This SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSD card Prime Day deal is an absolute bargain

SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSD card
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One of the best Amazon Prime Day deals we've seen is for the SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSD card, knocking the price down by 46% to under £20.

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The 128GB capacity is incredibly high for a microSD memory card, and will let you store thousands of photos, as well as music and videos. Thanks to the fast 100MB/s transfer speeds, you can record 4K video straight to the memory card, and with 128GB to play around with, you have plenty of storage space for ultra high definition video files.

Best of all, this deal includes an SD adapter, which means you can easily slot it into cameras and laptops that had SD slots.

At this price, this is a great way of upping the storage space of your camera, smartphone or Nintendo Switch.

SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card £36.01 £19.41 at Amazon

SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card £36.01 £19.41 at Amazon
Save £16.60 on this brilliant high-capacity microSD card and SD adapter set. Ideal for boosting the storage capacity of phones, drones and cameras, not only does this offer bags of storage, but it's a good performer as well.

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