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Samsung MicroSD - 32GB $9 (Was $18), 64GB $14 (Was $28), 128GB $34 (Was $58), 256GB $82 (Was $108), 512GB $190 (Was $248) @ HN

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Samsung MicroSD sale in Harvey Norman:
* 32GB $9 (was $18)
* 64GB $14 (was $28)
* 128GB $34 (was $58)
* 256GB $82 (was $108)
* 512GB $190 (was $248)

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  • +1 vote
    • 64GB $58 (was $28)

    think you got this the wrong way around…

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      $28 is a fair bit to pay for a 64gb too

      • +1 vote

        it is actually $14 was $28

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      Changed it…. $14, was $28.

    • +2 votes

      No, this is Harvey Norman so sounds about right

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    I Think there is typo for 64 gb

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      Changed it…. $14, was $28.

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    Gerry was in the title.

  • +3 votes

    The larger capacities seem much cheaper from Amazon.

    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0887P21Z2

    [email protected]$50.14
    [email protected]$129.95

    Free delivery with prime.

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      gerry harvey tax

      the low capacities seem competitive

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      Think you are comparing to the GREEN Evo Select? That is an AMAZON only product.

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      Got this two weeks ago 256GB for $45.96

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    Not much of a saving especially with Shipping costs.

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      Agreed. The prices don't look enticing

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    I have noticed by keeping storage high slows my phone considerably. Google drive is way to go or transfer the photos and videos to external storage.

  • +1 vote

    'Samsung MicroSD' is like saying 'Toyota car'. Please list the actual model name.

    • note that my comment will likely be confusing to future readers if the title of the thread is changed.
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      Got my DeLorean with me. I am still confused.

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        Let's put it this way - is $40k a good price for a Toyota car? If you specify whether it's a Yaris or a LandCruiser, then the question makes sense.

        Samsung makes about 5 different models of Micro SD cards with large differences in performance.

        • -1 vote

          Not in Australia…. Evo Plus and Pro Endurance. Not that difficult :-)

  • +1 vote

    $190 for 512gb is highway robbery especially that competitors are offering similar products for almost half the price. There is also an oversupply for flash memory so expect prices to fall further.

    Edit: seems like <128GB is worth looking at, 256GB and 512GB is still a rip off.

    • -2 votes

      Which manufacturer has a 512gb cheaper? Pls share?

      • +5 votes

        SanDisk Ultra microSDXC Card, 512 GB, SDSQUAR-512G-GN6MA, $130
        Sandisk Extreme microSDXC 512GB(SDSQXA1-512G-GN6), $152.11
        Samsung EVO Select 512GB $134.54

        hell even the extreme pro is cheaper

        Sandisk Extreme Pro 512gb, $186.45

        and those are just the well known name brands

        Lexar 512gb, $120
        Patriot 512gb $110

        This listing is no bargain, just another Gerry scam

        Also thanks for the downvotes on the parent comment.

        • +2 votes

          I didn't….. I don't down vote. Everyone has an opinion…

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          You can thank those Karens for the negs.

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          appreciate your comments, to be fair
          1) Amazon works off small margins
          2) 512GB Ultra, probably should be scoped against the Extreeme Pro?
          3) shouldnt be shared as a 'scam' as you put it when its the RRP's from supplier that these are set from….

          • +2 votes

            @Icedog1981:

            1) Amazon works off small margins

            What's that got to do with the customer? Doesn't matter to the buyer if the retailer is selling for a small profit or a gazillion percentage profit - the buyer is the one paying for it. It's not like Harvey Norman gives you better service and delivery - if anything, Amazon is also the winner in that category

            2) 512GB Ultra, probably should be scoped against the Extreeme Pro?

            Not sure what your point is here either - The Extreme Pro is much better than your listed Evo Plus AND it's cheaper.

            If you want only apples to apples comparison, then here. Prices vary for the 512GB Evo Plus but you have ELEVEN other stores selling for less then HN, and 2 selling for a few dollars more, and 2 others selling for $229 and $249.

            3) shouldnt be shared as a 'scam' as you put it when its the RRP's from supplier that these are set from….

            You may feel scam is a strong word, but that's what people might feel when they realise Harvey Norman's regular price is no where near competitive. How would you feel walking into a store, having a salesperson give you their sales pitch and walking out buying what they suggested… then going across the road and realising that their 'normal' price is a significant amount cheaper than what you just bought "on sale"? Lied to? Taken advantage of? Scammed, perhaps?

      • +2 votes

        Gerry's price was a joke to begin with, but his 'sale' 512GB price is still no good.

        Here's a quick google search

        You can get much better bang for your buck elsewhere

  •  

    Interesting, price per GB seems 64GB is the cheapest

    • 32GB $9 (@ 28c)
    • 64GB $14 (@ 21.8c)
    • 128GB $34 (@ 26.5c)
    • 256GB $82 (@ 32c)
    • 512GB $190 (@ 37c)
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    Terrible prices. 128gb, 256gb and 512gb are still overpriced here. Even on sale can be had cheaper elsewhere delivered, without needing to venture into store or add the extra delivery cost.

  • +1 vote

    Up to 128gb those prices are ok. 256 and over you'll get them cheaper in plenty of places.

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    Hrmmm, got a SanDisk Ultra 128GB MicroSD for $19.95 the other day (Thanks OzB!), so $34 is too rich for my blood.

    I guess these are good prices compared to standard Harvey Norman pricing though, but that's not saying much…

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    Thanks, needed the 32gb for my Raspberry Pi.