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[Costco] SanDisk 64GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-1 (Class 10) Memory Card $24.99, 128gb $46.99

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[Costco] SanDisk 64GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-1 (Class 10) Memory Card $24.99, 128gb $46.99

64gb comes with USB 2.0 reader and storage case. Not available in Costco.ca.

Thanks to OB2BO and BKfromthe6 in mentioning 128gb is $46.99.

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Searching yesterday for the lowest price online, found Amazon.ca for $31.49. Was at Costco a few hours ago and saw this.
Price is effective since Aug 2 (date below the price)??

My bad. Bought it at Amazon.ca and now to return would cost $6.03 in return shipping. Grr.
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Last edited by yvrwindsor on Aug 23rd, 2017 9:07 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Thanks OP,
Did anyone see how much for the 128gb micro SD?
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I believe this was below $20 several times.. I'd wait of course unless you need it today.
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jojothejoker wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2017 9:18 pm
Thanks OP,
Did anyone see how much for the 128gb micro SD?
$46.99... I know cause I picked up the 128Gb version the other day at the Oshawa Costco :)
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Excellent card. I bought a couple of these last winter on a Costco sale. The sale price was about a dollar cheaper than this.

I used the cards in a DSLR in Africa and Europe. No issues whatsoever. To use the included card reader, one has to pull out the microSD card from the adapter and place it in the reader. To maintain longevity, as the microSD is where the data is stored, where possible, I suggest keeping it in the SD adapter and using an SD card reader to pull off the data.
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If this is USB 2 is it really slow ??
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you're better off getting the Lexar one from amazon for $20.99 for a 64gb
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i believe this is the regular price at costco. I've seen the 128gb version on sale for $36.99 before.
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purplekush604 wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2017 10:04 pm
i believe this is the regular price at costco. I've seen the 128gb version on sale for $36.99 before.
I saw the same 64GB card for the same $25 price in July. I was hoping the price would come down since I need two ...
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Wizard1 wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2017 10:02 pm
you're better off getting the Lexar one from amazon for $20.99 for a 64gb
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Was it $29.99 or $34.99 before? Bought one just few weeks ago, and I don't recall it being $25.
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be nice to find extreme pro cards 64gb for around 25$ in store somewhere. or even 128s for around 50-60$ be nice. anyone know where to find those let me know.

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Just be aware the warranty statement on these cards void the warranty if you use them with dash cams and surveillance devices.
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ToniCipriani wrote:
Aug 23rd, 2017 11:17 pm
Just be aware the warranty statement on these cards void the warranty if you use them with dash cams and surveillance devices.
and they can tell you've used them for that purpose how?

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