Sandisk Extreme Rebates

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Seeing how much video footage I can collect in a single wedding event this past weekend, I began my search for more Compact flash storage. Sandisk is one of those brands that you can't go wrong with, but the cheapest Sandisk 32GB Compact Flash Card on eBay right now for the SanDisk Extreme 60MB/sec 400x would be about $184 dollars. Luckily for me, the SanDisk rebates are available over at that allows you to save $70 dollars off the purchase of 2 cards making that price a sweet $155 each. Such a good price, it even beats out the rebate for (2) 16GB Sandisk Extreme Compact Flashcards.

It's a 'Limit Two Cards per Redemption Claim', but it's 'Limit Three Claims Per Household'. So with a bit of creativeness, you can get up to six cards per household. You can find those Sandisk Rebates going on Right Now Here.

7 thoughts on “Sandisk Extreme Rebates

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  2. Serge

    I have had my 5- 32 Gig Trancend CF cards for almost 2 years now, I purchased them in Japan and I have abused them on my 40D, 50D and now on my 7D, Original 5D and now on my 5D mark 2 doing tons of weddings and Events, I have loaned them out to others as well and have yet to have an issue with them.

    I have used 2 at a time on my Nano Flash to capture the highest format of video with my Ex3 and they play very well.

  3. Jason

    Although it's not CF, I have a 16GB class SDHC I paid $42 for..

    I normally don't buy brands I'm not familiar with but I also heavily do research before I buy any of my electronics..From what I read before I bought it was the best deal (performance and reliability too) out for a class 10 SDHC card..

    I've had it for a few months now and as far as I can tell its rock solid. I've haven't really abused it to much or maxed it out day in and day out but I've used for it shooting mutiple 100s of photos and tons of video..I've formatted it a bunch of times and it still just as good as when I bought it..

    The real test will be this weekend for my first official 'big boy' gig..And my HD96Z might not arrive in time!!

  4. Allan

    The amazon price for the 32GB card is $10 cheaper than newegg, which is excellent. The 64GB is $195 at both vendors. There are also a number of customer reviews from the amazon and newegg sites.

    Some folks from the FredMiranda forums have posted their results from a stills/video standpoint regarding the 400x Transcend CF cards and the 7D

    I got the Transcend CF cards back in May and have not had one dropout from any video clips from the 5D Mark II. Previously I had 32GB Kingston Elite Pro 133x cards, and they worked for a few months, but I would randomly get videos that would stop recording (even prior to the 5D Mark II 24p firmware update with the increased 44Mbit datarate of the 7D). This prompted me to look at higher end cards like the Transcend 400x and up (they sell 600x cards to match Sandisk's Extreme Pro 90MB/sec also).

    Rob Galbraith back in september 09 did a review of the Transcend 600x cards with the Sandisk Extreme and a lesser known brand called Photofast cards, from a stills, not video, standpoint.

  5. Emm

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    Here's the same cards via Amazon and looks cheaper. I really truly trust Sandisk, and whenever there is a deal i'm all over it. I am slowly working my way to trusting Transcend, but the deal on Sandisk is really good. Anyone else have experience with these Transcend Cards?

    Or if you're a shopper, they've got these Transcend 32GB 400x Compact Flash cards at the discount price also.

  6. Allan

    Hey Emm A good alternative to the Sandisk Extreme 60MB/sec cards are the Transcend 400x (60MB) series of compactflash cards. I have two of the 64GB cards, $195 at Newegg for the 5D Mark II and Nikon D700. The 32GB cards are $120. For T2i users,

    64GB Transcend 400x (60MB) -
    32GB Transcend 400x (60MB) -

    T2i users, newegg sells the 32GB Class 6 Transcend SDHC card for $100 -

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