Samsung storage sale knocks up to 58% off microSD, SSD, flash drives

Samsung storage sale
Samsung storage is up 58% off at Amazon (Image credit: Samsung)

Amazon is currently slashing up to 58% off select Samsung storage including microSDs, SSDs and flash drives. For a limited time, add more storage to your laptop, tablet, phone, or game console for less. 

One standout deal is the 256GB Samsung Type-C USB Flash Drive for just $27.99. Normally $40, it's now $12 cheaper and just $4 shy of its lowest price ever. With transfer speeds up to 400MB/s, this portable NAND drive transfers 4GB worth of files in a mere 11 seconds. Compact and sleek, it provides reliable USB-C storage on the go. For added peace of mind, it's waterproof, shock-proof, magnet-proof, temperature-proof, and X-ray-proof. Backed by Samsung's 5-year limited warranty, it's a must-buy mobile device accessory.

As part of the sale, Amazon also offers the 500GB Samsung T7 Portable SSD for just $59.99 ($35 off). If you require more storage, you can get the 1TB Samsung T7 SSD for $79 ($20 off). Samsung's Portable T7 SSD makes it fast and easy to transfer and store large files. Pre-formatted in exFAT file format, it instantly adds 1TB of storage to your laptop, tablet, phone or gaming console. 

Looking for an NVMe Internal SSD for your growing PS5 game collection? The Samsung 980 Pro 2TB SSD is now $159 (58% off). Nowadays, you can never have too much storage for games, photos, videos and docs. Whether you're close to maxing out your storage or want to easily transfer files between devices, now's the time to invest. 

Browse more Samsung storage deals from Amazon below. 

Samsung storage deals

Samsung Pro Plus 512GB microSD w/ Reader: $55 $48 @ Amazon
Save $7 on the

Samsung Pro Plus 512GB microSD w/ Reader: $55 $48 @ Amazon
Save $7 on the Samsung Pro Plus 512GB microSD with reader combo. This is a great solution if you want to add storage to a PC that lacks a dedicated card reader. The memory card in this bundle delivers transfer speeds of up to 160MB/s and is suitable for phones, smartphones, tablets, Go Pro action cameras and DJI drones. 

Samsung USB Type-C Flash Drive: $23 $18 @ Amazon

Samsung USB Type-C Flash Drive: $23 $18 @ Amazon
Save $5 on the portable Samsung Type-C Flash Drive. With transfer speeds up to 400MB/s, this portable NAND drive transfers 4GB worth of files in 11 seconds. Samsung's Type-C Flash Drive is waterproof, shock-proof, magnet-proof, temperature-proof and X-ray-proof. Plus, it's backed by Samsung's 5-year limited warranty for added peace of mind. 

Samsung 980 Pro SSD 2TB: $380 $159 @ Amazon

Samsung 980 Pro SSD 2TB: $380 $159 @ Amazon
Save 58% on the 2TB Samsung 980 Pro SSD NVMe Internal SSD. This is an absolute steal for anyone looking to add lightning fast storage space to their desktop. Its read speeds hit 7000MBps, making it twice as fast as PCIe 3.0 SSDs. Amazon also offers the 500GB Samsung 980 Pro SSD for $60 (57% off). 

Samsung Evo Select 512GB microSD: $85 $40 @ Amazon

Samsung Evo Select 512GB microSD: $85 $40 @ Amazon
Save 53% on the 512GB Samsung Evo Select microSD. It's the lowest price ever for this Samsung memory card. It has ultrafast transfer speeds up to 130MB/s and is suitable for recording 1080p and 4K video. It's great for expanding storage on laptops, tablets, smartphones, and Nintendo Switch. 

Samsung Portable SSD T7 500GB: $95 $60 @ Amazon

Samsung Portable SSD T7 500GB: $95 $60 @ Amazon
Now $35 off, the Samsung Portable SSD T7 is down to an all-time low price. It delivers read/write speeds of up to 1,050 MB/s and 1,000 MB/s, respectively on devices with USB 3.2 support. You also get password protection and AES 256-bit hardware encryption for secure file sharing and storage. Samsung bundles it with USB type C to C and USB type C to A cables for hassle free connectivity. If you need more storage, for $20 more, you can get the 1TB Samsung T7 SSD.

Hilda Scott

Hilda Scott uses her combined passion for gadgets and bargain shopping to bring you the best prices on all things tech. She has a bachelor’s degree in film and media studies from Hunter College and 11 years of tech and entertainment journalism. Her work has been featured on Tom’s Guide, iTechPost, Examiner.com, Parlemag, Enstars, and Latin Times. When she's not scouting for the best deals, Hilda’s catching up on her favorite TV shows and pro-wrestling matches.