Samsung T5 1TB SSD’s are going for $79 on eBay: Here’s how to get the deal

Posted: 8 August 2019 9:17 am
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You're going to have to be quick – this bargain is only around for 7 hours.

Off the back of an absolutely killer deal on Airpods, eBay is back again with another insane one-day-only bargain for its Plus members. In conjunction with Bing Lee, eBay is slashing the price of Samsung's T5 1TB Portable SSD's from $269 down to a measly $79, which will save you a huge $190.

Similar to the Airpods deal, the offer will begin at 10am today (8 August) and will see 100 units of the product dropped at the discounted price every hour on the hour up until 4.00pm. So, what's the catch? Well, besides needing super speed to add the product to cart before it sells out, you'll also need to be an eBay Plus member. Given that a membership includes free shipping on millions of items and a 30-day trial period to try the service risk-free, it's definitely worth signing up if you haven't done so already.

This is now the second massive deal eBay has run for its Plus members in a matter of weeks too, meaning that we can expect plenty more exclusive deals for members in the near future. An eBay Plus membership will cost you $49 for 12 months and also includes free returns and bonus flybuys points. You can read more about eBay Plus here.

Samsung 1TB SSD

For those who aren't familiar, the Samsung T5 SSD is a hard drive that's smaller than the average business card, making it easy to take with you wherever you go. Don't be fooled by its tiny size though – it has a transfer speed of up to 540MB/s, making it a breeze to rapidly transfer and back up 4K videos, movies, games and any other large files. The hard drive also features optional password protection to keep your data secure and comes with USB Type-C to C and USB Type-C to A cables to ensure that you can easily connect it to any device.

If you are interested in getting your hands on one, be aware that the Airpods deal saw the products sold out within seconds every time they dropped. So get ready to clear your schedule and log on every hour on the hour to ensure you don't miss out on this insane deal.

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