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[Amazon] SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC UHS-I Card (Great for Nintendo switch)

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[Amazon] SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC UHS-I Card (Great for Nintendo switch)

Saw this deal for a SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC memory card.

40.29USD for 1 unit shipped with custom fees accounted for.
Comes to roughly 51$ Canadian.
You can add a couple of units without increasing shipping fees.

Place I saw it advertised said it was a great card to use with all you nintendo switch owners, but it can obviously be used for other electronics.
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$44.99 at Costco
That's 30 minutes away, I'll be there in 10.
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Wait till Black Friday. They are usually around half off or so :-) Be patient and keep a look out. Amazon.ca currently has a 200GB Sandisk Ultra for $100, hoping that gets a discount for a bit more my Nintendo Switch is full and I want as much storage as I can get.
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watch out for 3rd party sellers using amazon warehouse.. if prices are too good to be true, likely fake. hoping buying from amazon they use trusted partners like directly from manufacture.
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HRhater wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 9:55 pm
watch out for 3rd party sellers using amazon warehouse.. if prices are too good to be true, likely fake. hoping buying from amazon they use trusted partners like directly from manufacture.
Friend at work had a fake on arrive, sold by someone else, fullfilled by amazon - though they did replace it and in the end he got a real one for the price.
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kad783 wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 10:08 pm
Says $30 now for me
You have to add $10.29 US for shipping and import fees.
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Amazon comingles inventory from third party sellers based on UPC code so even if you buy from Amazon the chances of getting a fake especially for something like this is unacceptably high.
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evanwier wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 9:56 pm
Friend at work had a fake on arrive, sold by someone else, fullfilled by amazon - though they did replace it and in the end he got a real one for the price.
How can you tell if it's fake? Is there a programme to run or are people just being it in speed tests?

My inclination is to just go to Costco.
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chx1975 wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 7:55 am
Amazon comingles inventory from third party sellers based on UPC code so even if you buy from Amazon the chances of getting a fake especially for something like this is unacceptably high.
How do you know this? I've never had an issue with SD cards, as long as it's sold and shipped by Amazon.
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NightRain wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 9:28 pm
$44.99 at Costco
In store or online? I've never seen a high capacity SD card at costco, it's always 2 for 1 low capacity "cheap but not so cheap" stuff.
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aos007 wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 12:55 pm
In store or online? I've never seen a high capacity SD card at costco, it's always 2 for 1 low capacity "cheap but not so cheap" stuff.
Instore, and if you wait til black friday, odds are it'll probably drop to last year blackfriday weekend price of $37.99
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I wrote this in a previous SanDisk Ultra thread, but if you plan on using this long-term, the Ultra will eventually become read-only and will not write anymore data or even format.

Search for "sandisk ultra cannot format" on Google to see what I mean. I came across this a month ago and got a new one via lifetime RMA, but I'm looking to get a better brand.

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