Micron is selling Lexar to China’s Longsys, but if you are a fan of the Lexar Compactflash memory cards regardless, their 128GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Memory Card (UDMA 7) is currently going for $110 on its own, or you can get them as a 2-pack for $200 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Adorama.
If you instead prefer their 64GB Professional 1066x CompactFlash Memory Card (UDMA 7), it is currently going for $60 on its own at B&H Photo or you can get it as a 2-pack for $114 with free shipping at Adorama (it goes for more at B&H).
If you prefer the 32GB version, it goes for $39 on its own, or $75 with free shipping as a 2-pack at B&H Photo and Adorama.
The 256GB has the “higher capacity premium” it is in-stock and shipping sold one by one (no 2-packs available) for $245 with free shipping at Adorama. B&H is out of stock and un-orderable at the moment.
On the other hand if you prefer faster SDXC cards, the 64GB Lexar Professional 2000X SDXC UHS-II U3 is on sale in new condition for the very specific price of $80.65 with free shipping at Amazon by Amazon itself with a limit of up to three per customer at the sale price.
Of the same line, the 128GB model goes for $188.30 (limit 3), while the 32GB model goes for $50 (ships 1-3 weeks; no limits).
These are sale prices, not lightning deals.
PS: starting at 11am ET, Samsung will be revealing live online their explosive new block-buster Note 8 smartphone! I will be live-tweeting / live-trolling this on Twitter 🙂
If you don’t need to receive these immediately, the new condition 2-pack of Lexar Professional 633x SHDC cards is on sale for $30 at Amazon by Amazon itself. The shipping estimate is 1-3 weeks. Or you can get a single single 32GB card fro $16 with a 1-4 weeks shipping estimate.
On the same listing, you can get a single single 64GB version for $26 with a 1-3 weeks shipping estimate as well.
If you are close to $25+/$35+ to get free shipping, check the AmazonBasics posts.
If you want to store your iPhone photography to a microSD card, the Lexar microSD To Lightning Reader, model LRWMLBNL, is on sale for $16 with a limit of three units per customer, in new condition, at Amazon by Amazon itself
On the CFast 2.0 front, the 256GB Lexar Professional 3500x CFast 2.0 memory card is now in-stock and ready to ship at Adorama for $580 with free expedited shipping. Fast card, fast shipping 🙂 You can buy as many as you like. This is model number LC256CRBNA3500.
Or if you are a fan of Sandisk, their 256GB Extreme PRO CFast 2.0 Memory Card is on sale for $680 with free expedited shipping at Adorama and B&H Photo.
If you are looking to transfer photos and files from both your Lightning iPhone/iPad and a USB 3.0 Type A device (PC, laptop, Surface, etc), the new condition 128GB JumpDrive C20i Flash Drive, model LJDC20i-128BBNL, is on sale for $50 with free shipping at Adorama and B&H Photo. Both have it in-stock and shipping. The same price is also offered by Amazon itself but the shipping estimate is “1-4 weeks”.
Among the latest B&HH Sales, you can get a 2-pack of 64GB Lexar Professional 1000x UHS-II SDXC memory cards, model LSD64GCRBNA10002, for $68.70 with free expedited shipping. Limit ten 2-packs per customer during this sale.
Speaking of storage related matters, the SanDisk Extreme PRO SDHC/SDXC UHS-II Card Reader/Writer continues to go for $16 with free shipping at B&H until 7/30/17 at 11:59pm ET. You can buy as many as you want at this price.
This is more of a modest utilitarian doorbuster of sorts, B&H Photo is offering the new condition 32GB Lexar CompactFlash Memory Card Professional (800x UDMA 7, model LCF32GCRBNA800) for $30 with free shipping, with a limit of up to twenty units per customer during this limited time sale… For more action, check their latest featured sales…
Speaking of Lexar, on the SD front, they are offering the 128GB Lexar Professional 1000x UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (Class 10, UHS Speed Class 3, model LSD128CRBNA1000) for $86 with free expedited shipping with a limit of up to twenty units per customer.
