Currys have 2x16gb class 10 SD cards for £19

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johnd
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For those who try to buy locally these are pretty good value (Sandisk) http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/sandisk-ultra-class-10-sdhc-memory-card-16-gb-twin-pack-17771646-pdt.html
tom hardwick
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Re: Currys have 2x16gb class 10 SD cards for £19
But then 16gb Transcend class 10s are just over 9 quid each at the moment.
johnd
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Re: Currys have 2x16gb class 10 SD cards for £19
I was quite impressed with the Currys price because I was able to buy locally (and on the day I needed them), I'm assuming the transcend price is online?
tom hardwick
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Yes, online.  I see your point about buying locally but unless you're out shopping (hate it) and pass a Currys then the cost of getting there, parking and so on make it cheaper to buy online even if its dearer if you see what I mean.
Barry Hunter
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Currys do seem pretty competitive! We`ve (I`ve)smiley just treated my self to a new TV, a Samsung series 8 3D TV & Currys were the cheapest I could find on the high street & only £10.00 dearer than online!

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infocus2
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Re: Currys have 2x16gb class 10 SD cards for £19
Worth noting they are the Sandisk "Ultra" range - at sites like "MyMemory" you can get the far higher performing "Extreme" range (quoted at 45MBs -  or 360Mbs) for only a couple of pounds more at the moment: http://www.mymemory.co.uk/SDHC/SanDisk/SanDisk-16GB-Extreme-SD-Card-%28SDHC%29-45MB_s---Class-10
Grazie
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H and M Video
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