SANDISK Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Silver & Black at Currys for £9.99
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SANDISK Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Silver & Black at Currys for £9.99

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Found 20th Dec 2017Edited by:"DingIs"
For those who prefer UK stores, free p&p as well...

Transferring important documents is quick and simple with the SanDisk Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Memory Stick, which features a contemporary and durable design.

Compatible with PCs and Macs, the Ultra Flair delivers fast data transfer speeds thanks to USB 3.0.

For added security you can password-protect the memory stick, while a five year warranty provides extra peace of mind.

Features and benefits
  • High-speed USB 3.0 performance of up to 150MB/s1 (32GB-256GB only)
  • High-speed USB 3.0 performance of up to 130MB/s1 (16GB)
  • Transfer a full-length movie in less than 30 seconds2 (32GB-256GB only)
  • Transfer a full-length movie faster than standard USB 2.0 drives1 (16GB only)
  • Transfer to drive up to 15 times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives1 (32GB-256GB only)
  • Transfer to drive faster than standard USB 2.0 drives1 (16GB only)
  • Sleek, durable metal casing
  • Easy-to-use password protection for your private files3
  • 5-year limited warranty5



NOTE TO PICARD...
I did NOT add any affiliate link to the post, that was automatically done by HDUK.

You're just bitter, stop trolling.

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Thanks Mods, I've removed the Troll pic to calm it down a bit...
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£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!

I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra Fit for £22 only last year!!

COLD.
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Do you get a free cinema ticket?
Edited by: "samirahman3" 20th Dec 2017
srahman351 s ago

Do you get a free cinema ticket?


Think that expired... No Idea..
64gb version of this for £20 isn't bad either I think 🤔
TheUser1231 m ago

64gb version of this for £20 isn't bad either I think 🤔


1p more per 32gb?????

Dunno if I can afford that....
DingIs1 m ago

1p more per 32gb?????Dunno if I can afford that....


LOL
TheUser12318 m ago

64gb version of this for £20 isn't bad either I think 🤔


16 odd quid on amazon
That's just to give you an idea of the dates.

A. You can claim your ticket from 21 days after the date you bought the product and within 30 days of the first day of the claim period. For example, if you buy a qualifying product on 1 November, the claim period will start on 22 November and last until 22 December.
same price as amazon, 64gb is £16.19
£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!

I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra Fit for £22 only last year!!

COLD.
Picard12331 m ago

£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra …£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra Fit for £22 only last year!!COLD.


Remember, memory and SSD has gone up in price.
Is it same price in store ordo you have to click and collect?
Picard1231 h, 7 m ago

£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra …£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra Fit for £22 only last year!!COLD.


Did that include a free cinema ticket, think not!! I might just buy one for the cinema ticket, as the Cineworld in O2 North Greenwich costs around £12 for a movie..
dannyzz37 m ago

Remember, memory and SSD has gone up in price.


Global DRAM prices have gone up but not to the extent that it makes this a good deal.

You can buy a 128GB Ultra for £26-£30, so £10 for 32GB just seems daft.
Edited by: "Picard123" 21st Dec 2017
dannyzz2 h, 56 m ago

Remember, memory and SSD has gone up in price.


Why have prices gone up?
humza75 h, 59 m ago

Did that include a free cinema ticket, think not!! I might just buy one …Did that include a free cinema ticket, think not!! I might just buy one for the cinema ticket, as the Cineworld in O2 North Greenwich costs around £12 for a movie..


If it came with a free cinema ticket, then yes, it would be a good deal but the cinema ticket promotion finished on 17th Dec.

rewardpromotions.co.uk/San…d=4

No cinema ticket to be had by buying product at this point in time.
Heat. I'm sure I paid £16.99 for mine a month or two back.

Beware with this one though, the stick does get extremely hot after it's been connected
If you are near a store these are £9.99 at Currys in store. They’ve been this price for many weeks picked one up myself. Mine actually doesn’t get hot in use. Some of the really small ones are supposed to suffer badly from this (although this is actually quite small).
Maybe I should get one
Picard12310 h, 0 m ago

£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra …£10 for only 32GB is a complete rip off!I bought the 128GB Sandisk Ultra Fit for £22 only last year!!COLD.




Picard1238 h, 52 m ago

Global DRAM prices have gone up but not to the extent that it makes this a …Global DRAM prices have gone up but not to the extent that it makes this a good deal.You can buy a 128GB Ultra for £26-£30, so £10 for 32GB just seems daft.




Post a better deal then?
DingIs25 m ago

Post a better deal then?


I've posted links to loads over the last couple of years.

Even now you can buy a 128GB Sandisk Ultra for around £26-28. Unless of course, you don't know how to use Google or you're simply too lazy.
Edited by: "Picard123" 21st Dec 2017
ITMA28 m ago

Get back to haunting the bitcoin threads


Never been in any bitcoin threads.
dan_lesser1 h, 42 m ago

Some of the really small ones are supposed to suffer badly from this …Some of the really small ones are supposed to suffer badly from this (although this is actually quite small).


That's a bit of a myth caused by people not understanding how they work. The problem is actually caused by the default USB hub setting in Windows 8/10 etc. Change the setting to power down the USB socket when not in use and the nano drives that you refer to never get hot.
Edited by: "Picard123" 21st Dec 2017
Picard12352 m ago

I've posted links to loads over the last couple of years.Even now you can …I've posted links to loads over the last couple of years.Even now you can buy a 128GB Sandisk Ultra for around £26-28. Unless of course, you don't know how to use Google or you're simply too lazy.




You posted one Micro SD card over a year ago...