Lexar sale time at Amazon, the 128GB Lexar Professional 633x SDXC UHS-I/U1 Card with the Image Rescue 5 Software, model LSD128GCB1NL633, is on sale for the very specific price of $46.49 with free shipping. Limit up to five per customer. This is not a lightning deal.
Sunday often brings new sales of different kinds, and among them there are a couple of Lexars:
+ 128GB Lexar JumpDrive C20m micro-USB to USB 3.1 Flash Drive for $34.39
+ has a Detachable Kickstand; model LJDC20m-128BBNLK
+ limit ten per customer
+ Lexar microSD To Lightning Reader (model LRWMLBNL) for $14.39
In other tech action at Amazon:
+ Norton Security Deluxe – 5 Devices [Key Card] for $30
+ also available as digital download
+ limit one of each
+ secures up to five different PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices
+ ten HP printers on sale (various)
A handful of Lexar card readers are on sale again as follows:
+ Lexar Professional Workflow SR2 SD UHS-II USB 3.0 Reader (model LRWSR2TBNA) for $20
+ reads only SD/SDHC/SDXC cards ~ it’s buried in the name
+ Lexar Professional Workflow CFR1 CompactFlash USB 3.0 Reader (model LRWCFR1TBNA) for $20
+ Lexar Professional Workflow CR1 CFast 2.0 USB 3.0 Reader (model LRWCR1TBNA) for $30
+ Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader (model LRW400CRBNA) for $20
+ this is not a “Workflow” series product
Speaking of Lexar, they have sales on Detachable Kickstand Flash Drives (three options) and Jumpdrive P20 flash drives (two options).
These are not lightning deals. Free shipping for Prime members or with a $35+ order (although sometimes it shows minimum $25, so it may still be in flux, I’m not sure).
If you like to buy your memory cards in pairs, the 2-pack of 128GB Lexar Professional 1000x SDXC UHS-II Cards (model LSD128CRBNA10002) is currently on sale for $133~ with free shipping by Amazon itself while the 2-pack of 64GB cards goes for $64~. Limit five 2-packs per storage option per customer.
The 256GB Lexar CompactFlash Memory Card Professional 800x UDMA 7, model LCF256CRBNA800, is currently on sale for a limited time for $150 with free expedited shipping at B&H Photo with a limit of up to five units per customer during this sale. Expiration time/date unknown (to me).
For more offers, check their reloaded Featured Sales page.
To celebrate the NAB 2017 trade show [see Trade Show Calendar], Adorama is offering 10% off on select Lexar products (eight options, card readers and Professional xQD and Compactflash cards) with coupon code NAB102017 which expires 4/29/17.
As of a 3/11/17 AM recheck, this sale ended…
Flash storage prices continue to drop, now $42 is all it takes to get you the 256GB Lexar Jumpdrive S57 USB 3.0 flash drive sold and shipped by Amazon itself with a limit of up to three per customer. This is color-coded even, orange means 256GB (unless you have different orange flash drives that is). Free shipping for everyone since Amazon’s free shipping minimum is now $35, not $49.
PS: if you buy two of these, or have a $50+ order of products sold and shipped by Amazon itself, you may be able to take advantage of the AMEX $25/$50+ Shop with Points promotion.
On the storage front, the combined Office Depot – Office Max has an online doorbuster of sorts, the 128GB Lexar S57 USB 3.0 Flash Drive is on sale for $20 each. You can buy as many as you like. Store pickup varies by store. Free delivery on orders of $35+ (eg two of these).
Also at Office Depot-MAX, among their Weekly Rewards Offers (page down towards the bottom over there) you can get the previously mentioned 16pk of Duracell single-use AA or AAA batteries for $0.01 (+ Sales Tax (if applicable) on the full amount) after Rewards. These are eligible for online purchase, so you can also get to free shipping with a combination of these and the Lexar flash drive mentioned above.
If you like Lexar SD* and Compactflash memory cards, and want to buy them in multiples of two, Adorama has a Lexar 2-Pack Sale featuring 11 different options. Of those, three are Compactflash 2-packs (32GB/$59, 64GB/$93, 128GB/$167) and the rest are SD* under the Professional 1000X, 633x and 300x kind.
