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64gb Micro Sd - SanDisk (Sainsbury online) £13.33

£13.33 @ Sainsbury's
Thought this was a great price including adapter and it's Sandisk. I have not managed to check instore but definitely available online and cheapest I have seen. Hope this helps some people . Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Thought this was a great price including adapter and it's Sandisk. I have not managed to check instore but definitely available online and cheapest I have seen. Hope this helps some people .
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1 Like #1
also available in store
#2
Not sure of any delivery charges as I just purchased this from Tesco for £17.99 this morning and opened it then found this :( so have not purchased myself from Sainsburys but not seeing any mention of delivery cost on main page.
#3
johnkers
also available in store

Just tried my local and they had sold out. Seems a good price anyway if people can manage to get them .
1 Like #4
Product not available
#5
Delivery is £7 unless you spend over £40
#6
Ordered this from sainsbury online over a week ago- sold out and they had none in store
2 Likes #7
Not reliable cards though these Ultras. I've had two fail. The first one failed after 18 months and was locked into read only mode. The second one failed after 2 years and took all the data with it.

If you go for Sandisk, better to go for the Extreme or Extreme Plus lines rather than Ultra as they're supposedly more reliable (or go for a more reliable brand).
1 Like #8
£4 for click and collect. Cold.
3 Likes #9
The Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB on Amazon is only 67p more and much faster as it's a U3 rated device.

I've got one of these SanDisk Ultra cards that I've had for over 4 years now and it's been a good performer, I think they have a 10 year warranty as well which is nice.
6 Likes #10
Picard123
Not reliable cards though these Ultras. I've had two fail. The first one failed after 18 months and was locked into read only mode. The second one failed after 2 years and took all the data with it.
If you go for Sandisk, better to go for the Extreme or Extreme Plus lines rather than Ultra as they're supposedly more reliable (or go for a more reliable brand).

You're not the person who keeps their phone under their pillow are you?
1 Like #11
splatsplatsplat
Picard123
Not reliable cards though these Ultras. I've had two fail. The first one failed after 18 months and was locked into read only mode. The second one failed after 2 years and took all the data with it.
If you go for Sandisk, better to go for the Extreme or Extreme Plus lines rather than Ultra as they're supposedly more reliable (or go for a more reliable brand).
You're not the person who keeps their phone under their pillow are you?

No idea what your comment means.
#12
I have one of these (picked it up from Tesco local for same price)
No problem so far and works great (it's been 4/5 months)
This is bias but personally I think Samsung micro SD cards are the best and better than any other micro SD card brand. Samsung drives tend not to fail on me compared to other drives e.g Kingston, Sandisk
#13
Is it possible to order this online for online post/courier delivery? I'm only getting the option to reserve a delivery slot, ie groceries?
#14
Ordered the toshiba one from Amazon 2 days ago... Should have waited as I got nectar points to use :(
#15
Flash memory is overpriced at the moment. Even with discounts it's often more expensivd than a year or so ago. I'd wait for the prices to come down. This should really be less than 10 quid by now as you could pick it up for about a tenner a fair while ago.
#16
Rid1
I have one of these (picked it up from Tesco local for same price)
No problem so far and works great (it's been 4/5 months)
This is bias but personally I think Samsung micro SD cards are the best and better than any other micro SD card brand. Samsung drives tend not to fail on me compared to other drives e.g Kingston, Sandisk


isn't it strange? personally I will not buy Samsung micro SD now as every single one I've had has failed, yet I've never had a sandisk fail. I think it's luck of the draw a lot of the time.
#17
Looking back at my record, it was 9.99 at Argos in early December 2015.
#18
supermann
Looking back at my record, it was 9.99 at Argos in early December 2015.
Yes, you are correct. I got two C&C for £19.98 Argos Leytonstone. Saw it posted hukd of course.
banned#19
what about samsung SD cards ?? is it any good
#20
sofiasar
what about samsung SD cards ?? is it any good

The Samsung Evo and Evo+ are supposedly good for reliability, though I've no direct personal experience. The Lexar card I have for my camera has been brilliant - I've had for 4-5 years now - but it obviously doesn't get used as much in a camera as it would do in a phone (the two Sandisk Ultra cards I had).
#21
Yeah its been this price instore since boxing day hence why stock seems a bit hit or miss. 32gb was £7.99 :p
#22
posted couple of weeks back but was deleted. oO
#23
Sainsburys are so 20th century.
1 Like #24
Hot, but sadly not for me. It seems that if you are just buying the SD only, Delivery for £40 below is £7 so this is good for someone who is going to spend £40+ to get £1 delivery.

Therefore it's better to buy from the store, I am going to see if I can buy one, if not, I look elsewhere.
#25
There were a couple left in Bamber Bridge a couple of hours ago.. I got the last (I think) 32Gb for £7.99. Hope it helps someone
#26
BigYoSpeck
The Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB on Amazon is only 67p more and much faster as it's a U3 rated device.

I've got one of these SanDisk Ultra cards that I've had for over 4 years now and it's been a good performer, I think they have a 10 year warranty as well which is nice.


Agreed especially for future proofing like 4k vids
#27
If it's your first shop on Sainsburys online you get £18 off if you spend £60 or more so this nicely cancels out £7 delivery charge. Considering doing a one-off shop on Sainsburys here...
#28
just picked one up from darwen sainsburys........had 6 more there too.
#29
ryan1888
Not sure of any delivery charges as I just purchased this from Tesco for £17.99 this morning and opened it then found this :( so have not purchased myself from Sainsburys but not seeing any mention of delivery cost on main page.


Buy this one then return it to tesco
1 Like #30
Picard123
splatsplatsplat
Picard123
Not reliable cards though these Ultras. I've had two fail. The first one failed after 18 months and was locked into read only mode. The second one failed after 2 years and took all the data with it.
If you go for Sandisk, better to go for the Extreme or Extreme Plus lines rather than Ultra as they're supposedly more reliable (or go for a more reliable brand).
You're not the person who keeps their phone under their pillow are you?
No idea what your comment means.

Somebody on here was saying a particular brand of card would make their phone hot. They then uploaded photos of their phone burnt to a crisp with scorch marks on their sheet and pillow...
#31
Orderd two 64gb on monday and two 32gb arrived today. £12 each. They had none in stock so just decided to send these instead. :|
#32
Min order is 25 plus delivery charge also click and collect not free
#33
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