Over the last few years, technology has changed rapidly. As a result, we have old used technology equipment lying around our closets and drawers at our office and home. During our Spring Cleaning and End-of-Year Clean-Out Projects, we get rid of the old stuff – some we give away to family and friends, others we recycle and some we sell.
We researched and listed below our Top 10 Places to Sell Used Technology, including: Laptop, Desktop, Game Consoles, Smartphone, eBook Reader or Tablet. At the bottom of this list is a link to another article that lists the Top 10 places to just recycle the old stuff.
The Amazon Trade-In Program allows customers to receive an Amazon.com Gift Card in exchange for over a million eligible items including DVDs, CDs, video games, electronics, and books. The process is easy and convenient with free shipping, an immediate offer, and no required registration or listing.
If you like Apple products, send them your old iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC for reuse or recycling. If it has monetary value, they’ll apply that toward an Apple Gift Card. If not, they can recycle it responsibly for you.
They offer consumers and businesses a “cash for electronics” buying service that offers fair and accurate price quotes, speedy payment times, free shipping, a zero landfill policy, and data erasure for privacy protection.
One of our favorite places to locally sell (and buy) smaller equipment fast. Safety Tip: We always meet buyers in a coffee shop.
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Buys and Sells used Smartphones and Tablets. They have a very big presence in Apple products.
They originally started off with the iPod and iPhone and now they’re taking in old BlackBerrys, digital cameras, GPS units, video games and video game consoles
Bring your old products into a local store or send the equipment to the company for an appraisal and cash.
Their price comparison engine finds the best offers for your old electronics.
They buy iPhone, Blackberries, Laptops and more
Equipment Recycling Tip
If you don’t want to bother with selling your old products, you can always just recycle them.
Here’s a list of more places to just Recycle or Donate Your Old Products (not sell)
Good luck with your Spring Cleaning and End-of-Year Clean-Outs! Hope this info helps.
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