A bit of a memory card doorbuster (since it gets free shipping), it is the 32GB Lexar Professional Class 10 UHS-I U1 633x SDHC Memory Card (Up to 95MB/s Read, Up to 20MB/s Write) going for $10 with free shipping at Adorama. You can buy as many as you like at this price… For more action, check their New Years Sale…
This sale ended…
And now some xQD memory card action, Adorama is offering the 64GB Lexar Professional 2933x XQD 2.0 Memory Card for $80 with free shipping. Limit three per customer at this price. Sale ends 12/21/16 at 10am ET.
If you are a fan of 1000x Lexar Professional SDXC memory cards, their UHS-II Class 10, UHS Speed Class 3 model LSD64GCRBNA1000 is on sale for $30 with free shipping at B&H Photo as one of their on-going sales.
And now some Compactflash action, a 2-pack of 128GB Lexar Professional 1066x memory cards (model LCF128CRBNA10662) is on sale for $180 with free shipping in a chicken-and-the-egg price-match at B&H Photo and Amazon by Amazon itself (limit 10).
If you like to use 32GB SDHC memory cards or that’s the compatible size for your camera/workflow, the 2-pack of 32GB Lexar Professional 633x SDHC UHS-I Card with Image Rescue 5 Software (model LSD32GCB1NL6332) is on sale for $20 at Amazon by Amazon itself. Limit up to ten 2-packs per customer… In terms of bang for the buck, the 2pk of 64GB cards goes for $33, and the 2pk of 128GB cards goes for $65… These “defeat” the 1-packs in price at each size, which is as it should be expected with “volume buy”… The usual free shipping terms apply… Some of them are “temporarily out of stock” but you can purchase them if you like the price…
If you are using a big browser window, you may see them all expanded with their prices in their own boxes. If you are using a smaller window, or depending on whatever other factors the Amazon servers use to decide which web format to use/experiment upon, you may see a more compact display with pull-down menus or sidebar options or who knows what else 🙂
A new 24-hour sale has gone live at Adorama, it is the 256GB Lexar Professional 633x Class 10 UHS-I U3 SDXC Memory Card going for $80 with free shipping. The price before the sale was $109 as of early Thursday.
A modest memory card doorbuster, the 64GB Lexar Professional UHS-I SDXC Memory Card (U1), model LSD64GCB1NL633, is on sale for $15 with free shipping with a limit of three per customer at B&H Photo as one of their Featured Sales.
In addition to the previously mentioned under the radar Lexar sales at Amazon for Tuesday, there is a sale on the 256GB Lexar USB 3.0 flash drive (model LJDS75-256ABNL) for $49 that is either manufacturer-initiated or a series of cascading price-matches at Adorama and B&H Photo and Office Depot (one way to spend any available/remaining/expiring ODP rewards) and Amazon itself.
A 2-pack of 128GB Lexar Professional 633x SDXC UHS-I Class 10 memory cards (model LSD128GCB1NL6332) is on sale for $65 with free shipping, with a limit of ten units per customer, by Amazon itself… On the other hand, if you only want one card, you can get it for $35 with free shipping at B&H Photo…
The 512GB Lexar Portable SSD is now on sale for $100 with free shipping with a limit of three units per customer at Amazon by Amazon itself… Speaking of which, they have a Lexar and Crucial sale that includes these two Lexar card readers until 3am ET on Friday:
+ Lexar Multi-Card 25-In-1 USB 3.0 Reader (LRW025URBNA) for $15
+ Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader (LRW400CRBNA) for $19
One of the many Amazon Gold Box daily deals for Thursday is a Lexar and Crucial sale that includes these two Lexar card readers, with a limit of three of each per customer, with the usual shipping terms, and an expiration date by 3am ET on Friday:
+ Lexar Multi-Card 25-In-1 USB 3.0 Reader (LRW025URBNA) for $15
+ Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader (LRW400CRBNA) for $19
As of a 9:37pm ET recheck, this sold out:
The eBay Deals have their own Black Friday sales, in a herding cats type of a fashion, and among them, there’s a 4TB external hard drive for $90! The BuyDig eBay store is offering the new condition 4TB Seagate Expansion USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive, model STEB4000100, for $90 with free shipping, with a limit of five per buyer. Nearly 500 units have been sold in the last 24 hours per the statistics-in-red-ink over there.
