Airpods Trade in Guides

Our articles in this section are extensive resources for anyone looking to trade in their AirPods. As experts in the field, we offer detailed articles that help you accurately identify your AirPods model, assess their trade-in value, and understand the entire trade-in process.

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The trade-in value depends on the model, generation, and condition (Mint, Good, Cracked, Faulty) of the AirPods.
Yes, you can trade in your AirPods, even if damaged or faulty. "Damaged" refers to AirPods with cosmetic issues like cracks and dents but still functioning without software problems. "Faulty" AirPods may not power on, or have hardware and software issues, but their essential parts like ports and buttons are intact.
Before trade-in, clean your AirPods, ensure good working condition, gather original accessories, and reset to factory settings to remove personal data.
Visit BankMyCell's website. Search or browse to select your device type and model. Select its condition (Mint, Good, Cracked, Faulty) for a quote. Ship your device if you accept the offer. Receive cash payment after inspection.
BankMyCell ensures fair trade-in valuations by partnering with top-rated buyback sites and comparing quotes from these partners. This allows sellers to see and compare different offers, ensuring they get the most competitive prices for their AirPods.
Put AirPods in their case. Close lid for 30 seconds > Open lid. On your device, go to Bluetooth settings. Select AirPods and Forget This Device. Hold the setup button on the case until the light flashes amber, then white.