Your Nintendo is sitting unused at home, and you want to sell it. A decade ago, you’d have to check multiple websites to determine the value. BankMyCell brings all the different marketplaces to you, instead, with our comparative platform.
BankMyCell uses an algorithm to find and rank buyers. When you want to sell your Nintendo, all you have to do is enter the model information on our site. You’ll see a list of buyers and their offers to purchase your game console. All of the prices come with a 30-day price lock option, so you can secure an offer in hopes that other people bid higher.
BankMyCell is the premier platform for selling a Nintendo. We connect buyers and sellers in one place, so you have the most straightforward transaction possible. BankMyCell also lets you sell computers, tablets, phones, and other electronic devices.
The all-in-one design has made BankMyCell a trusted choice for more than a million consumers. People get peace of mind, knowing they have a guaranteed payment and don’t have to pay for shipping or returns. The average seller even nets 43% more money for their Nintendo trade-in on BankMyCell than competing sites.
Selling your Nintendo has never been easier. BankMyCell does all the work for you so that you can enjoy a hassle-free transaction.
Here are the five steps to sell your Nintendo.
Once you mail your Nintendo, an inspector evaluates its condition. They want to verify the condition you listed matches the actual cosmetic and functional ones. If it does, expect a direct deposit in short order.
If there is a discrepancy, the inspector may reassess the quote. You can accept the new offer or ask for a return. Accept the quote, and the buyback company will validate your payment, or, if you choose a return, BankMyCell will return the Nintendo for free.
Resale markets are booming across industries, including apparel, cars, and electronics. Your Nintendo is no exception. Buyers are willing to overlook a faulty button or a cracked screen and pay you for the device.
Search BankMyCell to determine what buyback companies are willing to pay for your broken or damaged Nintendo. These companies will fix any faults before reselling it on their website, so you don’t have to. You may be pleasantly surprised at the asking prices.