Deal: Up To 70% Off SanDisk microSD, SD & Flash Drives - 3/14/16

If you are in need of additional storage solutions, there is a deal currently worth checking out on Amazon. As part of their Deal of the Day promotion, Amazon has currently slashed the price on a number of storage solution options from SanDisk, including discounts on microSD cards, SD cards, flash drives and also their Connect Wireless Stick. If you are looking for a microSD card, then you can pick up the SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC card for only $9.99, while the 64GB version will set you back $17.99. Not to mention, there are also some big discounts on the SanDisk Ultra SDXC cards as well, with the 128GB card available for $34.99 and the 200GB card available for $59.99. For those looking for SD cards, there are also discounts on both SDHC and SDXC cards with prices starting from only $9.99.

If you are in the market for a new flash drive, then there is quite a selection of flash drives available as part of the deal, including options from the SanDisk iXpand, Cruzer, Ultra Fit and Ultra ranges with prices starting from only $12.79. Of course, if you have yet to check out SanDisk's newer Connect Wireless Stick, then now might be a good time to do so as the 128GB version is currently on sale for $59.99 and the 200GB version is on sale for $89.99. So whether you are looking for a new microSD card, SD card or flash drive, then it is certainly worth heading over and checking out the full selection of deals on offer today.

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