trading in a old ipod fpor new.

Discussion in 'iPod' started by steve knight, Nov 25, 2009.

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    steve knight

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    I have seen people trading in their old ipods at the apple store when buying new. but what do they get for it? and can you trade in two or only one?
     
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    flopticalcube

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    Apple stores don't take trades. Maybe they are giving them up for recycling.
     
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    gan6660

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    You can trade in your old iPod for 10% off a new one, you can only trade 1 iPod per new iPod purchase.
     
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    steve knight

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    cool. does it need to work? I have a good nano but a shuffle that seemed to have died.
     
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    gan6660

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    No it doesnt have to work. I bought to broken 2nd gen nanos on ebay over the summer for a penny each with free shipping and I used one to get 10% off my 32gb touch and Ill probably use the other for an iPod Classic. The nanos were missing the bezels and had dents so as long as its an iPod your good.
     
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    MattyMac

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    Apple gives 10% off a new iPod for trading in your old one. However, you can get much more for your iPod on ebay instead of trading it in and put that towards your purchase.
     

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