Save up to 60 percent on all sizes and capacity Sony SD cards at Amazon

If you're in the market for a new high-speed SD card, you'll want to swing by Amazon and have a look at their "Gold Box Deal of the Day." Full size cards, microSD cards, and even a wireless server that uses an SD card for storage have been marked down by up to 60 percent, so there's something for everyone.

One important thing — you'll need to add these to your cart right from the Gold Box Deal web page. Other sellers may be selling the same items and they won't be marked down. And the whole shin-dig is good for today, October 23, only.

Even if your phone or tablet doesn't use SD cards, you probably have a camera or media player that does. Give it a look and see if you can save a few bucks.

Amazon's Gold Box Deal of the day

There are 28 comments

Paul Warner says:

Looks like Amazon's Gold Box link is dead..
"Looking for something?
We're sorry. The Web address you entered is not a functioning page on our site"

Lekoq Grande says:

just went to and got a 32gb micro 18.99..thanx for the info

darkjuan says:

link is broken now

Paul Warner says:

Thanx for the link. Just ordered 2 x 32Gig ones..

Bwahahahaha says:

That link is broken.

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Link is dead for me as well. WTH??

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Adamsville says:

Jerry lied to us :(

gottria says:

Just Google amazon gold box deal and click on the first listing. Good price for the 64gb micro SD but not in stock and says it ships in 1-3 weeks. For $10 more I'll get eh Sandisk that ships today.

Mrshades says:

And don't forget that free shipping on Amazon is now on orders over $35.00. Up from the $25.00 it was yesterday. Lovely.

Dolfan058 says:

What's the difference between:

- Sony 64GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 R40 Memory Card (SF64UY/TQMN) - $33.99
- Sony 64GB Class 10 Micro SDHC R40 Memory Card (SR64UYA/TQMN) - $39.99
- Sony 64GB SDHC UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card (SF64UX/TQN) - $64.99

For reference, these will be going in an HP Chromebook 14


NoNexus says:

No idea look up the specs. For me the most important thing is that it is class 10

My S-Pen went through hell to deliver this important message to you

havanahjoe says:

One is Micro SD, the others are regular size

ScottJ says:

1. Sony 64GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 R40 Memory Card (SF64UY/TQMN)
40 MB/s max read speed

2. Sony 64GB SDHC UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card (SF64UX/TQN)
94 MB/s max read speed

3. Sony 64GB Class 10 Micro SDHC R40 Memory Card (SR64UYA/TQMN)
Micro SD version of #1

RobJBR says:

Too bad PS Vita memory cards aren't included. Only Sony manufactures them and they're SO FREAKING EXPENSIVE for what they are. The Vita should be able to just take micro SD.

I like Sony, but COME ON!

havanahjoe says:

The 64 GB micro SD card ships in 1 to 3 weeks

icebike says:

So what?
You didn't intend to purchase it till you saw the great price.

Still patiently waiting for 128GB microSDXC...

gottria says:

Now that would be nice!!!

illwood says:

Maybe I'm missing something, but these prices match B&H and they also have free shipping on them.

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crxssi says:

Only a 1 year warranty? Blah. Sandisk is lifetime... worth the extra few bucks.

Sandisk microsd cards do not carry lifetime warranties.
They only apply to compact flash and standard sd cards that are the ultra III or Iv's

ScottJ says:

SanDisk cards don't have lifetime warranties...except when they do? Gotcha.

It's funny that I saw this post because I went on Amazon today and saw the deal and i thought this was a great deal! I was wondering if you were going to post about it, and it appears you did! :-)

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I bought my 64g micro sd off eBay for 19...

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ScottJ says:

What brand? What speed? SD cards are definitely items where brands matter. There are a lot of shitty no-name cards out there.

jrsharp70 says:

After having my Note with the SD card and only 16gb of on-board storage, I'll never use a phone that needs one again.

But as always, thanks for the heads-up Jerry.