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SanDisk 64GB Micro SD $62.95, 32GB $29.95 / Extreme SD $34.95 / USB 128GB $99.95 + Free Shipping


SanDisk Memory Cards Specials to Grab, Limited Stock Only.
Free Shipping voucher: FREESHIP

SanDisk 64GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10 - $62.95
SanDisk 32GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10 - $29.95
SanDisk 16GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10 - $13.95
SanDisk 8GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10 - $8.95

SanDisk 32GB Micro SDHC Class 4 - $19.95

SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Fit USB Flash - $20.95
SanDisk 16GB Cruzer Fit USB Flash - $12.95
SanDisk 8GB Cruzer Fit USB Flash - $6.95

SanDisk 64GB Cruzer Micro USB Flash - $37.95

SanDisk 128GB Cruzer Glide USB Flash - $99.95

SanDisk 16GB Extreme Flash Drive USB 3.0 - $23.95
SanDisk 32GB Extreme Flash Drive USB 3.0 - $38.95
SanDisk 64GB Extreme Flash Drive USB 3.0 - $69.95

SanDisk 16GB Extreme HD Video SDHC Class 10 - $17.95
SanDisk 32GB Extreme HD Video SDHC Class 10 - $34.95
SanDisk 64GB Extreme HD Video SDHC Class 10 - $70.95
SanDisk 128GB Extreme HD Video SDHC Class 10 - $165.95

SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro SDHC Class 10 - $45.95
SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro SDHC Class 10 - $88.95
SanDisk 64GB Extreme Pro SDHC Class 10 - $179.95

SanDisk 32GB Ultra SDHC 30MB/s Class 10 - $26.95
SanDisk 64GB Ultra SDXC 30MB/s Class 10 - $62.95

SanDisk 16GB Extreme 60MB/s Compact Flash - $64.90
SanDisk 32GB Extreme 60MB/s Compact Flash - $111.90
SanDisk 64GB Extreme 60MB/s Compact Flash - $264.90

SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro 90MB/s Compact Flash - $107.95
SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro 90MB/s Compact Flash - $193.95
SanDisk 64GB Extreme Pro 90MB/s Compact Flash - $385.95

•All our products are brand new genuine products.
•Items will be shipped with Australia Post from our Sydney point.
•Orders are packed/shipped within 1-2 business day.
•Prices include 10% GST + Tax Invoice.
•All SanDisk comes with a 5 year to Lifetime warranty.

Do contact me directly if you have issue with your purchase or product.
Enjoy the deal!

Update 21/9/2012:
We will be running the promotion for another day due to check out error on our website.
The site should be back up tomorrow morning.


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  • Still no class 4 deals like last time?

    • +4 votes

      Hi wildstone,

      We don't keep much stock for the class 4 ones.
      I can do below prices if it's acceptable.

      Micro SD:
      4GB: $3.95
      8GB: $4.95
      16GB: $9.95
      32GB: $19.95

      SDHC Class 4:
      8GB: $7.95
      16GB: $10.95
      32GB: $20.95


  • Good deal. Do any of the micro SD cards come with a decent jewel case? My last one I ordered just came with the SD adapter in a flat plastic cover. They used to be sold in these, why no more?

    • +1 vote

      Hi Jonaseymour,

      We still have those in Class 4, Class 6 & Class 10 comes in retail packaging. No more in plastic package.


      • That answer confused me… So they come with the jewel case? Because the 64GB Class 10 I ordered about 2 weeks ago didn't have one…

    • Don't stress too much, Jonaseymour - you can pick up 10 for $1.19 from this Chinese eBay seller. Less than 12 cents each.
      It still boggles my mind that any profit whatsoever can be made on selling these things at such a ridiculously low price.

  • EDIT: NVM…

    Actually, a good deal with the Free P/H !

  • Damn! Good deal, but too late. Bought yesterday through shopping square.

    I would have much preferred to buy through you.

  • Awesome timing!! I was just after a cheap 32gb SD card :D Thanks

  • I misread that title thinking there was a 128GB MicroSD… "128GB MicroSD!?! Shieeeeeeeeeeeeet"

  • Bought 2x16gb Sandisk microsd from a previous deal and Aus Post lost the package, but MemoryCity handled it very well and I received replacements in two days.

    Its another order in for me

  • Hi Francesca,

    As discussed with You on the 05/Sep/2012 & 06/Sep/12 (OZBargain messaging), I would like to order an
    additional 1 off SanDisk 64GB Extreme Flash Drive USB 3.0 $69-95

    Thus I have sent You a message.

    I look forward to your reply & information regarding delivery.

    Thank You Very Much,

    Best Regards,

    • +2 votes


      I will look into this for you, i can probably deliver it today or tomorrow.


      • Hi Francesca,

        I look forward to your update.

        Thank You Very Much,
        Muchisimas Gracias,

        Best Regards,

  • +1 for Fran. Shes a great rep selling quality merch.

