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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ematsui, Sep 25, 2014.
Not bad since I probably would have got ~225ish on eBay but netted about 180 after fees
You could get 225 straight from cragislist.
I guess it's good. I got $115 from Apple for my 32GB iPhone 4S.
Considered this but also have an extra layer of bullsh0t to deal with when using Craigslist
I got 250$ for my iPhone 5 16gb Verizon on Craiglist.
What carrier? When I priced out my AT&T 16gb iPhone 5 at gamestop.com, it said $229. I thought about it since I sometimes get my kids games there and the store credit is pre-tax off a purchase (so effectively by me where tax is 8%, $229 credit = $247 store gift card for merchandise).
But in the end, I sold mine for $260 cash on craigslist just yesterday.
I got $245 in less than two hours in Swappa, but mine was unlocked.
Aren't Verizon & AT&T doing a $200 trade in?
I dunno. I sold a "cracked" 16GB 4s on ebay for $177.
Selling iphones, either craigslist or ebay is best I think.
Got $240 for exactly what you have. iPhone 5 16gb ATT not unlocked.
But, I also had to sort through a bunch of crappy low ball emails and texts.
I sold a 4s with no working wifi for 160 on ebay, but after fees I only netted like 130
yes but I pre-ordered through apple
I'm letting my perfect condition ip5 unlocked was on at&t go for 225. You guys think i got a bad deal
AT&T giving $200 for a 5 16gb.
Considering the fact that you sold it to a middle man, you got a price that's quite fair. Especially if you were going to sell it on eBay, as their fees, with PayPal are almost 1/4 of what it sold for.
Cash or store credit?
Good? It's dreadful.
AT&T gave me $200 store credit for a 32GB iP4. A four year old phone. Applied it to my next phone bill.
Offer ends this month - but you can "extend" it if you order online for home delivery before month end.
cash, store credit would have netted me ~230ish
Apple said they would give me a $205 credit for my 16gb Verizon iPhone 5 in-store, even though it has a crack in the back glass.
The nice thing about Apple's credit is that they apply it directly to your new iPhone in store, so you could walk out with a 16gb iPhone 6 after just paying a few dollars in tax and signing the new contract.
Tmo offered me $201 for a iPhone 4, 16gb. IMO Tmo is beating the competition in most areas Except customer service. I like the cost and using their service, but cringe when calling them or trusting what they tell you...
selling to those types of places you obviously get less because they have to resell for some profit, when you could just sell the same price gamestop eventually will your self in a private sale
but for a quick sell that was not a horrible deal
yep this was my original thought... The reason why I didn't trade it in was I initially thought I would keep the 5 around as a spare and use it as an ipod since I have a 6 plus and wanted something smaller at the gym, but then found my ipod nano would be fine for that
Amazon was offering around 250 for unlocked phone. Amazon credit is just like cash with all their items.
About 2 years ago I purchased a 64GB 4S for $400 (subsidized). Six months later I sold it for $550 on Amazon. Turned around and bought a 64GB iPhone 5 for $400 (subsidized).
Sold my 64GB iPhone 5 last year for $650 on Amazon. Then turned around and bought a 32GB iPhone 5S for $300 (subsidized)
I just sold my the 32GB iPhone 5S on Amazon for $500.
Just used that same $500 to purchase a 128GB iPhone 6+.....
Lesson Learned: iPhones pay for themselves.....
As the seller, there really isn't that much BS to sift through.
How are you getting a subsidized phone every year?