- 2 of PNY 128GB USB Flash Drives for $35
A pair of PNY Attache 128GB USB Flash Drives for $35 for both ($17.50 each).
Other stores sell this drive for $38 each, and similar drives for about $29 each.
Same-day in-store pickup is available.
Free shipping with a $35+ order.
Unfortunately, the pair of 128GB flash drives total $34.99, just under $35, and don't qualify for free shipping by themselves.
To get free shipping, you need to add something else to your order, like a $1 phone case.
- Western Digital 8TB External/Desktop USB Hard Drive for $180
Western Digital Easystore 8TB External/Desktop USB Hard Drive for $180 today.
Normally at least $200.
Inside the chassis is a Western Digital 8TB hard drive, likely a "Red" model similar to this one, which normally sells for at least $250.
USB drives can be slow, but if you open the drive chassis with a screwdriver, remove the 8TB hard drive, and install the actual hard drive itself to a Serial-ATA interface inside your desktop computer or a Serial-ATA docking station, you can get this 8TB of storage faster than the capabilities of the USB drive.
- Seagate 2TB 7200rpm Hard Drive for $60
Through tonight only, Newegg is selling a Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200rpm Hard Drive for $60 when you apply code EMCRECH32 in the cart.
Valid on up to 5 drives in a single order.
Normally about $67 to $70.
This one has more positive reviews than we have seen with similar 2TB hard drives.
They say it performs about 150 MBytes per second reads and 100 MBytes/sec writes, which is very fast for a hard drive.
If you are looking to get more storage in your desktop computer, more expandable storage with your hard drive docking station, or are building a RAID array for fault-tolerant storage, we would definitely consider this deal.
- Sandisk 256GB USB Flash Drive $40 or $42
Sandisk Cruzer Glide 256GB USB Flash Drive for $40 with free shipping.
Non-Costco members can buy it with a 5% surcharge, or $42.
Many product reviews on Costco.com say this drive reads and writes slowly.
Reviewers on Amazon.com say the same thing, however it is still a good value if you need storage and don't mind the slow speeds.
If the drive performs at 5 MBytes per second (as some reviewers have seen), it can take 14 hours to copy 256GB.