  • Can I whack a 64GB into a Transformer Infinity SD slot and use it without issues?
    Which is the BEST option?

  • Last time I purchased from Memory City I received it in a rather odd packaging.

    It was just a box, memory-card sealed in plastic inside.

    At first I thought it may have been fake/non-genuine but after trying it seemed to work fine (as well as my other card I bought retail).

    Does anyone know where they source their memory cards, and why they have such odd packaging?

    • +6 votes

      Hi Sturmeh,

      Those are the micro SD in bulk packaging, these are the version released by SanDisk for mobile manufacturer / telco across the world.
      I managed to cater supplies for the bulk packaging at better prices so i brought it in and pass the bargains to local buyers.

      Apart from Micro SD that comes in bulk plastic packaging, and some SDHC Class 4.
      All of the other models will come in original SanDisk retail packaging.

      Hope this clears up your query.


      • The packaging it came in is much larger than the one you find in retail stores.

        Can you confirm this is what you are referring to: http://i.imgur.com/yKWmr.jpg

        EDIT: I know it's genuine, but it just seemed odd.

        • Hi,

          SanDisk releases different type of packaging in batch.
          The same model produced in 2011 could have the old packaging and 2012 with a new one.
          It also depends on product demand & supply, if the model is under market shortage we will be getting EU/US type of packaging which is slightly bigger than AP version.

          Hope that clears it up for you.

  • Can we pay with "express paypal" checkout? (without having to sign for another account)?

    • +1 vote

      Hi m2000,

      You can always use the guest checkout and direct you to paypal page for payment.
      That stage doesn't require you to sign up an account, it would just take your information and resend them back to our backend system with your name, shipping details, payment confirmation, etc


  • Can you beat $65 on USB 3.0 64GB stick?

    • +2 votes

      Hi lostn,

      Unfortunately not at this stage, the specials was from distributor last 1-2 weeks price only.
      Only a few retailers managed to catered some stock at low price.
      The price is back up to $7x without delivery.

      Scorptec sells it for $65 + $10 shipping which comes to $75.
      My deal is still better with Free Shipping.
      If Sydney customers would want to pick up for this model, i ll be around Epping/Carlingford area offering this model only for $65.


      • arrrrr!!! I've just bought my 64GB stick yesterday from shopping square ebay for $69~~!!
        As long as you have pick up service for a cheaper price, I will come to you guys next time!
        I just don't like waiting for delivery~ >_<

  • Hi Francesca, possible first time buyer. If I order today will it get shipped today to SA. Only ask because I wont be at work to pick it up on Monday

    • +1 vote

      Hi YellowKnight,

      If you need the goods urgent, please select Express Post shipping.
      I can arrange to ship out to you by today on special request, will be delivered in 1-3 days via Australia Express Post network.

      What is your postcode in SA?


  • Anyone can confirm that the SanDisk 32GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10 will work in my HTC Legend?


  • Could you explain what is the difference between:
    SanDisk 32GB Ultra SDHC 30MB/s Class 10 - $26.95 and
    SanDisk 32GB Extreme HD Video SDHC Class 10 - $33.95??
    Thank you!

  • any discounts on Class 6 32Gig MicroSD?

    • +1 vote

      Hi mikokik5,

      Unfortunately SanDisk do not produce any of the Class 6 models at this stage, they are focusing on Class 10.
      We have sold off all our Class 6, replaced by Class 10 models now


  • hi, how about you Sandisk SSDs? any discounts on those? looking at 240G

    • +1 vote

      Hi mikoki5,

      We don't have any good price on SSD at the moment.
      The best we can do is $199.95 + Free Post


      • how about the 480G? whats the best price you can do?

        • Hi mikokik5,

          We don't actually stock any 480GB, but i would say if you are looking for a bargain price i couldn't help you out.
          It will price around $380-$400


  • Do the ultra micro sd cards class 10 work on the Asus Transformer Prime tablets?

  • +1 vote

    When is the cut off for dispatch today?

    • +2 votes

      Hi k,

      Try my best to do everything off before 3pm.
      Depending your location & special request, i can put your order on first priority once you made payment for your order and provide me with the order #.


  • Hi Francesca, my order number is #006263. I was hoping to get it at work by Friday since I wont be in on Monday and I didn't read your message in time to select Express Post. Anything you can do for my order to get here by Friday would be great. Thanks.

    • +2 votes

      Hi YellowKnight,

      No worries, will arrange.
      I will msg you with the extra shipping fees for Express Post Envelope.
      You can then transfer via Paypal or i ll request from you via your paypal email address.


      • Hi Francesca, sorry about this but on second thought just send it by normal post. I'll arrange something here at work. Great work anyways and keep the bargains coming. I hope this is okay.

  • Last purchase didnt arrive. Emails discussed resending the item - never happened.

    Pay with PayPal, dispute & claim if you have a similar purchase experience.

