Samsung is back at it again with discounts on some of its high performance microSD cards. The price starts at just $15.99 for the 64GB version of the card.

No matter how much we try to move our digital world online, into the cloud, there is still a big need for storage on-device, whether that is a smartphone, a camera or even a game console like the Nintendo Switch. There has always been and continues to be, a need for large capacity microSD cards in our lives and for that reason, it’s great to see when some pop up as part of great deals. That’s exactly what has happened today with a number of Samsung’s Evo Select microSD Cards available at a reduced price.

With storage capacities ranging from an already roomy 64GB all the way up to a mind-bending 256GB on a single card, these deals are absolutely not to be missed if you find yourself needing a memory card for whatever reason. Both cameras and Nintendo Switches constantly need huge cards in order to be able to work to their fullest, but if you own an Android phone there are also plenty of reasons to check a sizable microSD card out, not least for storing images if you’re a big photo-taker.

That said, you all know what microSD cards are used for and if you need one, you’re already wondering how much one of those tasty 256GB cards is going to cost so, without further ado, let’s jump into it, shall we?

Please note that this is a limited time offer only (as usual) therefore make your decision quick if you want to bag something from this trio of deals.

Buy: Samsung 64GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSDXC EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter from Amazon: $15.99 | Original price $22.99
Buy: Samsung 128GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSD EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter from Amazon: $28.99 | Original price $28.99
Buy: Samsung 256GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSDXC EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter from Amazon: $72.99 | Original price $119.99

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