If you’re a gamer, consider trading in your iPad for store credit at GameStop.
The company offers both store credit and cash, but its cash trade-ins won’t get you as much of a deal as its store credit options.
For example, a working 16 GB iPad Air (Wi-Fi only) will get you $269 in store credit or $215 in cash.
Where can I sell my iPad for cash?
1. Amazon: Amazon offers high prices for the iPad 1 and iPad 2, but trade-in cash is only available in the form of an Amazon.com Gift Card. Of course, people can still buy the iPad 3 when it launches on the online retailer’s catalog—especially since the extra cheddar will most likely go to the new tablet anyway.
Can I get money for old iPad?
Last but not least, Apple has its own GiveBack program. The company will pay up to $250 for your old iPad in the form of an Apple gift card. Unlike when trading in an iPhone, Apple requires you to share the serial number of the iPad to see the trade-in value.
Does GameStop buy phones for cash?
GameStop has been branching out of just selling games for some time now, and it may not be widely known that they accept smart phone trade-ins when buying new devices from them. GameStop will now take “popular handsets” from Samsung, Motorola, BlackBerry and other brands and give instant cash or in-store credit.
How much is a used iPad worth?
Used versions of the 32GB Wi-Fi iPad are currently selling for around $400. A used 16GB iPad 2 sells for around $350, and the 64GB Wi-Fi/3G version is still fetching around $500 on the site.
Does Best Buy Buy used iPads?
Yes, Best Buy has their trade in program in store or online.
Does Apple buy back old iPads?
Apple today expanded its “Trade Up with Installments” program for iPhone to France, Italy, and Spain, enabling customers to trade in an eligible older-generation iPhone, Android, or Windows Phone smartphone and put the value of that device towards a new iPhone based on a 24-month payment plan.