Amazon is running a big one-day sale on various SanDisk accessories and there are some killer prices on various microSD cards. We aren't talking cheapie, low-capacity cards here, either. For example, the 200GB SanDisk Ultra is down to just $34.99, which is more than $10 lower than it's ever sold for before.
The 256GB version of the card is also on sale for $51.99, which is about $12 lower than it has dropped, and the massive 400GB card is down to just $99.99. We've never seen this one drop below $130, and at the beginning of this year it was selling for as much as $250. We've also written up another post if you're looking for our other favorite discounts from this sale.
We've already seen the 128GB card sell out this morning, so there is a risk the same could happen with these. These make great gifts for the holidays and can be used in dash cams, tablets, Android phones, the Nintendo Switch, and so many other gadgets. Stock up now, before the deals are gone!
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