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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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Grab a SanDisk Extreme 512GB A2 microSD card for just $110 at Amazon, an all-time low

SanDisk is well-known for its high-performance and premium lines of microSD cards. Trusted by many, its products are often bundled together with mission-critical equipment, such as dash cams, action cameras, and drones. After floating around between $130-150 for the past few months, the SanDisk Extreme 512GB microSD card is at its lowest price ever at Amazon for $110.

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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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Today only, get a SanDisk Extreme 256GB A2 microSD card for just $40.39 at Amazon, an all-time low

SanDisk is a purveyor of high-performance, premium microSD cards known for their reliability and compatibility. In fact, its microSD cards are often included in the box with many high-end dashcams, action cameras, and drones — items that require consistent performance and reliability to perform at their best. With today's one-day sale, the Sandisk Extreme 256GB microSD card has dropped down to its lowest price ever of $40.39, available from Amazon.

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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's new iXpand is a 10W wireless charging pad that also backs up your photos locally

With the new iXpand Wireless Charger, SanDisk is onto something. The charging pad doesn't just fill up your device's battery, it also makes a local backup of photos, videos, and contacts to its built-in storage so you know you always have a second copy of your most important data.

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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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SanDisk's Prime Day deals include 1TB A2 microSD card for $340 ($85 off), 128GB for $20 ($5 off)

There are lots of discounts to be had on Amazon today in fact, we have a whole article full of them. One of the companies going all-in on Prime Day is SanDisk, meaning you can get flash drives, microSD cards, SSDs, and a lot more for not a lot of money.

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SanDisk 200GB microSD card drops to all-time low of $24 on Amazon for today only

The price of SanDisk's 200GB microSD card has been falling since it debuted at MWC back in 2015. It's hard to believe that this card once retailed for $400, as it's available today for a tiny fraction of that ($24) on Amazon. That's a lot of storage for the money.

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