SanDisk 400GB microSD Card Is A Steal Of A Deal At Just $52.99 [Originally $65]

We love a good deal on a SanDisk memory card and thankfully they’re popping up almost constantly these days. The latest of which is the SanDisk Ultra microSD card in 400GB capacity for just $52.99.

This spacious card would normally retail for anything up to around $65. While this discount isn’t a huge one, it does make for a great buy regardless.

Buy: SanDisk Ultra 400GB microSD Card from Amazon: $52.99 | Original price: $65

Load apps faster with A1-rated performance (A1 performance is 1500 read IOPS, 500 write IOPS. Based on internal testing. Results may vary based on host device, app type and other factors.)
Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback (Full HD (1920×1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes, and other factors.)

This card carrying the Class 10 designation means that it is good for use in anything from phones and tablets to game consoles and cameras. With transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s, you won’t find yourself in a position of waiting for files to transfer or save, either.

With 400GB of storage on tap this is the perfect card to slap into a Nintendo Switch. Nobody can live with the minimal storage on-board, and if you’re anything like us, you probably spend all of your gaming time managing your storage rather than enjoying that latest game you picked up.

And that’s just not the way to play games, is it? Why not treat yourself to a little extra breathing room?

If you’re wondering just how popular this microSD card is, wonder no more. With more than 18,000 reviews and a rating for 4.5 stars there is very little chance that you won’t enjoy your purchase. And if something was to go wrong there’s the SanDisk 10-year warranty to enjoy, instead.

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