The best October Prime Day deals on SSDs, microSD cards and other storage gadgets

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During the first Prime Day of this year in July, we saw a number of our favorite microSD cards, portable drives, internal SSDs and other storage devices fall to record low prices. Now for Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale, many of these items have again been heavily discounted. It’s a good opportunity to buy a new microSD card for your Nintendo Switch, a fast drive for that PS5 that you finally got your hands on, or a pocket-sized SSD for that person in your life who has all their digital stuff She wants to take files with her when she travels. Here are the best storage deals we’ve found for Amazon’s Prime Day in October.

Samsung Pro Plus microSD card

Samsung Pro Plus microSD card


Samsung’s 128GB Pro Plus microSD card is almost half the price, down to just $18 for Prime Day. It also comes with an adapter so you can use it with more types of devices. You get read/write speeds of up to 160MB/s and 120MB/s respectively and a card that is temperature, magnet and drop resistant.

Buy the Pro Plus microSD card (128GB) from Amazon – $18

Crucial MX500 SSD


Crucial’s 1TB MX500 is priced at $76, or 24 percent off the usual price. It’s a good option if you need a standard 2.5-inch drive that works with both laptops and desktops. It also features AES 256-bit hardware encryption and built-in power failure immunity to protect your data.

Buy MX500 (1TB) from Amazon – $76

Samsung T7 shield


Samsung’s new portable SSD T7 Shield is down to $110 for this sale. Samsung only released these drives in April, and they’re designed as more durable versions of the standard T7 series, with added drop protection and an IP65-rated design. The other T7 models are also on sale: you can get the 500GB T7 Touch for $70 and the T7 1TB Drive for $95.

Buy T7 Shield (1TB) at Amazon – $110 Buy T7 Touch (500GB) at Amazon – $70 Buy T7 (1TB) at Amazon – $95

Samsung 980 Pro SSD


Samsung’s 980 Pro is one of the best internal SSDs you can get right now, and it’s currently 44 percent off, down to $129. You get the drive and a heatsink, which means it’s almost ready to use in your new PS5. It has sequential read speeds of up to 7,000MB/s and will work with the PS5 as long as you have a heatsink attached.

Buy Samsung 980 Pro (1TB) at Amazon – $129

Crucial X6 SSD


The Crucial 1TB X6 Compact Portable Hard Drive has been discounted to $80. It supports read speeds of 800MB/s and works with all types of devices including Windows, Mac, Android and iPad devices and even gaming consoles if you have the right connection cable.

Buy Crucial X6 (1TB) at Amazon – $80

Crucial P5 Plus SSD


Crucial’s 2TB P5 Plus SSD is a whopping 47 percent cheaper, down to $170. It’s one of our favorite drives for the PS5, thanks to its 6,600MB/s sequential read speed and relatively budget-friendly starting price.

Buy Crucial P5 Plus (2TB) at Amazon – $170

SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD


SanDisk’s 1TB Extreme Pro SSD is currently down to $170, or 45 percent off its usual price. We like the compact, durable design that’s IP55 water and dust resistant, and the support for read and write speeds of up to 2,000MB/s.

Buy SanDisk Extreme Pro (1TB) at Amazon – $170

Western Digital Red Plus NAS internal hard drive

Western Digital Red Plus NAS internal hard drive

Western digital

WD’s 8TB Red Plus internal drive is almost 50 percent cheaper, dropping to just $130. If you’re ok with adding a hard drive to your system instead of an SSD, this is a great way to get a massive amount of storage space without spending too much money.

Buy Red Plus NAS (8TB) from Amazon – $130

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