SanDisk has opened up a wide variety of discounts on its best computer accessories on Amazon this week, including portable SSD devices, USB thumb drives, and memory cards. You can find a collection of the products on sale in our roundup below, and visit the SanDisk storefront on Amazon for more deals.

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Portable SSD

- Extreme Portable SSD

  • 250 GB - $72.99, down from $99.99
  • 500 GB - $89.93, down from $169.99
  • 2 TB - $284.62, down from $326.06

USB Accessories

- Ultra Loop Flash Drive (32 GB) - $10.99, down from $12.99

Mobile Storage

- iXpand Flash Drive for iPhone and iPad (32 GB) - $22.99, down from $27.00

- iXpand Flash Drive Go for iPhone and iPad

  • 128 GB - $44.97, down from $59.99
  • 256 GB - $69.58, down from $89.99

- Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C

  • 32 GB - $9.49, down from $21.99
  • 64 GB - $13.99, down from $32.99
  • 128 GB - $22.78, down from $59.99

Memory Cards

- Extreme MicroSDXC Card (512 GB) - $109.99, down from $199.99
- Extreme PRO SDXC Card (256 GB) - $69.66, down from $99.99

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

Wilburx3 Avatar
28 months ago
That 500 GB Extreme Portable SSD has not been above 99.99 in over a year.

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Rychiar Avatar
28 months ago
this is a weak sale. I got the 2TB way less last year


Is the 2TB a good deal?
no
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Wilburx3 Avatar
28 months ago

Who carries USB sticks nowadays, it's been years since I used one.



Where does it say that it's more than $100 in the article. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
down from $169.99
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Wilburx3 Avatar
28 months ago

Is the 2TB a good deal?
249.99 would be a good deal.



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garylapointe Avatar
28 months ago

I would not recommend an SD card as a storage medium like that, sd cards are good for cameras and the like, not for storage on a computer.
I've been doing it for YEARS with zero issues. It's getting rewritten to way less than my hard drive.

It's a place to store things that I might want easy access to (videos, music, big PDFs, textbooks) and most of it all has copies somewhere else. A local copy of the 30GB of photos and videos (that I've already backed up to multiple other places) from a recent trip that I don't want taking up space, but really haven't had time to sort through yet. That kind of stuff.

Plus, when I'm working on something, it gives me the chance to make a quick local backup in case I accidentally delete something.
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Wilburx3 Avatar
28 months ago

What storage size are you mapping there?


Either way the $CAD exchange has me ripped right off. No deal not worth it at all.
Sorry, missed putting that in.
500 GB ('https://buy.geni.us/Proxy.ashx?TSID=104254&GR_URL=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FSanDisk-Extreme-Portable-External-SDSSDE60-2T00-G25%2Fdp%2FB078SWJ3CF%3Ftag%3Dmrforums-20%26ref_%3Dast_sto_dp%26th%3D1&dtb=1') - $89.93, down from $169.99
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