SanDisk is offering its 200GB microSD card for $79 at Amazon, a savings of around $20 from its regular price. This is a great value for those picking up a new phone like the Lumia 950, and want to have plenty of space to store their favorite pictures, music and videos. We've seen the price drop quickly on the price of the 200GB card, and the $79 price point is around the lowest we have seen it dip.
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