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Snatch this SanDisk Ultra 256GB microSD card for just $29, its lowest price ever

Even though our phones' internal storage capacity is increasing, so are file sizes. This is why we may sometimes need a little extra space, and MicroSD cards are a convenient way of achieving this. In case you're looking for one, SanDisk's 256GB A1-rated Ultra card is down to $29 on Amazon, instead of its usual $39.

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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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SanDisk Extreme MicroSD cards available for all-time low prices (up to $250 off)

Current microSD cards have become unbelievable dense and cheap compared to earlier models, and during Black Fridays, they become even more affordable. The same is true for SanDisk's new Extreme series, consisting of variants ranging from 32GB to 1TB. Most of them are at all-time lows this Thanksgiving, and you can even purchase them in a bundle with a card reader at Amazon. For example, you can get the 1TB for only $200 ($250 off), which is a significant saving even compared to an earlier deal from a fortnight ago.

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SanDisk 1TB microSD card drops to $300, the lowest it's ever been

Whether you need a new MicroSD card to store ultra high-quality videos or large files, SanDisk has got you covered with its 1TB Extreme MicroSDXC card. It offers outstanding performance and traditionally sells for $450. However, thanks to a markdown on Amazon, you can now get it for just $300.

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(Update: It's back) Today only, pick up a 512GB SanDisk microSD card for a new low of $80

Terabyte microSD cards, incredible though they are, are still wildly expensive. For us mere mortals, the next best thing — 512 gigabytes — is much more attainable. That's especially true today: you can snap up a 512-gig card for just 80 bucks from Amazon or B&H.

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The PNY Elite-X 64GB microSD card is on sale for $13 (57% off) on Amazon, 32GB for $9

Most current phones come with a decent amount of onboard storage. However, media files and apps are also increasingly heavier, meaning you can quickly run out of space on your device. Thankfully, a wide range of handsets and tablets have a microSD slot to accommodate for extra storage. If you're looking for one, you're in luck, as PNY's 32GB and 64GB microSDXC cards are discounted on Amazon, selling for $9 and $13, respectively.

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Save up to 24% on Samsung microSDXC Evo Select memory cards, starting at just $6

Although removable SD card storage is no longer as prevalent across the Android ecosystem as it once was, most OEMs still support it. Quite a few Chromebooks on the market today also lean on expandable storage, not to mention many other products like digital cameras, select game consoles, and some Windows laptops. If you're in the market for extra removable storage, you should check out these Samsung microSDXC Evo Select memory cards for up to 24% off on Amazon.

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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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Grab a SanDisk 512GB A1 microSD card for less than $90

If your phone has the appropriate slot, MicroSD cards are a convenient way to expand your device's internal memory or transfer files to another handset. They might seem expensive, but you can snatch a Sandisk 512GB card for less than $90 thanks to this deal.

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Samsung 'Moving On' from old iPhone attack ads after Galaxy Note10 debuts without headphone jack

If the pot calls the burning kettle black, then later finds itself on top of the same fire, is it ethical to take that insult back? Starting in 2017, Samsung aired advertisements calling Apple out for not including useful technologies such as the headphone jack on their phones and inviting iPhone owners to switch to Galaxy. In 2019, the Korean manufacturer released its first major phones, the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, without said headphone jack. And so, it was determined, Samsung had to pull those old ads off of the internet.

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