Amazon has Kingston’s microSD cards up to 65% off today only [DEAL]

kingston micro sd card

The day is over halfway expired, but that should be plenty of time to decide if you want to take advantage of a one-day sale Amazon’s having on Kingston MicroSD cards.

We’ve got 8GB all the way through 32GB — sorry, folks, but there aren’t any 128GB models to be found here. The quick breakdown of goods available:

All of them come are class 10 UHS-1 standard, and come with a standard-sized SD adapter for use with any slot that’ll take them.

It’s no SanDisk sale, but Kingston isn’t a bad brand to get behind for reliable, quality microSD cards. Head to Amazon using the links above to check them out if you’re interested (but be quick about it, because it won’t last long).

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  • scoter man1

    These deals are only good if you are an amazon prime memeber or happen to need to buy something else. Otherwise, its just about as much for shipping as it is for the SD card itself.

    Last time you guys tricked me into being excited about the Samsung ones being on sale. Not this time.

    • Chimphappyhour

      Or if you’re ordering something else that qualifies for free shipping. I’m looking at a camera and this might push me over the line of going ahead with the order.

      • scoter man1

        Yeah… but it kinda defeats the purpose of this.

        • Chimphappyhour

          I’m not sure I follow what you’re saying.

  • TheJunkie

    Guys, you can get a sony 64 GB for $40 or a sandisk for $42….do yourself a favor and ignore the kingston one:)

  • Ken Buchinski

    Too bad you can’t use them on Google or android devices anymore!!!!!!
    Only pics and/or music, can’t put apps on them, they’re useless!!

    • Timbo1

      You just contradicted yourself!!! Putting pics and/or music on an SD are use’s for it!!

  • https://plus.google.com/108596272537415356460/posts Jason Farrell

    FYI: Don’t bother buying the kingston “USB 3.0″ usbkeys if you’re expecting them to be fast, and thus a good deal.

    It only writes at 10MB/s; reads at 30MB/s. There are USB 2.0 usbkeys faster than this, and cheaper.

    • chicagoGuy33

      Thanks for the heads up