Boosting your storage is always a good idea, and today, gobbling up a lot of gigabytes doesn't have to be expensive. You can grab the 400GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card for just $83.98 on Amazon, down from a list price of $250 and a crazy low price for such a substantial amount of storage. This card will bring a whole lot more space to your Android device, PC, or even your Nintendo Switch on the cheap. With transfer speeds up to 100MB/s, you'll be able to move up to 1,200 photos in a minute, and the connected SanDisk Memory Zone app helps you view and move files even easier. This microSD card is designed to help speed up app launch speeds and performance, too.
No matter whether it's on your phone, tablet, PC, or Nintendo Switch, running out of space always sucks, especially if it means deleting games and files. But today you can solve that problem once and for all. Amazon is selling a 200GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card for an all-time-low of just $25, a 34 percent savings on its $38 list price. This card packs a lot of space in a small package. With read speeds up to 100MB/s and speed ratings of UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10, this card can handle full HD video, while an A1 rating provides faster app performance.
SAVE $80: The 400GB microSDXC card from SanDisk will give your Nintendo Switch the storage boost it desperately needs -- it's $80 off at Best Buy as of Nov. 2. The Nintendo Switch is probably the best that a handheld console has ever been, but that doesn't mean it's perfect. With Joy-Con drift topping the list of Switch-related issues, next up would have to be storage space. If you have the original Switch model, you've almost certainly encountered problems when trying to fit your entire games library onto your console. If you've got more than just a few titles, it's nearly impossible to avoid running out of room.
SAVE $49.96: Through Saturday, Aug. 7, you'll get a free 128GB SanDisk microSD card when you buy a Nintendo Switch Lite from Walmart. Running out of storage on a Nintendo Switch is like triggering a Blood Moon in Breath of the Wild -- it becomes inevitable after you play for a while. With only 32GB of internal memory to spare on the current (non-OLED) models, some of which is taken up by the system itself, you can only squeeze a couple of games onto your console before needing to either delete some or get a microSD card. Nintendo apparently knows this because it's partnered with Walmart for an exclusive bundle that makes the storage shuffle a non-issue for new Switch players: Now through 11:59 PST this Saturday, Aug. 7, you'll get a free 128GB SanDisk microSD card when you buy a Switch Lite from the big box store -- that's an impressive savings of $49.96. For the unfamiliar, the Switch Lite is the lighter, cheaper version of the original Switch console that can only be played in handheld mode (i.e., there's no TV output).
It's enough capacity to hold up to 24 hours of Full HD video. You can transfer up to 1,200 photos a minute when you're ready to archive. Built to perform in harsh conditions, SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Cards are waterproof, temperature-proof, shockproof, and X-ray proof. The 256GB microSD card is rated Class 10 for Full HD video recording performance and comes with an SD adapter and a 10-year limited warranty. The typical list price is currently discounted 25% from $200 down to $150.