Grab a 400GB/256GB SanDisk microSD card from Amazon and save up to $140

Grab a 400GB/256GB SanDisk microSD card from Amazon and save up to $140
If you're looking to add a bit more storage to your mobile device — if your device even allows it  — we've got a deal for you. For a limited time, Amazon has various SanDisk microSD cards on sale, including the beastly 400GB model.

Per the Amazon listing, the SanDisk Ultra 400GB micro SDXC UHS-I is now available for a palatable $109, boasting $150 in savings on the usual $250 price. When this microSD card hit storeshelves in 2017, it was the biggest one around, and although we've seen the capacity increase since then, this 56% discount on SanDisk's 400GB is still quite the sweet deal for those looking to double, triple, or quadruple their phone's storage.

But if 400GB (plus whatever your device's default ROM provides) seems like overkill, perhaps you should consider the SanDisk Ultra 256GB microSDXC, which is now going for $55, instead of the regular $78. And if that's too much as well, then there's the 200GB option, which is down to $41 from the usual price of $51. If, by any chance, you want even less storage, check out the other SanDisk deals that cover everything from the company's tiny 8GB card, up to the $400GB monster.

Before you jump the gun and hand over your hard-earned cash, though, do make certain that the gadget you intend to kit out with this microSD can actually make use of it. Some devices, particularly older / lower-end models, are not designed to handle newer, higher-capacity microSDs.

SanDisk microSD card deals on Amazon



1. rsiders

Posts: 2018; Member since: Nov 17, 2011

Man these prices are crazy good!


Posts: 2817; Member since: Oct 03, 2012

Too bad 4k recording not supported.

3. OneLove123

Posts: 1268; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

I'm happy with my 750GB Note 9.

4. droiduh

Posts: 101; Member since: Jun 04, 2015

Might be a bit cheaper on Black Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Monday.

5. michaelny2001

Posts: 348; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

better to have a larger SSD than those. when they crash, they're done.

6. saboken

Posts: 4; Member since: Nov 11, 2018

Very true! A SSD is much more reliable! And if it does (SSD) fail you still have a chance of recovering some Data SD cards tend to leave you with nothing also SSD's are much cheaper per gig than a SD card! I have several SSD drives in external enclosures with USB 3 and ESata connections ESata is super fast no SD can touch it! I use them to store my Drone and DSLR data as soon as possible after shooting never lost a Photo or Video yet! :)

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