If your family is anything like mine, you love tech gadgets and all they have to offer. From tablets and smartphones, to the latest gaming or entertainment system, there is nothing like experimenting with a new piece of technology.
For most of us, our old gadgets end up in a drawer or closet somewhere collecting dust, but there are plenty of options for selling your family’s used electronics online, offering a quick and easy way to earn some extra cash.
If you’re looking for the best websites to sell your family’s old electronics (even if they’re broken), you’ve come to the right place.
This has to be my favorite site, and one that I’ve used often. Gazelle is easy to navigate, and often has a higher payout than other sites I’ve found. Simply select the device you are interested in selling, and if you’re happy with the offer they give, just print a shipping label and send in your device. You’ll receive payment via PayPal, Amazon Gift Card, or check, depending on your preference. I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the money my family has made with Gazelle, even on broken items.
If you’re interested in getting rid of video games, laptops, wearable technology, and more, this is a great place to do so. NextWorth will buy a wider variety of items than many other sites. You can choose to receive payment via check or PayPal.
Get an instant quote online at Green BuyBack, print a free shipping label, send in your item, and await payment via check or PayPal, which generally takes 1-3 days.
While this website is very similar to the others listed above, they have a specific interest in Apple products – iPads, iPods, Macbooks, etc. Follow the easy instructions on SellBroke, to get paid for your broken or working items, and you’ll have the option of a check or PayPal for receiving payment.
This is another great site that will not only turn your old tech gadgets into cash, they’ll also purchase other items, such as books, DVDs, CDs, games, and more. Just type in the item name or enter the product barcode on Decluttr, to get an instant offer. Then, pack the items into a box and ship them away. You’ll receive payment once the items are accepted.
If you’re interested in exchanging your items for credit at your favorite retailer, rather than selling them, be sure to check out these fantastic trade-in programs:
Amazon Trade-In Program
My family uses the Amazon Trade-in Program often. I appreciate that I can easily get rid of items we no longer need, in exchange for Amazon credit. Find out how much your gadgets are worth, by clicking the banner below to get started now.
Best Buy Trade-In Program
This is great option, especially if you’re interested in upgrading a device at their store. Best Buy will purchase video games, smartwatches, laptops, smartphones, and more. You can find more information about their trade-in program here.
GameStop Trade-In Program
If you have kids, or you’re a gamer yourself, I’m sure you’re families with Game Stop. They are my family’s go-to choice for affordable video games, consoles, and accessories (both new and used). GameStop has a great trade-in program, that allows you to get cash back, or store credit. Check out the GameStop website for more info about which items they buy, and how much they’re worth.
Target Trade-In Program
I only recently discovered that one of my favorite stores (Target!) has a trade-in program. From gift cards and gaming consoles to tablets and wearable, Target will accept them all. The trade-in process is simple, and payment comes in the form of a Target gift card. Talk about a win-win situation! Go here to learn more.
Do you have a favorite place to sell or trade electronics? Feel free to add your suggestions in the comments below.