    • +1 vote

      Hi devz,

      May i know your order #?
      We have 2-3 pending dispute case at the moment, i will check it out for you.
      Sometime it could be courier service fault, we have lost worth over $1k value of goods using Australia Post Express Post, eParcel, Registered Post service without any compensation.
      There is this insurance & transit cover which will cost about $1.5-$3 per $100 value.

      I'm always here to help.


      • Hi Francesca,

        13th Jul = Paid for item (Order #4865)
        30th Jul = Last email from [email protected] (thanking for reconfirmed address)
        16th Aug = Last email from myself asking wtf happened.

        Thanks for the interest regarding this.

        • +1 vote

          I heard that something along the lines of 17,000 items of registered mail go 'missing' each year while in the hands of Australia Post. This is going back a year or two. May be even worse now.

        • Hi,

          I ll put your case as first priority once i get back to work tomorrow morning.
          Leave it with me i ll get it sorted out for you.


        • +1 vote


          That's right, we happened to came across these issue over the few months of trading:-

          1) Mail not delivered, been sent to dead letter office

          2) Lost in transit without tracking number showing up on their tracking page, no compensation from them

          3) Express Post lost a few times without tracking number updated, no compensation from them as well

          4) many more…

          • And they will be telling us sender to wait up for up to 2 weeks of investigation period before they could make a decision on the case we lodged.

          • Most of the time, came back saying "We are sorry, couldn't allocate the package and we can credit you back with the amount of postage charges paid"
            The cost of goods alone could be somehow between $50-$200 and the compensation only covers less than $4 postage.

          However, it is still the easiest and cheapest way to ship orders via Australia Post to entire country.


  • Just bought SanDisk 64GB Extreme Pro SDHC Class 10 - $179.95, for my new Nikon D3200.

    • Just curious, why did you go for the Extreme Pro?


        Hi Francesca. Site wouldn't let me reply above.
        You should have put number 4 as number 1, with number 4 of course being theft. Australia Post has acknowledged in the past that it has a significant issue with workers nicking stuff, and registered mail generally implies 'valuables enclosed'.
        I bought several memory cards over time from Crazysales back when they were competitive on price. All came in the normal mail and none ever went astray.
        Have you tried the regular mail and had big problems? I actually prefer this as an option given that getting to the post office during business hours is an issue for me at the moment (and many other people I suspect). Cheers.

        • "workers nicking stuff, and registered mail generally implies 'valuables enclosed'."

          I was thinking wouldn't it be the other way around too? Regular is untraceable so they steal those, but they could also potentially take the registered mail too (not scan barcode into system at sorting centre). Actually they could take any mail provided they have a rough idea of whats inside due to size, weight…


          A small lump in an envelope in the regular mail is less likely to be perceived as anything of any significant value, whereas a lump in a registered post envelope is more likely to be imagined as being a piece of jewellery, a clutch of giftcards, or a high-end memory card.

  • In electronics if you want to buy the cheapest, Buy one day before you die !

    Rep your deals are so good, I almost want to set an Auto +

    Whenever you post a deal , Add my vote !

  • no ultra SDs???

  • -2 votes

    What's the difference between buying from you and Shopping Square ? Shopping Square's price is less 5c. I know 5c is so tiny, but I guess Shopping Square is a bigger scale shop ? Anyone knows whether SS is genuine supply ?

    • Shopping square have less customers asking stupid questions.

    • Shopping Square mostly ships from China and therefore you will have about a three week wait on anything you order. Plus they are shockingly unreliable. I have ordered three items from them - two didn't arrive and the third was completely different to the description. Then their customer support is also horrendous.

      Memory City on the other hand, is fast, reliable and has some of the best customer service I've ever seen in an online retailer. Worth an extra 5c? I would say yes.

  • SanDisk 32GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10 - $27.95

    The price via the link is actually $2 more ($29.95)?

    • Hi,

      I have sold off the cheap stock for 32GB, the balance ones would be $29.95.
      The 64GB is a bargain price (in fact cheapest in AU), around 100pcs left.


  • Please help me decide…

    Should I be getting this so that I can get use the card in my phone to view photos I've taken using my pocket camera?

    Or do you think I should buy this specifically for camera use?

    I don't do much burst shots. The camera is not particularly good for burst shots anyway. It's an Olympus XZ-1. I also do my HD videos mostly on my phone.

    • +1 vote


      Since you are doing most of your HD videos on your phone and if you don't mind bringing the SD adapter along with you then going for the micro SD is better IMO.


      • how much does it sacrifice in terms of speed when I go the MicroSD way?

        Is the speed stated on the MicroSD spec also achievable when using the SD Card converter (in my camera as an example)?

        • Hi,

          For speed, both have minimum r/w speed of 10MB/s as they are both Class 10 cards.
          Yes, if you are using micro SD converted into SD it will still produce min r/w of 10MB/s up to 30MB/s for micro sd & 45MB/s for extreme hd video.


  • so many choices,I got a SanDisk 8GB Ultra Micro SD Class 10.