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Removable storage from top brands is heavily discounted for Black Friday

You can never have enough storage for your tech devices, but prices can add up quickly. Thankfully, some major storage brands — including SanDisk, Lexar, and PNY — have a bunch of products on sale for Black Friday. There are more than 30 USB sticks, SD cards, and microSD cards on sale at Amazon, with sizes for every need and prices for every budget.

SanDisk’s Extreme, Extreme Pro, and Ultra microSD and SD cards are ideal for quick removable storage across devices, while the Lexar Professional 1667x and 2000x SD cards might be the right choice for photographers and videographers who need high-quality storage. You’re looking at savings up to 52% off here depending on the you choose.

If you’d rather stick with USB storage, flash drives from PNY and SanDisk are also discounted by up to 38% off. Sizes range from 32GB all the way up to 1TB, so you’re sure to find something that suits your needs and your budget.

Check out a bunch of the more impressive deals right here, but be sure to have a look at the full list of storage Black Friday deals at Amazon. Some of these deals won’t last through the day, so be sure to have a look before they run out. If you’re in search of internal storage for your PC, be sure to have a look at our roundup of the best Black Friday PC parts deals.

Up to 52% off storage solutions from SanDisk, PNY, Lexar, and more at Amazon

SanDisk Extreme 512GB microSD | $15 off

This UHS-I microSD with 512GB capacity is capable of read speeds up to 160MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s. It comes with a U3 speed rating and V30 video speed rating, meaning it’s capable of working with FHD and UHD content.

$69 at Amazon

SanDisk Ultra 400GB microSD | $31 off

The SanDisk Ultra is a UHS-I microSD with read speeds up to 120MB/s. It has a U1 speed rating, it best suited for FHD content. The 400GB model offers the biggest discount, but there are a bunch of other sizes also on sale.

$39 at Amazon

Lexar Professional 1667x 256GB SD | $40 off

The Lexar Professional 1667x SD card steps things up to UHS-II with read speeds up to 250MB/s. It has a U3 speed rating and V60 video rating, it suited for UHD content.

$60 at Amazon

SanDisk 1TB Extreme USB 3.2 flash drive | $30 off

Need a bunch of storage in something that fits on a keyring? The SanDisk Extreme USB stick has 1TB of storage and can hit read speeds up to 420MB/s.

$130 at Amazon

PNY 1TB Elite USB 3.0 flash drive | $70 off

The PNY 1TB Elite USB drive is super tiny, but it offers read speeds up to 400MB/s and write speeds up to 250MB/s. If 1TB seems a bit much, smaller sizes are also on sale.

$130 at Amazon

SanDisk 512GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 flash drive | $11 off

About the size of a 2.4GHz dongle, the SanDisk Ultra Fit flash drive will hardly stick out of your PC’s USB port. It offers read speeds up to 130MB/s, and there are a bunch of smaller options also on sale if 512GB is too much.

$43 at Amazon

You can never have enough storage for your tech devices, but prices can add up quickly. Thankfully, some major storage brands — including SanDisk, Lexar, and PNY — have a bunch of products on sale for Black Friday. There are more than 30 USB sticks, SD cards, and microSD cards on sale at Amazon, with sizes for every need and prices for every budget.

SanDisk’s Extreme, Extreme Pro, and Ultra microSD and SD cards are ideal for quick removable storage across devices, while the Lexar Professional 1667x and 2000x SD cards might be the right choice for photographers and videographers who need high-quality storage. You’re looking at savings up to 52% off here depending on the card you choose.

If you’d rather stick with USB storage, flash drives from PNY and SanDisk are also discounted by up to 38% off. Sizes range from 32GB all the way up to 1TB, so you’re sure to find something that suits your needs and your budget.

Check out a bunch of the more impressive deals right here, but be sur…

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