Gamestop Buying iPod Touch Prices?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by EmbraceTheOne, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. EmbraceTheOne, Oct 19, 2011
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2011

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    EmbraceTheOne

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    Anyone know? It used to be my only iOS device.
    Now ofcourse i have an iPhone 4S, and the iPod is collecting dust.


    It's a 4th Gen iPod touch, 8GB. Litterally ZERO scratches.

    If no-one knows, I guess I'll call em up and ask them after class.


    Thanks.:)


    Update: I called my Local Gamestop. Said as long as it pasts their quality checks. They'll give 90$. With a Powerup card, Its 10% extra. So 99$.
     
  2. macrumors 6502

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    They're going to resell it, so you're probably going to get a really awful price. Sell it on eBay or through craigslist and you'll get a fair price ;)

    You should be able to get $100-$150 for it through eBay
     
  3. macrumors 65816

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    Don't be lazy, sell through eBay or Craigslist. You'll get WAY more money.

    They're going to low ball you so that they can sell it at an eBay/Craigslist price and make money. Why not make it yourself? I could understand if it was some hard to sell item, but it's an iPod. Easy!
     
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    EmbraceTheOne

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    They'll buy it for 90$.

    With rewards card you get 10% more, So that's 99$.
    Pretty decent deal for buying the iPod for 200$.
     
  5. macrumors 6502a

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    Not considering you can sell it for $150+ on craigslist.

    But it sounds like you want to take the easy way; and that's your prerogative.
     
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    EmbraceTheOne

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    It is the easy way. I am considering selling it on Ebay though!
     
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    Sell it on eBay. But forth the effort of listing it, waiting for a few days, and then recieving an electronic payment. It's worth the extra.
     
  8. macrumors 6502

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    Yeah craigslist is the best bet, probably. eBay charges small fees to put things up for sale, and usually eBay protection leans toward the buyer's favor.

    Speaking of selling, I have a 32GB 2nd gen touch that will be 3 yrs old at the end of January. Do you think it's worth selling it and upgrading or just keeping it till it dies?
     

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