The day sale from Amazon & # 039; on PNY storage products offers new low prices

PNY storage products, from SD cards to flash drives and more, can only be purchased at Amazon for one day. Some of the items on sale today are even at new low prices, so it's the perfect time to make your move if you need a larger or more reliable storage solution for some of your devices, whether it's a computer, camera, Nintendo Switch or your phone.

The most affordable way to store important data and transfer files in today's sales is to include a USB flash drive; the PNY Turbo 64 GB USB 3.0 flash drive is only $ 8.99, or you can choose the 32 GB or 128 GB models of that drive for $ 5.99 or $ 17.49 respectively. This brings all of them back to some of their best prices ever, so you can't lose whatever you buy.

There is also a selection of SD cards on sale, such as the PNY Elite Performance 64 GB memory SDXC card for $ 13.97. This card is also available in 128 GB and 256 GB formats for $ 23.99 and $ 46.99 respectively. Meanwhile, there are microSD options such as the Elite 512GB MicroSDXC card for $ 109.99. That deal saves you more than $ 115 off the average price there and also marks a new low for the product.

Several other PNY products are now also available, such as the small Elite-X Fit 64 GB USB 3.0 flash drive with a new low of $ 9.99, so make sure you visit the full sale before it ends later tonight.

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