SanDisk micro SD card is on sale for $22.89 at Amazon [Updated]

Sandisk-class4In case you missed the one-day sale at Fry's last week, which saw 32GB micro SD cards for $20, Amazon's got a similar promotion going on right now: you can pick up a 32GB SanDisk class 4 micro SD card for only $22.89. The normal asking price for this card is $90.99, so this represents a savings of $68.10, or 75% off.

In addition to offering a lot of storage for only a little bit of cash, the SanDisk name has a much better reputation than Patriot, which a few G&E readers pointed out is known for a high failure rate. In fact, SanDisk's quality is so good that this class 4 card has been observed to be twice as fast as cheaper class 10 cards in some benchmark tests.

This card has received overwhelmingly positive reviews on Amazon, comes with a micro SD card adapter, and will be shipped for free to your house in two days if you're already a Prime member. And with this deal arriving in the weeks before preorders start for the HTC EVO 4G LTE, it couldn't have come at a better time.

[Amazon]

Update: A SanDisk 32GB micro SD card, along with an Everything But Stromboli card reader, is also available on Amazon right now for only $22.75. (Thanks, Peter!)

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