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SanDisk Extreme 32GB MicroSD $24 & Kingston 16GB MicroSD $7 Delivered @ Shopping Express

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Another fabulous deal from Shopping Express, and easily the best prices in Australia. SanDisk has great specs with 60MB/s read & 40MB/s write speeds. Obviously, the Kingston is a slower beast but still a class 10 product and no slouch. Here are the individual links for each:

SanDisk Extreme 32GB MicroSD $24
Kingston 16GB MicroSD & Adapter $7

Sale is limited to one of each per customer. Apply coupon extremearse at checkout and select your preferred delivery option, which will be deducted from the final price. All stock is shipped from Australia, and should be delivered within 1-2 business days. All the best :)

I receive no financial benefit from posting these coupon deals. Never have, never will.

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    Dumped PC Byte this time.

  • +5 votes

    This is worthy of an upvote for the coupon alone.

    • +2 votes

      Personally waiting for his deal on 'Hole Proof' brand socks… guess its all a matter of finding the right coupon name though…

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      Did TA conspire with shoppingexpress to produce this coupon code? lol

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    The 'Kingston 16GB MicroSD' is NOT the Extreme version.. please.. :)

  • +4 votes

    "I receive no financial benefit from posting these coupon deals. Never have, never will."

    Good on you for the service, TA!

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    So many different microSD deals lately!

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    very tempting.
    Almost as good as the $22 32 GB Samsung Pro deal from MSY a few days ago.

  • +9 votes

    Every time I buy one of these special priced offers I say to myself "that's it, I possibly won't need another sd card" and then the following day.. Is there an SD card anonymous support group?

    • +7 votes

      Yes - it's right after the eneloop support group and just before the "Too many Udemy courses to complete in my lifetime" support group meets.

      • +2 votes

        …..and u may have to attend the "Way too many FREE Amazon Kindle ebooks to read" support group as well, lol

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    Thanks TA. Picked up a 32GB card. Awesome price.

  • +1 vote

    32GB would suit my new dash cam nicely :D

    Tightarse, I'm looking to move my parents to Windows 10 at the start of August. Whoever built their computer decided to use a WD Green hard drive for some reason and it's really slow. If you could use your powers of persuasion to pump out a ~500GB SSD deal I would love you forever.

  • +2 votes

    Now,since this deal come out quite frequently,
    I honestly reckon that we can update our ENELOOPS joke with SD-card-shoved-up-on-someone-arses

  • +4 votes

    Kingston SD card says Taiwan and adapter says China? Huh? Legit? I like the price a lot but I'm shallow and it looks ugly and will look out of place with my Samsung ones =/

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    +1 because of the coupon code

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    I tried to use the code on Kingston 16GB microSDHC Card+Adapter but got this error :( Special Discount 'extremarse' is invalid.

  • +2 votes

    TA, you're going to send me BROKE. BROKE!

    • +1 vote

      I already filed for bankruptcy

      • +1 vote

        I already filed for bankruptcy

        ITSA has rejected mine. Reason: You're not "broke" enough. Go buy some more of TA's recommendation and come back when you run out of places to store them.

  • +9 votes

    I just googled this discount code… Ozbargain is not what I found ;)

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    MicroSD, can be use for DSLR camera ? Its more for phone right ?

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    Thanks TA, needed one and couldn't make it to the store!

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    Discount code seems to apply free shipping across the whole order as long as you have one of the memory cards in cart.

  • +2 votes

    Loving the microSD deals and have picked up a couple … any chance you can work some magic on fast usb 3 sticks? Maybe 64GB or 128GB? Thanks for all your efforts!

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    Any deals on normal SD cards? Need one for my digital camera. Are you able to use an adapter and buy a microsd card?

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    Thanks TA, ordered one. :)

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    Reports on the web suggest the Kingston writes at speeds of 4 mb/s or less..

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      It's a class 10, so that's not really possible, unless you're talking about random writes, in which case it wouldn't surprise me.

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    If tightarese can match MSY bargain of :

    $22 32 GB Samsung Pro (90MB/s read, 80MB/s write)
    Retail pack only

    I will take a bow, lets see what PCByte and SE is capable of.

  • +2 votes

    @TA: get onto the liquor stores (dan murphies etc) we could all use cartons of beer for dirt cheap!

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    Whilst TA would be unlikely to deal with Top Buy I would love to see Top Arse as a code.

  • +4 votes

    If my girl sees another memory card in the mail she's going to go boonta!

  • +1 vote

    Cheers TA and Shopping Express. Good price.

  • +1 vote

    Seriously TA are you on some kind of a missions to destory everyone's wallet? 3 days and bought 3 SD cards in a row. I so feel Like Getting the 7 dollar one again for some reason.

    Another day, another SD bought that we don't need.

    See you tomorrow TA and the rest of SD cards anonymous.

    • +1 vote

      It's not his mission to destroy wallets, quite the opposite. He's mission is to find bargains and continue in the traditions of his tight-arse ancestry .

    • +6 votes

      Hi jeronrocks.

      No idea what your motive is to post a PC Byte 'issue' on an SE deal, but let me assure you that PC Byte (and Shopping Express for that matter) has sold many many thousands of cards via OzB to extremely happy customers. I'm quite sure there would have been an uproar by now if fakes were suspected. Agree?

      One person recently posted a forum topic complete with photos, links, and observations claiming he received a fake as well. He said he would update the post later in the day after he had a chance to run tests and speak to the manufacturer. 8 hours later, he asked the mods to delete the forum.

      Before you go jumping to the same conclusions, I'd suggest you give PC Byte a call (specifically Francesca) on 02 9748 8958 and tell them why you 'suspect' yours is a fake. They will happily refund you if you're not happy with what they have to say. Posting claims of 'fake' on here without proof benefits no-one.

