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Discussion in 'Hot Deals - Find a Great Deal? Share It Here.' started by digitalandfilm, Nov 19, 2011.
Amazon.com Gold Box: New Deals. Every Day.
of course, 1 day after I buy an 8GB for $20.
Thought about it, but $10 shipping/handling is really too much . . . for an SD card that would fit in an envelope.
Order 2 and get free shipping.
Thanks for the heads up. I have been using Transcend cards for a while. They've been terrific. Free shipping to boot.
No need. Just order one and pick the free shipping option.
Take it back. IMO the best deal for a 8GB card is the Dane Electric at Target. It's $13 reg. price but goes on sale for $9 quite often. Dane is just a bulk rebrander so there are 3 versions of this card. The packaging says it's a class 4. Two of the cards they sell say class 4 and benches as a class 4. One is a class 6. The writing is very small. I have a few of these class 6 ones. They are better than class 10. They have 19MB/s writes. They are the fastest cards I have ever had. It's also a micro SD so it'll work in anything.
Why not pick the free shipping option?
Mine went through with free shipping.
Thank you digitalandfilm for the link. I was using an old 8G class4 card that needed upgrading and I probably paid twice this price!
anyone else who doesn't do video find 16GB way too much? I get a very nervous eggs-in-one-basket feeling already w/ 8GB cards, heh
I got a class 10 16gb Patriot for 14.00 the other day. I found some class 10 32gb Kingston I might get for 27.00.
Is than a mu-43 referral link or your own?
For those in the UK, MyMemory have got 20% off Sandisk stuff until the end of November, I noticed it last night...
Because I was an idiot! Doh!
(Guess I should pay a little more attention, huh?)
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