I have to disagree with some of the comments here about large capacity cards. I'm an amateur photographer, but I have friends that are pros and cover pro sports, like NFL games, for a living. They tell me it's not the capacity of the card, but the quality and speed. Brands like Sandisk usually put out high quality products because they stake their reputation on them which is why they can be expensive. But pro shooters don't care about the expense of their equipment as long it doesn't cost them their shots, or their reputations with the publishers. High capacity cards are fine and are actually preferred, but not at the expense of quality and speed. The more you can shoot without having to stop and change cards, the better. But pro shooters try not fill up their cards anyway. They fill to about 3/4 full and when there's a break, like a timeout, they'll swap out the card. They'll even swap between quarters or periods. They don't want to take a chance of having to swap out cards and missing some key photo ops. (Some pros actually carry two cameras. There have been times when there were so much action that they did fill their card. So instead of swapping out cards, they switch cameras, then change out the cards during a break. Again, high capacity cards are much preferred.) So if you care deeply about the shots you take, then money should be no object and buy reputable brands, even high capacity ones.
After all that said, would I buy this card? As an avid photographer, no. I much prefer to buy the Sandisk product. It may be 2-3x more expensive, but it's worth it for what I use it for.