Grab a SanDisk 480GB SSD for just $94; 200GB microSD card for $59

As part of Amazon's Prime Day (opens in new tab), SanDisk is offering heavy discounts on SSDs, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 flash drives, and microSD cards. You can pick up a 960GB Ultra II for just $165 (opens in new tab), a discount of $60 from its usual retail price of $60. If you're looking for something under $100, SanDisk is selling the 480GB Ultra II for just $94 (opens in new tab).

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Be sure to head to Amazon to check out all the deals on offer today.

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Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia for Android Central, Windows Central's sister site. When not reviewing phones, he's testing PC hardware, including video cards, motherboards, gaming accessories, and keyboards.

  • Black Friday who?.....Prime Baby!
  • "a discount of $60 from its usual retail price of $60"
  • Its like on the steam sale when tf2 was 75% off from $20 to free Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Still there,
  • Any U3 128 micro sd cards on sale?
  • Amazon has sales on old stuff, story at 11.
  • The 480GB card is now $166. That deal didn't last long!
  • Is there a huge difference between the 128 ultra and 128 extreme for 4k recording?
  • Yup.  Write speeds are different. Something you can't have too much of for 4K. But good luck determining the speed of the card you'll get from Amazon (or anyone else)--a quick spin thru Sandisk's specs page will demonstrate how impossible it is due to the million variations of these cards with identical names. Some Extreme cards aren't 90MB/sec write-rated, for example. And then there are the "counterfeits", which appeared on Amazon a while back. Vielen Gluck!
  • SD and USB are insane, I remember not long ago how expensive these were. It's amazing. Sure Samsung introduced the new format, but these will be fine for at least a couple of years.
  • Wow, SSD prices have dropped significantly! Sure can't wait for 4TB SSDs to become less than $200, would make a great upgrade to my TS-470 Pro NAS.