Boxing Day 2013 Deals Archive

Walmart Boxing Day: 32 GB Lexar SD Class 4 and MicroSD Class 10 for $13.88

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Dec 8, 2013
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I need a MICRO SD card...but NON-HC...It doesnt seem to work.
Is this deal on just a plain- jane MICRO SD???
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rmyly48 wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 8:38 am
I need a MICRO SD card...but NON-HC...It doesnt seem to work.
Is this deal on just a plain- jane MICRO SD???
those only go up to 8 or 16gb.
GVRtrader wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 12:04 am
NCIX had the same one for $40 (think its OOS by now but might restock and probably same price instore).
you're right, that is "sold out".
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Fantaz wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 8:48 am
those only go up to 8 or 16gb.
I don't know if micro are any different (can't see why they should be) but plain-Jane SDs topped out at 2GB.
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Dec 25, 2013
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Please comment on the read/write speed of 32 GB MicroSD card. Thank you
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In case anybody is interested the Walmart at Major Mackenzie and Dufferin in Maple had tons of them still avail as of 9 am this morning. The store was pretty quiet.
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I picked up two Lexar 32GB microSD cards from South Keys in Ottawa this morning. None were marked at the boxing day price, but I did find the matching card.

Prices came up as $29. Talked to the electronics department manager and he honoured the boxing day price of $13.88.

Write to the card from a SDD is around 14.5MB/s.
Write to SDD from the card is around 22.1MB/s.

All OOS by about 6:10am at this location.
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aerohead888 wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 11:57 am
I picked up two Lexar 32GB microSD cards from South Keys in Ottawa this morning. None were marked at the boxing day price, but I did find the matching card.

Prices came up as $29. Talked to the electronics department manager and he honoured the boxing day price of $13.88.
Doh. SCOP opportunity missed.
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jdewit wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 12:00 pm
Doh. SCOP opportunity missed.
Nope, if it didn't scan a the sale price then he grabbed the wrong sku. The proper card will scan at $13.88 at every location in Canada with zero input from the stores.
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Tornado F2 wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 9:55 am
I don't know if micro are any different (can't see why they should be) but plain-Jane SDs topped out at 2GB.
I think it topped out at 4GB. I bought one for my staples GPS few years ago from ebay.

Big stores won't carry this. You have to find this on ebay.
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Winnopeg wrote:
Dec 26th, 2013 12:59 pm
Nope, if it didn't scan a the sale price then he grabbed the wrong sku. The proper card will scan at $13.88 at every location in Canada with zero input from the stores.
Managed to get this for $3.88 + taxes with $10 off SCOP. It says class 4 in the flyer but online says class 6, but the cashiers/manager at Wal-Mart didn't know the difference. I think the class 4 is the one on sale.
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Picked up one at Brockville walmart at 2:30 pm today, still at least 10 left. It is the bare card, no adapter or usb reader....not that I care!

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