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Costco Wholesale has (for Costco Members), a 2-Pack of 128GB SanDisk Extreme PLUS UHS-I U3 A2 V30 microSDXC Memory Cards (SDSQXBZ-128G-ANCMA) for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jordoday
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This card offers read speeds up to 170MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s.

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Costco Online price is $44.99 - $5 instant rebate = $39.99+tax
$5 manufacturer's savings** is valid 8/5/19 through 8/19/19. While supplies last.

I bought this same pack in my local Costco store about two weeks ago for $49.99+tax They have been great for my GoPro Hero 7 Black.

This is the card you want to use for GoPros, DJI Osmo and other action cameras b/c it can handle extreme write speeds for 4k and high FPS shooting.

https://www.costco.com/SanDisk-Ex...85627.html
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These were $19.99 each from Best Buy for a week during the amazon prime day time.

Great cards that I recommend and for $20 a pop that is a good price.

Don't see many people having a need for 2, 128gb, micro SD cards though (I personally have 4 of them because I own a drone company which multiple drones).

I will say that you should never buy SD cards off of eBay because a lot of them are fakes.

These from costco should be legit.
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Reps at Amazon will promise all sorts of things. I bought a Samsung phone charger once from Amazon sold directly by them and it wouldn't charge very well and I confirmed it was fake. I told them about it and they offered to give me a refund when I shipped it back but they never took down the product or did anything else about it that I know. I wouldn't trust anything like this sold by them.
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I apply this same reasoning to Amazon now, too. Some reports that third party sellers' ("fulfilled by amazon") inventory is mixed with Amazon's inventory, so fakes get mixed in with legitimate ones.
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These were $19.99 each from Best Buy for a week during the amazon prime day time.

Great cards that I recommend and for $20 a pop that is a good price.

Don't see many people having a need for 2, 128gb, micro SD cards though (I personally have 4 of them because I own a drone company which multiple drones).

I will say that you should never buy SD cards off of eBay because a lot of them are fakes.

These from costco should be legit.
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Is this only (edit: online) only?
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These were $19.99 each from Best Buy for a week during the amazon prime day time.

Great cards that I recommend and for $20 a pop that is a good price.

Don't see many people having a need for 2, 128gb, micro SD cards though (I personally have 4 of them because I own a drone company which multiple drones).

I will say that you should never buy SD cards off of eBay because a lot of them are fakes.

These from costco should be legit.
Agreed. The ones from Best Buy can be trusted, and I'm assuming Costco probably has proper supply chain control, but never ever would I trust eBay or Amazon - you're extremely likely to end up with fake cards from both of those places (yes, even if it's sold directly by Amazon - Google it.)

Anyway, I agree with you that these are great cards and this is a great deal. I have 4 as well for convenience with my GoPro. I actually bought these originally back a year and a half ago for like $60 to $70 a piece. Picked up 2 more during the Best Buy sale.
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I will say that you should never buy SD cards off of eBay because a lot of them are fakes.

These from costco should be legit.
I apply this same reasoning to Amazon now, too. Some reports that third party sellers' ("fulfilled by amazon") inventory is mixed with Amazon's inventory, so fakes get mixed in with legitimate ones.
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Would these be good for a dash cam as well? I know there are specific cards to handle the constant write/rewrite and heat in dash cams, but hard to keep up with which one's.
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I apply this same reasoning to Amazon now, too. Some reports that third party sellers' ("fulfilled by amazon") inventory is mixed with Amazon's inventory, so fakes get mixed in with legitimate ones.
I confirmed with a rep who promised me sold and shipped by Amazon is separate inventory.
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I confirmed with a rep who promised me sold and shipped by Amazon is separate inventory.
If that really is the case, then great. But as I have come to know in dealing with customer reps, they are often mistaken.

Basically, I'll continue to verify all my SD cards purchases as genuine.
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Don't see many people having a need for 2, 128gb, micro SD cards though (I personally have 4 of them because I own a drone company which multiple drones).
Well I use these for digital photography all the time. It's cost effective (and better for disaster recovery) for me to just use them as WORM drives rather than messing around with copying files off a card to my network, erasing and reformatting the card, keeping track of which cards have been used or not, etc. Now I just use a card until it's filled, and then file it away in a well-labeled binder. Granted, I usually end up with a copy of my files on the NAS as well (for manipulation, etc.) and from there things are automatically backed up to the cloud, but I don't mind paying for the peace of mind of keeping a physical backup. I have recordable DVDs that have already bit rotted, but ancient flash storage from 90's-era digital cameras still chugs along fine when I need to pull a file off that's not on my NAS.
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Can anyone confirm if best buy would price match? I recently heard/read somewhere that they don't price match Costco anymore and I thought maybe because they realizee that people have to pay for a membership at Costco, so they don't have to price match them?
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Any downside in using with adapter in a camera that needs a regular size sd card?
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