Samsung 970 Evo Plus, 980 Pro and Evo Plus SD Card up to 31% off at Amazon

A few of Samsung’s ultra-fast SSD variants are currently being discounted with Amazon's Deal of the Day. For example, the 970 EVO Plus 250GB variant is being sold at $22 off, making the usually $69.99 product available for just $47.99. However, there are also deals on other tiers of the SSD, with the 5000GB, 1TB, and 2TB offerings being sold for a discount of $45, $99.63, and $180 respectively.

The 970 EVO Plus SSD boasts impressive read and write speeds, with the company touting speeds of 3,500MB/s and 3,300MB/s, respectively, under ideal conditions. Naturally, the 2TB variant is expected to perform slightly better than the lower storage offerings. While the SSD is based on PCIe 3.0 – unlike the latest 980 Pro –, it offers a great choice for those that want to snag an additional drive for their new PCIe 4.0 PC builds without shelling more for storage or upgrade their storage for older builds.

Amazon is also discounting the 500GB variant of the 980 Pro today, normally costing $149.99, it can now be ordered for $119.99 which is a savings of $38 (36%). The PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD boasts sequential read and write performance levels of up to 6,900MB/s and 5,000MB/s, respectively. Amazon also sells other storage sizes of this drive, but as of writing only the 500GB variant is on a discount.

Lastly, Amazon is also discounting the 256GB variant of the Evo Plus SDXC SD Card. Normally costing $39.99 it can be picked up for $31.99 today, that's a savings of $8 (20%) off. The 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB storage options are also available, but unfortunately, they have not been discounted as part of Amazon's Deal of the Day.

You can head to the Amazon listing here to choose your pick from the listing. Interested users might need to act quickly since these deals are only live for today, January 28.

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