Speaking of storage, the fish-stick or fries equivalent in storage these days are the USB flash drives, so if you want some more fries, the Thursday Lexar and Crucial storage has the following:
+ 256GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (model LJDS75-256ABNL, White) for $36.75
+ 128GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (model LJDS75-128ABNL) for $19
+ 128GB Lexar JumpDrive P20 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (model LJDP20-128CRBNA) for $37.49
+ limit three of each; ends by Fri 3am ET
If you like Vroom-Vroom SDXC memory cards, the 64GB Lexar Professional 2000x UHS-II SDXC Memory Card is now on sale for $82.68 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Amazon by Amazon itself. The exact same price suggests a price match 🙂
Ideally I would prefer to organize all the storage-related offers in a single round-up but the offers come at all times and from all directions, it’s a bit of a herding cats type of thing, since some of them expire quickly.
Speaking of storage, the brand new 256GB Lexar USB 3.0 Flash Drive (JumpDrive S57) is now in-stock and shipping, going for $55 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Amazon by Amazon itself. The 256Gb option currently “defeats” the rest of the models in its own line (16GB to 256GB). This promises up to 150MB/sec transfer speed and 256-bit encryption. It has a sliding cover.
The Lexar Professional Workflow HR1 Four-Bay USB 3.0 Reader Hub, model LRWHR1RBNA, is currently on sale for around $47 shipped by MidWest Photo (MPEX) through Amazon. The price is $40~ plus $7~ shipping. It ships directly from MPEX so it is not Prime eligible. The price at Amazon and others is $54.
They are almost giving these away, the 64GB Lexar JumpDrive S50 USB 2.0 Flash Drive, in purple, model LJDS50-64GABNL, is on sale for $8 at Amazon by Amazon itself. Limit three per customer with the usual free shipping terms. This particular line is color-coded, so the purple is 64GB, the green is 32GB, the teal is 16GB, the carrot is 8GB. The 64GB beats them all in price, let alone GB/$. This is not a lightning deal, so expiration date unknown/market-driven.
The Lexar Multi-Card 25-In-1 USB 3.0 Reader, model LRW025URBNA, is on sale for $23.34 at Amazon by Amazon itself with a limit of 30 per customer. Free shipping for Prime members or with a $49+ order (or $25+ in non-digital books).
This is running in the same product page as the previously mentioned Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader (UDMA 7), model LRW400CRBNA, currently on sale for $20 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Adorama and Amazon by Amazon itself.
The Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader (UDMA 7), model LRW400CRBNA, is currently on sale for $20 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Adorama and Amazon by Amazon itself (Prime or $49+ for free S&H).
B&H Photo is offering a 2-Pack of 64GB Lexar Professional SDXC UHS-II 1000x cards for $50 with free shipping, making it $25 per card. Limit four 2-packs per customer at the discounted price during this limited time sale. Thanks to one of our readers for the Contact Form alert!
Tiny USB flash drives are all the more useful these days with USB OTG and smaller slimmer laptops, which brings us to Lexar’s answer to this genre, their 128GB Lexar JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, model LJDS45-128ABNL, going for $27 at Amazon by Amazon itself.
Transcend is in the game too, their 64GB Transcend Jetflash 710 USB 3.0, model TS64GJF710S, going for $24 at Amazon by Amazon itself in silver and slightly more in gold. The 32GB goes for $12.50, and the 16GB goes for $8. The gold color schemes cost slightly more.
If you don’t need the smaller form factor and instead prefer more conventional flash drives, the 128GB PNY Turbo USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD128TBOP-GE) goes for $20 at the Staples website with a limit of ten per customer. Free store pickup or free shipping if you are a Staples Rewards member (free to join).
On the other hand, if you prefer a Flash Drive that solves the Indecision 2016 problem, the 128GB SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 (model SDDD2-128G-G46) goes for $30. One side is USB 3.0 full size, the other side is micro-USB, so you can access the storage from either side (but not both at the same time, it’s not a “data bridge”).
