The most significant factor determining your Apple Watch SE's trade-in value is the condition of the device. While buyers are still in the market for broken smartwatches, they will typically offer more money if the watch is brand new, still in the box, or in mint condition.
How much you make from selling your Apple Watch SE will also depend on who's looking to buy it. No two potential purchasers are the same, and you will receive different offers for the same device depending on which trade-in stores, buyback stores, or buyers are offering. Your offer will also depend on the screen and watch size.
When it's time to sell or trade in your Apple Watch SE, you can trust BankMyCell to find the best trade-in value for your device.
With our price comparison services, you can sort between a selection of buyback stores and buyers looking to purchase your device, regardless of age or condition. Our selected stores pay greater than most carriers and buyback ATM kiosks to earn you more while saving you money with free shipping and returns.
You can sell your broken Apple Watch SE on BankMyCell even if the screen is cracked. To filter your search results to only display stores willing to purchase smartwatches with broken, cracked, or shattered parts, select the "cracked" filter on our price table. While you likely won't receive as much as you would for an Apple Watch SE in perfect condition, buyers are still willing to purchase any Apple Watch model with dents, cracks, or damaged screens for a great value.
BankMyCell can find the best place to sell broken smartwatches, even if you're looking to get rid of an Apple Watch with power issues or a water-damaged device. When you're ready to sell, filter the price table using the "faulty" option and search for the best results.