Gold Box Deal of the Day: Up to 60% Off Sony Flash Memory, and Mobile Accessories


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Gold Box Deal of the Day: Up to 60% Off Sony Flash Memory, and Mobile Accessories

Today only, enjoy special savings on the select micro SD cards, SDHC cards, and mobile accessories from Sony. This one-day offer is valid on October 23, 2013, or while supplies last. Discount is already included in the current Amazon.com price. Applies only to purchases made from Amazon.com and does not apply to products purchased from third-party merchants on the Amazon.com website. Return to the Gold Box page.

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