# SEAGATE’S PRICE CUT FOR XBOX EXPANSION CARDS
If you’re an Xbox Series X/S owner who’s looking to expand your console’s storage, there’s good news for you. The official Xbox Twitter account has announced that Seagate’s selection of memory cards for the console are now available at lower prices. You can buy 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB memory cards from Seagate for $89.99, $149.99, and $279.99, respectively.
# COMPARED TO NON-PROPRIETARY SSD STORAGE
Compared to non-proprietary forms of SSD storage, these prices may still be considered a little high. However, this is still an $80 drop for the 2TB and a $50 drop for the 1TB and 512GB. Unfortunately, the 512GB cards may be difficult to find in stock.
# PLAYSTATION 5’S UNIVERSAL APPROACH FOR ADD-ON SSD STORAGE
Xbox owners has been waiting for a price drop for a long time, especially considering that the PlayStation 5 has a more universal approach for add-on SSD storage, which allows owners to take advantage of much cheaper prices. You can find a PS5-compatible M.2 1TB SSD for around $70.
# EXPECTED FURTHER DISCOUNTS
With these lower prices from Seagate, it’s possible that the Xbox Expansion Cards might eventually go on even steeper discounts when big sales events come around – like Black Friday and Cyber Monday – especially as competing cards become available.
If you’re an Xbox Series X/S owner and looking for ways to expand your console’s storage, this price cut from Seagate is something to consider – especially if you don’t mind using a proprietary SSD storage.