- Jun 21, 2010
Put mine up on craigslist a few days ago... not even 1 single email. Which is weird!
Assuming you're getting an iPhone 6 why not turn your iPhone 5S to the carrier you're getting the iPhone 6 from? Every major carrier is offering good money for buy backs but I think it's a bill credit, not cash in hand.
Because you can get significantly more selling directly on Craigslist.Assuming you're getting an iPhone 6 why not turn your iPhone 5S to the carrier you're getting the iPhone 6 from? Every major carrier is offering good money for buy backs but I think it's a bill credit, not cash in hand.
There are also guys walking the lines at Apple iPhone launches that will give you money on the spot for your phone while you are waiting in line.
Your point?I know that but the OP has not been successful selling it on CL so far.
Have you posted pics? Why don't you give us a link so we can critique your listing.it's an iPhone 5S 32GB AT&T - brand new looking, original box and cables... I listed it for $375. Not a single bite so far. Weird
I agree that's too high...however, I've found that there is always someone willing to pay a bit more for what they perceive to be a) a well taken care of device with the box and accessories, b) a nicely put together listing, and c) from someone they feel is trustworthy and won't rip them off. Due to this I consistently list my items at the high end of what I see others selling for on CL...and I get it.I'm in Boise right now.
Hilarious to watch people listing 16gb, locked to AT&T 5s iPhones for upwards of $500.
Hope they want to keep the phone. That's about $150-$200 *more* than I know I would pay for such a device.
You gave us the manage URL....you'll want to remove that ASAP!yessir. photos posted. short description but i mean.... its an iphone. haha