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SanDisk Secure Digital (SD) Card 2GB - FIVE PACK £16.99 @ PicStop
SanDisk Secure Digital (SD) Card 2GB -  FIVE PACK £16.99 @ PicStop

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Someone tell me these are good for the Wii and I'll snap 'em up

ElBuc;3459447

Someone tell me these are good for the Wii and I'll snap 'em up



:thumbsup: fill your boots

ElBuc;3459447

Someone tell me these are good for the Wii and I'll snap 'em up



You don't have to buy Nintendo branded SD cards, any old SD cards will work so purchase all you want

HDTV10 gives free delivery

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SanDisk Micro SDHC (CLASS 2) - 4GB - TRIPLE PACK 1 £17.99 £17.99

Postage £2.50 £2.50

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Discount: £2.50
TOTAL: £17.99

I bet/wonder if someone can find branded sd card or cards cheaper?

Cold. Individual 2GB SD cards at [url]www.MemoryBits.co.uk[/url] are only £3, compared to the equivelent of £3.60 being charged here. Also, since memorybits sell individually, you're not forced to buy a pile of cards of which half you'll probably never use. Also also, SDHC means you can get 16GB in a single card for less money, if your device supports it.

£1.99 for Kingston 2GB cards here.
memorymegastore.com/mor…2GB
Postage a bit steep at £4.50 but that makes 5 x 2GB for £14.49.
Ordered 5 in september and got them no problem!

dxx;3460597

Cold. Individual 2GB SD cards at [url]www.MemoryBits.co.uk[/url] are only … Cold. Individual 2GB SD cards at [url]www.MemoryBits.co.uk[/url] are only £3, compared to the equivelent of £3.60 being charged here. Also, since memorybits sell individually, you're not forced to buy a pile of cards of which half you'll probably never use. Also also, SDHC means you can get 16GB in a single card for less money, if your device supports it.




I have never used memrybits before.

Which ones are £3, and does that include P&P?

thesaint;3460726

I have never used memrybits before.Which ones are £3, and does that … I have never used memrybits before.Which ones are £3, and does that include P&P?



Are you actually looking for an answer, or are you just doing your forum police thing?

dxx;3461120

Are you actually looking for an answer, or are you just doing your forum … Are you actually looking for an answer, or are you just doing your forum police thing?



They dont seem to stock them for £3. £3.11 seems cheapest. 5x of those and you've spent £17.54 inc p&p.

dxx;3460597

Cold. Individual 2GB SD cards at ]www.MemoryBits.co.uk are only £3, … Cold. Individual 2GB SD cards at ]www.MemoryBits.co.uk are only £3, compared to the equivelent of £3.60 being charged here. Also, since memorybits sell individually, you're not forced to buy a pile of cards of which half you'll probably never use. Also also, SDHC means you can get 16GB in a single card for less money, if your device supports it.


Cheapest I can find is £3.11 plus £1.99 postage for order under £20 - so if you buy 4 it works out at £3.60 a card anyway for that well known brand 'Transcend'.
I know which ones I'd be buying! - cheers OP.

dxx;3461120

Are you actually looking for an answer, or are you just doing your forum … Are you actually looking for an answer, or are you just doing your forum police thing?



That's a "No" then?
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