Looking for a lot of extra gee-bees on a budget for your smartphone or tablet? SanDisk's almost unnecessarily ginormous 128GB microSDXC card is on sale at both Best Buy and Amazon today for just $99.99 shipped.



Both sites do charge sales tax in most applicable states, so watch out for that, but otherwise this is the lowest price we've seen this 128GB at by a solid $20, making this a genuine article at a genuine discount. Head over to the links below to start throwing money at your screen immediately.

Amazon, Best Buy

David Ruddock
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  • Matthew Fry

    This is getting ridiculous and I love it.

  • RTWright

    Too bad Google and most OEM's are dead set against us using these....

    • spunker88

      I think we are starting to see a comeback with HTC adding microSD to the M8 and Motorola adding microSD to the Moto E and Moto G LTE. Hopefully their next flagship gets microSD as well.

      • http://www.facebook.com/lucyparanormal Daniel Tiberius

        Lg g3 as well I think.

        • AndroidUser00110001

          G3, S5 and M8 all have.

          • RTWright

            All of Samsung GS series has always had them. LG is new to this on their G3 and HTC finally added it back on the M8. But..... Our problem isn't the OEM's with this at this point. It's Google! They making it hard to properly use them. They hate them, hell they only let you format it in FAT32, which is completely outdated.

          • Maranello Santiago

            LG isn't new to it, they were one of the OEMS who stopped it, at least in the US(on their high end phones) so they're technically bringing it back too.

          • RTWright

            Does that point really matter though? No, it really doesn't when you have Google who is making it a pain in the ass to deal with microSD's in the Android system itself. Their reasoning is security for part of it, which is a pile of bs. They need to do away with FAT32 all together, it shouldn't even be present on any computer today, which is all these phones are. Windows hasn't used it in a long time, why on earth Google decided to is beyond me. But yeah, till Google stops trying to make it harder on the OEMs and Consumers alike, this wont change any time soon.

  • http://www.williamint.com William Aleman

    Still waiting for a microSD of 1TB.

    • TheFirstUniverseKing

      I dunno. If I lost that card I would be losing so much data. And as small as it is, that's a very real possibility, unless I never removed it from my phone. But it'd be nice to see microSD cards with that huge of capacity for those that do want it.

      • Kevin

        I'd rather it be a flash drive then.

  • Guest

    And only $4 for overnight shipping with Amazon. Um, sold!

  • spam lover

    free shipping to Europe as well?

  • bl_nk

    The price just went back again.

  • Lamm

    Holy s***, I didn`t eve knew there were sd cards this big!

    Can I install It in any phone or only in phones that suport the sdxc standard?

  • Maranello Santiago

    One day this might be used in my Note 3. Kick rocks, Samsung/Google.