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SanDisk for Wii 2GB SECURE DIGITAL @ Amazon = £4.41 delivered using prime

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Product Description The SanDisk SD Gaming Memory Card line is the must have card for the Nintendo® WiiTM game console. For maximum performance and to get the most out of all the advanced features on … Read More
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
Product Description
The SanDisk SD Gaming Memory Card line is the must have card for the Nintendo® WiiTM game console. For maximum performance and to get the most out of all the advanced features on the WiiTM, youll need a SanDisk Gaming Card. With SanDisk, you will be able to download and store games, store game saves, and edit and store photos.
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#1
Cool, ordered, thanks, heat n rep left.
#2
+£2.75 delivery £7.16 total
#3
Yep, would like to know how you get it for £4.41 delivered.

Amazon checkout stated it needed to be £5 for free delivery and so was going to charge me £1.99 on top until i used a stocking filler to get it to £5.16.

I think a description change may be needed.

Still voted hot though as even with filling, it's still the cheapest for an official card (what can i say, i like colour coordination on my Wii :oops: )
#4
For maximum performance and to get the most out of all the advanced features on the WiiTM, youll need a SanDisk Gaming Card


Forget the marketing spiel.

All you need is a regular SD card, which are about £3 for a 2GB one. Anyone contemplating buying this, please don't.

Voted cold.
#5
Waterboy8535
Yep, would like to know how you get it for £4.41 delivered.

Amazon checkout stated it needed to be £5 for free delivery and so was going to charge me £1.99 on top until i used a stocking filler to get it to £5.16.

I think a description change may be needed.

Still voted hot though as even with filling, it's still the cheapest for an official card (what can i say, i like colour coordination on my Wii :oops: )


But you can't see the card once its in!!
#6
What is the max GB that a Wii will take??
#7
ODonnyBoy
What is the max GB that a Wii will take??


On the latest 4.0 update you can go as far as 32Gb SDHC...

http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/enhancedStorage.jsp

:)
#8
Your looking at a Marketplace seller, Amazon's price is £4.41at the moment Amazon's price is over on the right of the page.



bigst
+£2.75 delivery £7.16 total
1 Like #9
As mentioned above, now that the most recent update lets you use upto 32Gb SDHC cards (and run Virtual Console games directly off them), I would think they would be better value.
#10
Waterboy8535
Yep, would like to know how you get it for £4.41 delivered.

Amazon checkout stated it needed to be £5 for free delivery and so was going to charge me £1.99 on top until i used a stocking filler to get it to £5.16.

I think a description change may be needed.


If you have prime then its free delivery :w00t:
#11
thesaint
Forget the marketing spiel.

All you need is a regular SD card, which are about £3 for a 2GB one. Anyone contemplating buying this, please don't.

Voted cold.


I had to put something in the description and yes you can use an ordinary SD card but some people like having only the official stuff

As stated previously about the free delivery :thumbsup:

the question is can you get this anywhere cheaper not can you get a no brand SD cheaper
#12
janz70
I had to put something in the description and yes you can use an ordinary SD card but some people like having only the official stuff


I am here to make them aware that "official" means absolutely nothing in this case.
Why support a load of P.R. that is put there only to deceive/mislead the consumer?

janz70

the question is can you get this anywhere cheaper not can you get a no brand SD cheaper


Who mentioned "No brand" SD cards cheaper. I could buy Sandisk, Kingston, Transcend in fact probably any brand you care to name cheaper than this.
#13
Fair enough its free with prime,but prime is a subscription service,and not many people will do that just for this.Its out of stock now anyway although works out at £4.30 delivered with one of the amazon sellers.Have to agree though,about half this price for an unbranded one.Not voted either way.
#14
It's not out of stock now, read my earlier post & you will see where it is, when will people learn?





bigst
Fair enough its free with prime,but prime is a subscription service,and not many people will do that just for this.Its out of stock now anyway although works out at £4.30 delivered with one of the amazon sellers.Have to agree though,about half this price for an unbranded one.Not voted either way.

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