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Save up to 15% on select SanDisk MicroSDXC UHS-I memory cards on Amazon, today only

Expandable storage has consistently pushed into more affordable territory over the last decade, and with the occasional discount popping up here and there, it's easy to save on some pretty potent memory. Today only, you can grab a new SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC UHS-I microSD card in 200GB, 400GB, and 512GB options for up to 15% off at Amazon.

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SanDisk's 400GB Extreme MicroSD card drops to $73, the lowest it's ever been

If you need to store heavy files like HD movies and photos, a MicroSD card is a convenient way to carry these with you without breaking the bank. SanDisk's 400GB Extreme MicroSD lets you do just that without breaking the bank, as its price just dropped to an all-time low of $73.

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SanDisk's 256GB A2 microSD card is just $40 ($5 off) for today only

Do you need a little extra storage in your phone, tablet, Nintendo Switch, or other microSD-enabled device? If so, you might be interested to hear that the 256GB SanDisk Extreme card is just $39.99 on Amazon, a $5 drop from the previous price, and an all-time low. Other capacities are also on sale.

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PNY's 256GB Elite-X microSD card is just $27 ($13 off) on Amazon

There was a period of time when we thought the microSD slot was about to disappear from flagship smartphones, but luckily, it's made a comeback. PNY's 256GB Elite-X microSD card is currently just $26.99 from Amazon, making it a cheap way to add storage to your mobile devices. Other sizes are discounted as well.

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Grab a SanDisk 400GB A2 microSD card for its lowest price yet of $85

We know how commoditized the microSD card market is at the moment. Frankly speaking, if you need to just store things forever, a drawer full of cards might be good and cheap enough for your parents to care for. But if you're actively using them in your cameras and computers, you'll probably want to invest a little bit more. The good news is that you can get a SanDisk 400GB Extreme card for just a little cheaper than usual right now.

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SanDisk 512GB Extreme microSD card falls to all-time low of $130 ($70 off) on Amazon

While cloud storage may be all the rage these days, local storage is only getting cheaper and more abundant. Case in point: SanDisk's A2-rated 512GB Extreme microSD card is just $129.99 on Amazon right now, its lowest price ever. That's a lot of storage for such a small card.

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Samsung 512GB microSD card drops to $90 ($110 off) on Amazon

If you're looking to extend your device's storage space, here's an exciting deal for you: Samsung's 512GB EVO Select microSD card just dropped to $90, down from the initial $199 MSRP. The card had already been as low as $100 back in May, but it's now available for $10 less.

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Samsung EVO Select 256GB microSD card with U3 rating drops to $40, 128GB to $20

Samsung is one of the best and most-respected names in the storage biz. It's probably among the most friendly companies to storage addicts; the Galaxy S10, for instance, is offered with 1TB of storage and a microSD slot. The company's U3-rated EVO Select 256GB microSD card is currently just $40, with the 128GB version available for $20.

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You can now buy the world's first 1TB microSD card for the low price of $450

The march of technological process stops for no one. Not only have prices for microSD cards fallen significantly over the past year you can now get a 16GB card for the price of a meal at McDonalds — but more capacities are coming available. SanDisk teased the world's first 1TB microSD card earlier this year, and now it's finally shipping to buyers.

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Samsung's 512GB microSD card drops to a staggering $100 ($100 off) on Amazon

Here's an insane discount for those of you in need of a ton of local storage on your devices: Samsung's 512GB EVO Select microSD card has fallen to a stupidly low $99.99 — a full $100 off MSRP. This is by far the best deal on a 512GB microSD card we've seen.

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