.
These deals are only good for today.
Still own a phone that has a microSD card slot and are in need of some storage? You might want to consider the deal running over at Amazon for the next few days that features a SanDisk 128GB microSD card for just $59.99. These cards typically retail for around $100, so you are looking at a solid 40% discount.
The card comes with an adapter, 48MB/s read speeds, and Prime shipping, for those who are members.
The deal is live until August 29.
Remember SanDisk’s sort-of-insane 200GB microSD card that became available a couple of weeks ago? We are about to save one of you $240, thanks to SanDisk, who has offered up a 200GB card as a giveaway prize to one of our readers. (more…)
Back in March, days after Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 without an expandable storage slot, SanDisk unveiled its new 200GB microSD card. They told us at the time to expect the “world’s highest capacity” card at some point in Q2 of this year. Well, here we are in Q2 and the card is available at retailers like Amazon.
Of course, this much storage will cost you. The price was supposed to start around $399, but Amazon has the little guy for $240. I don’t know that I would call that a “deal,” though that’s much easier to swallow than the original price quote.
With a card like this, you could technically hold up to 20 hours of full HD video or transfer 1,200 photos in a minute with theoretic speeds of 90MB/s.
Amazon Link ($240)