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[Amazon.com] Solid State Drives & MicroSD Sandisk storage

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[Amazon.com] Solid State Drives & MicroSD Sandisk storage

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SanDisk on Amazon.com has some sales on multiple storage formats. If you're looking for one now and don't mind shipping to a US mailbox or friend, these might fit your budget.

Prices noted below is at the time of posting.

Micro SDXC: link
128GB $59.99 USD (40% off)
64GB $19.99 USD (43% off)
32GB 10.99 USD (35% off)


SSD: Link
SanDisk Internal 240GB 2.5-Inch SSD $67.99 USD (41% off)
SanDisk Internal 120GB 2.5-Inch SSD $39.99 USD (47% off)
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These can be shipped to Canada.
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Jul 5, 2004
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Not bad.. $82.13 for the 240GB after tax/7-12 day shipping
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alpovs wrote: These can be shipped to Canada.
Yes they ship to Canada but they also charge an additional fee for shipping from the US
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sweet. bought the 240gb. $10 bucks duty.
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SwaunyJones wrote: Yes they ship to Canada but they also charge an additional fee for shipping from the US
Crossborderpickups.ca

Used them for the first time and had a gr8 experience
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good deal for the SSD drive but I'm afraid 240GB won't be enough. Need close to 500GB at least ...
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It's pretty good...hopefully prime deals tomorrow are better though.
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DJ4LIFE wrote: Crossborderpickups.ca

Used them for the first time and had a gr8 experience
That service looks nice, can you break down the cost of what you got/were chaeged? Just trying to see if its more expensive than going to CBI.
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Leuthil wrote: Is this USD or CAD?? If it's USD this is not good at all considering CanadaComputers just had a SanDisk for only $99.
USD. Still cheaper than CC. 99+tx+shipping?, will go over $106 CAD (83$ US).
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genetik wrote: USD. Still cheaper than CC. 99+tx+shipping?, will go over $106 CAD (83$ US).
I forget about CC shipping since I live close by one, and true I forgot about tax. With exchange fees it's probably close to the same. And I'm not 100% sure but I think the Ultra II from CC is better than this one. Either way it's not that hot of a deal and I'm just advising people to wait. If you think it's worth it then go for it lol.
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The SSD deal becomes cold when you ship it into Canada unless you're doing a group buy and willing to split the costs.

$66 CAD for a 120GB, or $105 for the 240GB.

The 64GB MicroSDXC card at around $35 CAD is a fairly good deal.
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Im holding off for some cheap microsd deals tomorrow.
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cruisx wrote: That service looks nice, can you break down the cost of what you got/were chaeged? Just trying to see if its more expensive than going to CBI.
I ordered a bunch of stuff from monoprice and the shipping from the USA to me here in Ontario was going to be ~$55. Since my actual merchandise was ~$49, I was a little peeved, then I found CBP.
The prices are listed on their site, but Monoprice packed everything of mine into a small box. When I created a free account with CBP, I got a new york address, just like a PO BOX but a unit#. It came out to be $11 to ship to that unit #. Then when I picked it up from CBP in mississauga, it was only $6.99 becausse it was such a small box. ~$20 vs ~$55...saved $35, however, I also live far (Georgina, Ontario) so the time and drive to CBP was not worth it for me, but for those who live closeby, its great. In fact, I spoke to the owner and he said at request, they will also ship things out to you at actual cost of canadapost and you just prepay them the amount they find out your shipping will be (which is what I will do next time). Hope that helps!~
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How does it work for duty fees, do they tell you how much duty fees they had to pay and you pay them back?
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Too bad I missed this since the Prime day doesn't have any SSDs :( . Shouldn't have listened to my own advice haha.
OilyBob wrote: How does it work for duty fees, do they tell you how much duty fees they had to pay and you pay them back?
This deal is dead. But to answer your question they have some kind of "Import deposit" where they estimate the fees for you and you pay the difference or they refund you the difference of the actual import fee cost. This is just from what I've read in their help page. Although I haven't done this myself so I'm not sure which is more common (having to pay or being refunded) but I would assume they are probably pretty accurate?
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They estimate the fees and you pay upfront. I believe they generally overestimate and refund the difference to your account. At least that is what they did for me on three different purchases.

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