Today’s Deals: Samsung Fold, Micro SD Card, and More


You know the drill: you want deals, we’ve got deals. Let’s not waste any time, you’ve got money to save!

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3

The first iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Fold was a bit of a bust. After being sent out to reviewers ahead of the full release, the device all but crumpled in the face of normal use. Issues with the folding hinge, the thin screen, and the novel display technology led to the review units being considered some of the worst smartphones many publications had ever reviewed.

Samsung went back to the drawing board with the device and eventually dropped the new Galaxy Z Fold with updated design touches based on the feedback from the original handheld. And, as a matter of fact, it’s a great device. Now in its third iteration, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the folding smartphone is one of the best devices on the market.

You can get the new Fold 3 on sale right now from Samsung if you trade in an eligible smartphone for it. Depending on what you trade-in, you could get as much as $1,000 off the new folding smartphone! That’s a serious deal for cutting-edge tech like this.

SanDisk 1TB Micro Memory Card

SanDisk is so good at making memory cards that “SD Card” is synonymous with “memory card” in common parlance. It’s easy to see why when you see great devices like this 1TB memory card that’s small enough to fit in a smartphone, digital camera, or Nintendo Switch.

One full terabyte should be enough storage for most normal uses. Sick of running out of room for new games on your Switch, or filling up your camera’s internal memory with photos and videos? A 1TB card should sort that out right away. You can get this device on sale from Amazon today for just $140.


One of the finest roguelike games ever made, Returnal, is on sale right now for just $50. The game launched at $70, like all PS5 exclusives, but has since been discounted by $20. If you haven’t played this excellent third-person shooter yet, and you have a PS5, you owe it to yourself to pick up a copy of this game.

Based on a classic time-loop trope, the game sees its protagonist fighting to get off of a mysterious planet she’s crash-landed on. The game is eerie, haunting, and absolutely gorgeous.