      • +2 votes

        8 hours later, he asked the mods to delete the forum

        Seems a bit drastic…

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          He knew he was wrong and very embarrassed. Didn't want other people reading his ridiculous claims.

        • +3 votes

          @nocure:

          It's the context, to me it reads like he asked for the entire forum to be deleted, not just one individual post. Can't believe this whooshed over at least 2 heads so far!

          It was a tongue in cheek comment made due to what seemed to be a typo, that's all.

        • -1 vote

          @foobar:

          It was an entire forum topic, not just a single comment in a post.

        • +2 votes

          @tightarse:

          It was an entire forum. He started a forum specifically stating claims of fake in the title.

          Huh? Automtive is a "forum" as is everything else under forums, how did he add one?

          You start by saying they posted a forum topic

          One person recently posted a forum topic

          Then that they asked for the forum (not the topic/threat) be deleted

          8 hours later, he asked the mods to delete the forum.

          … and now you've edited to say topic instead of entire forum which is/was my point exactly.

          I agree with you, no way they're fakes, all my comment was about was the request to delete a forum rather than a topic. Amazing how something so simple can escape so many and cause so much drama!

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    Might be time to create a new title associated to a user when posting deals such as "supreme negotiator" that could only be used by TA! $7 gone from my wallet.

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    Rep can you please help. I just order the $7 Kingston but try to order the SanDisk it said i can't use the code again. Is it possible you can add the SanDisk with the order together for me?

    Order no. #N00243118‏

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    Thanks TA. Needed the cards today and pricematched at OW.

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      …pricematched at OW

      Really? How? OW don't price-beat deals with coupons.

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        Funny that - I wanted two and had to go to two different OW (as the first one I went to had only one in stock) in the SE burbs of Melbourne and they did it with no questions asked…

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    Will this be quick enough to use as extra storage in a laptop?

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    I was just looking for a fast 32GB card for my DSLR last night! Your timing is impeccable TA, thanks!

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    We're seeing a lot of arses lately but I'm not complaining

  • +6 votes

    Just my two cents, would it be worth ozbargain having a 'group by in' feature? where items we want as a group are categorised, ie sd cards, cameras, tablets, cat food, dog food, eneloop batteries, hard drives, processors etc (model specific of course), and people submit a price range, quantity and how long they are willing to wait.

    A supplier like the few on here who have given us nice discounts, can go into that section and see that 100 people are willing in the next week to buy a 32gb card between $20-$30 …. They create an offer and know straight away that they will have the number of buyers (with those who expressed an interest being first in line and with preference).

    I know that there will be some who would not go ahead with a purchase even after expressing an interest, but instead of posts being filled with 'how about offering xyz or can you ask for a deal on xyz' why not create a system to allow people to submit an interest in what they want and then sellers can see what people are after and have a good idea of cost expectation, quantity and timeframes?

    If its done under ozbargain it leverages on a large purchase base, and when a deal is expired the bargain post can have a link saying 'the 32gb sdcard is sold out but you can express an interest in the active 32gb Sandisk group buy request page' or alternative 'Would you like to create a group buy in request?'…

    Group buy in is just the term that came to mind but I'm sure there's a proper term for what I'm describing (its Friday evening my brain is half awake).

    • +1 vote

      The problem I would have is… I don't 'want' anything inparticular until I see it pop up on OzBargain…

      Is that just me?

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        often i'll see something on here that i hadn't thought to buy in the first place

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        So if I was to tell you that 67 ozbargain members have put forward a request for a 64gb Sandisc pro extreme within the next month for between $50-$60 would you be interested? :)

        Perhaps spindle of 50 quality Verbatim BD-R for $40 delivered ?

        (just throwing around hypotheticals) but yes I can see your point and it is a valid one - the majority of my purchasing through ozbargain is spur of the moment -, but sometimes you have an idea ahead of time of a product you've seen that you might want (especially if its a newly released product advertised - ie new phone, hard drive, keyboard, camera, lens etc….)

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          What if I suggest I can guarantee at least 100 OB members will buy 128GB Lexar 633x microSD card for $50 each, can I ask for a group buy?

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          @edfoo:

          Why stop at $50? Why not $20?

          I spose you could ask to sell for $50 (you neglected to say with delivery, so a seller could charge $50 postage and handling per card hehe) but in all seriousness would a seller/company be willing to sell it at or below cost at $50? (at least in this point in time in 2 years time 128gb might be $30 for all we know).

          I think if one is going to ask for a low price you'd try to be somewhat realistic — ie 10-20% below the standard price perhaps? And if the seller sells for less than you are willing to pay all the better.

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          @digitalaxon: That's the point. What is considered realistic to you, might not be realistic to the sellers. So asking for a local seller to sell you a Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB microSD card for $50-$60 might be unrealistic to them at the moment.

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          @edfoo:

          I was merely using it as an example and my apologies if my hypothetical was badly expressed, in reflection my example may have been somewhat overly enthusiastic as to paint an unrealistic price expectation given flash prices at this current point in time.

          You could pick apart any proposed system and expose its shortcomings if you wanted to and I'm not implying that what I'm suggesting is perfect or the ideal solution given it was a rough suggestion and thought bubble for consideration.

          Incidentally the cheapest price we've of course seen the sandisks was $52 for a 32gb and $85 for a 64 and B&H are currently selling the Sandisk extreme pro 64gb for AU$71.73 (not including delivery which is around AU$10.75)…

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    I am poor, TA. Mercy pls….

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    Coming up as $24 with postagE.😬

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