The 32GB Lexar Professional 1066x UDMA7 CompactFlash is currently for $36.49 at B&H Photo (with free shipping; limit 50 per customer) and at Amazon by Amazon itself (limit 30; free shipping for Prime or with $49+ order).
On the Lexar front, their 128GB CompactFlash Professional 800x UDMA7, model LCF128CRBNA800, is currently on sale for $80 with free shipping at B&H Photo and Amazon itself (limit 5) and Adorama where the 256GB version has the same price per GB as the 128GB ($160). But in terms of GB/$, the 512GB version defeats its line-up siblings at $300.
PRO TIP: since storage capacities are in multiples of two, you don’t have to do the actual math to figure out which one has the best price per GB. Simply see if the price of the next/previous items is twice/half than the current.
This is a fairly new item, so discounts are in their early stages, but there is a discount, you can now get the 512GB Lexar Portable SSD, model LRWSSD512TBNA, for $161 with free shipping. The 256GB model goes for $130, so it’s definitely worth paying an extra $31 to double the storage amount. Limit five per customer at Amazon by Amazon itself.
A Father’s Day e-doorbuster has rolled out at Adorama, you can get the 64GB Lexar SDXC Class 10, 200x Platinum II for $12 with free shipping. Limit ten cards per customer during this limited time flash sale. It is part of their Father’s Day Specials. Keep in mind 200x is slow, so check reviews/tests if speed is a priority!
And now let’s round up some storage-related things, it saves space and readability to get multiple ones in a single post, headlined by the 128GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, model LJDS75-128ABNL, on sale for $24 with a limit of five per customer at Amazon by Amazon itself. In terms of GB/$, this slightly defeats the 256GB version which goes for $50 (limit 30 for this one). Free shipping for Prime members or with a $49+ order.
On the SDXC front, the 64GB Sony Class 10 UHS-1 SDXC up to 70MB/s Memory Card (SF64UY2/TQ) is on sale for $15 each, with a limit of 30 per customer, at Amazon by Amazon itself. This is the “up to 70MB/sec” model. It currently soundly “defeats” in GB/$ the other storage options (8GB to 256GB) in its own sub-line.
Next up, in the land of the eBay Top 100, the BuyDig eBay store is offering a rather unusual promotion, the 128GB Lexar Class 10 633x microSDXC Memory Card along with a $30 Vudu credit and a 3-month Rhapsody music subscription membership for $40 with free shipping. Limit five per customer. The memory card is in Bulk packaging but with a full warranty and is in new condition per the eBay listing. The Vudu/Rhapsody offers are explained further down the product description.
This is perhaps for the more adventurous shoppers, the manufacturer refurbished 2TB Hitachi Ultrastar 7K3000 3.5″ Internal Hard Drive (model HUA723020ALA641) for $35 with free shipping by eBay seller “RefurbForLess” (99.1%, ships from Californication), with a limit of five per customer.
If you like to read memory cards in your spare time, the Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot (one SD, one CF) Reader (UDMA 7) is on sale for $20 with free shipping at B&H Photo. You can buy as many as you like (within reasonable reason since infinity does not exist in retail). Offer ends 5/28/16.
Speaking of memory card sales, Adorama is also having a Lexar Memory Card sale featuring various Compactflash, SD, microSD, USB Type-C and such.
The Sandisk 1-day sale expired…
Adorama is having a 1-Day Sandisk Memory Card Sale featuring Extreme and Extreme PRO Compactflash and SDXC memory cards along with SSDs and flash drives. This sale will last for about 24 hours.
If you like to use USB 3.0 flash drives for data transfers and backups and extra/buffer storage and such, the 256GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, model LJDS75-256ABNL, is currently on sale for $50 with free shipping, with a limit of five per customer at Amazon by Amazon itself. This is a retractable design with a finger operated slider. The specs promise up to 150MB/s read and up to 60MB/s write.
Speaking of Amazon and storage, the 4TB Seagate SATA 6Gb/s 3.5-Inch Desktop HDD (model ST4000DM000) is on sale for $115 with free shipping.