SanDisk microSDXC card (128GB) + Switch Online membership (12-months) – $39.99
This deal saves you $20 on an officially licensed Nintendo Switch microSDXC card from SanDisk along with a one-year membership to Nintendo Switch Online. If you’re in need of a new microSD card for your Switch, this deal is for you.
SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive Go (256GB) – $55.99
If you want a thumb drive that also works with iPhone, the 256GB model of SanDisk’s iXpand Flash Drive Go is on sale for $56. While not the lowest it’s ever been, it’s a good sale on a versatile (and compact) accessory. It fits both USB-A and Lightning devices so you can use it to offload documents, photos and more from your laptop as well as your iPhone.
Crucial MX500 NAND SATA SSD (1TB) – $91.99
Crucial’s MX500 NAND SATA drive (1TB) is down to $92 for Prime Day, which is a new all-time low. This is a rare deal because this SSD in particular doesn’t fall below $100 often. It’s a standard 2.5-inch SSD that will serve both laptops and desktops well, so now’s the time to pick it up if you’re in need of more storage.
WD Gaming Drive (PS4, 4TB) – $92.90
WD’s 4TB Gaming Drive is a great value at this Prime Day-price of $93. This works specifically with PlayStation 4, making it a good investment if you plan on keeping that console for a while longer. If you going to invest in the PlayStation 5 (or one of the new Xbox consoles for that matter), you’re better off getting a smaller, faster SSD.
Lexar Professional 2000x SDXC card (128GB) – $95.99
This 128GB Lexar 2000x SDXC card is a good value for $96. That’s about $6 more than its all-time-low price, but it remains a good deal for photographers and videographers looking for a fast and reliable card with a decent amount of space. If you can sacrifice speed, Lexar’s 1667x SDXC card with 256GB of space is on sale for $53 as well.
CalDigit Tuff Nano SSD (512GB) – $104.95
CalDigit’s Tuff Nano SSD in 512GB is down to $105 when you clip the on-page $25 coupon. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen on this handy portable SSD with good read and write speeds. While the drive itself is IPX7 water-resistant and IPX6 dust-resistant, it also comes with a rubber bumper for extra physical protection.
SanDisk Extreme PRO SSD (1TB) – $154.99
SanDisk’s updated Extreme PRO SSD in 1TB is on sale for $155 and that’s a new low price for the small, durable SSD. This is a piece of storage that you could use for anything and take with you basically anywhere and know it’ll be safe thanks to its numerous physical and digital protections. It’s also a good option for those getting a PlayStation 5 and need more space for all of the PS4 games that will need a new home.