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SanDisk 256GB MicroSDXC UHS-I Card for Nintendo Switch £38.26 / £36.79 Fee Free @ Amazon US
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SanDisk 256GB MicroSDXC UHS-I Card for Nintendo Switch £38.26 / £36.79 Fee Free @ Amazon US

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Posted 15th Jul

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  • With incredible speed, the officially licensed SanDisk microSDXC card for the Nintendo Switch lets you add up to [64/128/256GB]* of space to your system. Spend less time waiting and more time gaming with read and write speeds of up to 100MB/s(1) and 90MB/s(1) respectively. Perfect for keeping your favorite games in one place. Backed by a lifetime limited warranty,(2) so you’re ready for the long haul. | *1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. | (1)128-256GB: Up to 100MB/s read speed; up to 90MB/s write speed. 64GB: Up to 100MB/s read speed; up to 60MB/s write speed. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes. | (2)30 year warranty in Germany, Canada, and regions not recognizing lifetime warranty.

  • Features & details
  • Incredible speeds in a microSD card officially licensed for the Nintendo Switch system
  • Spend less time waiting and more time playing with read speeds up to 100MB/s(1) and write speeds up to 90MB/s(1).
  • Instantly add up to 256GB (1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.)
  • Store your downloaded games, screenshots and video captures in one place so you can travel light.
  • Lifetime limited warranty(2)
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There's a 256gb SanDisk on prime day deals for 27.99. Just not nintendo branded
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Good price for switch branded card mate
Not sure if you’d get hit with import charges?
RobotError15/07/2019 15:17

Not sure if you’d get hit with import charges?


With Amazon Global you pay Amazon upfront, and Amazon then pays the import fees on your behalf.
Edited by: "jamie15" 15th Jul
RobotError15/07/2019 15:17

Not sure if you’d get hit with import charges?


Amazon US will include the import + handling charges on checkout so you know exactly how much you're paying. Amazon logistics also handles delivery in the UK so you won't get hit with the BS £12 Royal Mail/Parcelforce "handling charge" that they like to charge on top of everything else.

I've bought stuff from Amazon US a few times, and the price on checkout is pretty much your final payment. No extra hidden charges when it arrives in the UK.
Edited by: "Makaijin" 15th Jul
It's asking me to join prime, I have prime :/
timdim15/07/2019 15:30

It's asking me to join prime, I have prime :/


Prime UK and Prime US are completely different services.

As far as the end-user is concerned, Amazon-UK and Amazon-US are different shops, they just happen to share brandinging
There's a 256gb SanDisk on prime day deals for 27.99. Just not nintendo branded
The same deal for the Nintendo branded one is also on the UK site for £46.99
Good if you're stupid enough to buy a licensed card which is no better than a cheaper card with the same spec.

Some humans really are suckers for these gimmicks.
DealJourno15/07/2019 18:16

Good if you're stupid enough to buy a licensed card which is no better …Good if you're stupid enough to buy a licensed card which is no better than a cheaper card with the same spec.Some humans really are suckers for these gimmicks.


just so I'm clear, there is no benefit to these over the normal ones? Why the hell do they exist?
Carson_Official15/07/2019 18:37

just so I'm clear, there is no benefit to these over the normal ones? Why …just so I'm clear, there is no benefit to these over the normal ones? Why the hell do they exist?


I just post em'
Carson_Official15/07/2019 18:37

just so I'm clear, there is no benefit to these over the normal ones? Why …just so I'm clear, there is no benefit to these over the normal ones? Why the hell do they exist?


Marketing and licensing. To make extra money on stuff.

Do people show these things to friends thinking they are better? Surely it gets stuck in the card slot never to be seen again until an upgrade.
phox15/07/2019 15:33

Prime UK and Prime US are completely different services.As far as the …Prime UK and Prime US are completely different services.As far as the end-user is concerned, Amazon-UK and Amazon-US are different shops, they just happen to share brandinging


Are you sure. I order from Amazon US regular when I am over, still get all the regular prime benefits.
DealJourno15/07/2019 18:48

Marketing and licensing. To make extra money on stuff.Do people show these …Marketing and licensing. To make extra money on stuff.Do people show these things to friends thinking they are better? Surely it gets stuck in the card slot never to be seen again until an upgrade.


Basically this! Well hopefully we have educated at least one person to buy wiser today.
ChrisAston-Roebuck15/07/2019 19:01

Are you sure. I order from Amazon US regular when I am over, still get all …Are you sure. I order from Amazon US regular when I am over, still get all the regular prime benefits.


I think some accounts can do so, I know mine's a split account, my US and UK accounts are separate, though they share a user/pass and billing info
phox15/07/2019 19:26

I think some accounts can do so, I know mine's a split account, my US and …I think some accounts can do so, I know mine's a split account, my US and UK accounts are separate, though they share a user/pass and billing info


Yeah same, I have to switch stores in the app but I still get all prime perks
wayneyork15/07/2019 15:35

There's a 256gb SanDisk on prime day deals for 27.99. Just not nintendo …There's a 256gb SanDisk on prime day deals for 27.99. Just not nintendo branded


U3 v U1 speed I think though
Edited by: "kowalski" 16th Jul
Great deal - Heat added.
I know it's quite a big jump but I also noticed this one on Amazon:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
Me personally, if going to spend money on an SD Card I might as well go all out lol
wayneyork16/07/2019 03:37

Both 100mb read and 90mb writeBoth


"U3 v U1 speed I think though"
"Both"

I'm not you are correct here Wayne

You mention a Sandisk 256GB card on offer for £27.99 but I don't think that is U3
Is this what you were referring to - ASIN: B0758NHWS8
"SanDisk Ultra 256 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance Up to 100 MB/s, Class 10, U1"
amazon.co.uk/San…WS8
"up to 100MB/s" read speed, but I cannot see you getting 90MB/s write with this card.



There is a U3 Sandisk 256GB Extreme, but that one is £54.90

This Nintendo card here on this deal is U3 and read 100/write 90 (on paper)
Edited by: "kowalski" 16th Jul
Would this be any good for a Nintendo Switch?
MrAlbert16/07/2019 19:53

Would this be any good for a Nintendo Switch?


Because it has Nintendo Switch written on the side..... Derr
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