Need quick cash? Learn how to make money of your used electronics with these websites!
Take the bidding aspect away from eBay and you get Glyde, where you can sell anything from an outdated iPad to your dusty DVD collection. Simply enter the item you want to sell,
specify the condition, set your Glyde-approved price and sit back until someone buys it. As an added bonus, Glyde provides
you with pre-addressed, pre-stamped shipping kits. Talk about hassle-free!
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Want to upgrade you iPhone even thought you just bought one a few months ago? Earn some money towards your upgrade with Gazelle, a site that loves to purchase used Apple products. Select the product, model, and condition of your item, and get a Gazelle price offer in seconds! For a broken (as in can’t turn on or completely cracked screen) iPhone 4S, you could make $80!
Give your used electronics a greener afterlife. The electronic trade-in service Gadget Salvation focuses on, “building a cleaner environment.” After buying your item, the company resells, repurposes or recycles it to eliminate E-waste. Now you can get green for going green.
If you don’t want to deal with websites and hidden fees, try Eco ATM. This automated, self-serve kiosk quickly evaluates used electronics (including phones, MP3s and laptops) and gives cash instantly once the sale is approved. You don’t have to worry about someone trying to sell a stolen good. Eco ATM requires a driver’s license to ensure that the seller is the rightful owner.
By selling something on Amazon, one of the most visited retail and auction sites worldwide, your items are sure to get some attention. And don’t worry about
lost check or PayPal accounts. Amazon deposits the new proceeds directly into your bank account. But before singing up, be
aware that you may lose a little money in the process, as Amazon charges a referral and per-item fee.
Many big-name stores like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart offer electronic trade in programs. Bring your item whether you bought it there or not to the store, and if it’s deemed worthy you can get a gift card in exchange for the item. If the item is too damaged to trade in, most stores will safely recycle it for you free of charge.