... and now you're trying to point people to a USB drive that you slagged off only a week or so ago... make your mind up mate...
DingIs31 m ago

You posted one Micro SD card over a year ago... ...



I've posted links to LOADS in multiple deal threads from other people. You only have to have a Google to see how bad your deal is.
DingIs33 m ago

now you're trying to point people to a USB drive that you slagged off only …now you're trying to point people to a USB drive that you slagged off only a week or so ago... make your mind up mate...



OMG. That's a Micro SD Card, not a USB flash drive!

You really don't have a clue do you??
Picard1235 m ago

OMG. That's a Micro SD Card, not a USB flash drive! You really don't have …OMG. That's a Micro SD Card, not a USB flash drive! You really don't have a clue do you??


That was rather my point...

...try posting a deal instead of picking fault with everyone elses...
DingIs36 m ago

That was rather my point... ...try posting a deal instead of picking fault …That was rather my point... ...try posting a deal instead of picking fault with everyone elses...


Like I said already, I've posted links to LOADS of better deals on flash drive previously in multiple different threads.

£10 for a 32GB flash drive is a rip off.
Edited by: "Picard123" 21st Dec 2017
Picard1237 m ago

Like I said already, I've posted links to LOADS of better deals on flash …Like I said already, I've posted links to LOADS of better deals on flash drive previously in multiple different threads.Your deal is just rubbish and at a complete a rip off price.You're only getting votes on because people voting think they're getting a free cinema out of it but that promotion finished last week.




Post a deal then?

I said the cinema offer had probably expired, I haven't included it in the deal as I never knew about it until someone else pointed it out.... it did expire on Sunday, but that's nothign to do with me or my deal...

Oh, and btw...

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End of discussion.
I believe prices are up because the larger companies have bought up the competition.
en.wikipedia.org/wik…ers
Try and catch "Capitalism- a love story"
DingIs1 h, 1 m ago

Post a deal then?I said the cinema offer had probably expired, I haven't …Post a deal then?I said the cinema offer had probably expired, I haven't included it in the deal as I never knew about it until someone else pointed it out.... it did expire on Sunday, but that's nothign to do with me or my deal...Oh, and btw...[Image] [Image] End of discussion.


That's because on here on are stupid - like you they vote on things when they don't even understand the product that they're voting on.

Hell, you don't even know the difference between a MicroSD card and a USB flash drive!

UKUD has been like that since they started getting affiliate from direct retailer retails. Somewhat magically, all those deals now get hot. It's not on merit.
Picard12320 m ago

That's because on here on are stupid - like you they vote on things when …That's because on here on are stupid - like you they vote on things when they don't even understand the product that they're voting on.Hell, you don't even know the difference between a MicroSD card and a USB flash drive! UKUD has been like that since they started getting affiliate from direct retailer retails. Somewhat magically, all those deals now get hot. It's not on merit.


Need a new shovel?
Here is the full price history of this item:

Price history for SanDisk USB 3.0 Ultra Flair 32GB USB Flash Drive - PriceSpy
pricespy.co.uk/pro…563

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Looks like it has been this price since the beginning of November, which probably means it is a duplicate of this deal:

SANDISK Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Silver & Black + 5 Year Guarantee + Odeon Cinema Ticket = £9.99 @ Currys - HotUKDeals
hotukdeals.com/dea…836
Edited by: "m00head" 21st Dec 2017
Same price at Amazon, John Lewis, & PC World:

Best deals on SanDisk USB 3.0 Ultra Flair 32GB USB Flash Drive - PriceSpy
pricespy.co.uk/pro…563
m00head42 m ago

Same price at Amazon, John Lewis, & PC World:Best deals on SanDisk USB 3.0 …Same price at Amazon, John Lewis, & PC World:Best deals on SanDisk USB 3.0 Ultra Flair 32GB USB Flash Drive - PriceSpyhttps://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?p=3359563



John Lewis and Amazon charge postage on your link, £3.50 or £3.99... so not "same price" exactly...

m00head47 m ago

Here is the full price history of this item:Price history for SanDisk USB …Here is the full price history of this item:Price history for SanDisk USB 3.0 Ultra Flair 32GB USB Flash Drive - PriceSpyhttps://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?pu=3359563[Image] Looks like it has been this price since the beginning of November, which probably means it is a duplicate of this deal:SANDISK Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Memory Stick - 32 GB, Silver & Black + 5 Year Guarantee + Odeon Cinema Ticket = £9.99 @ Currys - HotUKDealshttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-ultra-flair-usb-30-memory-stick-32-gb-silver-black-5-year-guarantee-odeon-cinema-ticket-999-currys-2820836


That cinema deal expired on Sunday so it's not a duplicate...
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Heat for the price, although its pretty standard.

Not sure what "For those who prefer UK stores" means in the description. Has there been a slew of memory stick deals posted recently at stores run by johnny foreigner?
Edited by: "deleted849183" 21st Dec 2017
deleted84918321st Dec 2017

Heat for the price, although its pretty standard. Not sure what "For those …Heat for the price, although its pretty standard. Not sure what "For those who prefer UK stores" means in the description. Has there been a slew of memory stick deals posted recently at stores run by johnny foreigner?


Yeah I posted 2 others, but got some iffy comments about foreigners, so posted this as well...
I need a new USB stick ... I normally get the one below for £7.99 but sold out.

carphonewarehouse.com/hom…tml

I have the Groupon £10 Currys voucher that cost £5 so this is just the job to pick up today thanks.
Edited by: "kar999" 21st Dec 2017
Wheres the deal? Where's the deal??? I came in here looking for a deal, where's the deal?
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