How much is my Google Pixel 2 XL worth?
There are plenty of options to sell your Google Pixel 2 XL both online and through trade-in kiosks. For your best Google Pixel 2 XL trade-in value, you’re going to need to shop around for the best price.
Your Google Pixel 2 XL trade-in price will depend on the condition of the phone, it’s storage capacity, in this case, 64GB, and the network to which it’s locked. Of course, mint-condition or “still-in-box” phones will fetch the highest prices, particularly if it’s unlocked. If it’s locked, network carriers, such as on Verizon and AT&T will get preference.
Where is the best place to sell a Google Pixel 2 XL?
You can sell your old Google Pixel 2 XL online or via in-store trade-in offers. You’ll generally get a better deal by researching dealers online. Research can be time-consuming, though. That’s where Bankmycell comes it. It is a cell phone trade-in price-comparison site that will help you get the best price quickly.
We list prices only from trusted companies and buyback stores with multiple high ratings and respected customer service. All of them offer free shipping and returns and will ensure that your phone is wiped of any personal data before on-selling it.
How to sell your broken Google Pixel 2 XL for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Google Pixel 2 XL with a broken screen
If you’re hoping to sell a broken Google Pixel 2 XL, Bankmycell can help. Select the filter for ‘cracked,’ and revised pricing options will come up on the screen. While normal wear and tear are considered acceptable, you must declare apparent damage or cracks to the phone screen for an accurate quote.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Google Pixel 2 XL
As they say, one person’s trash is another’s treasure. That goes for cellphones, too. If you're hoping to sell your Google Pixel 2 XL, but it's looking a bit worse for the wear, don’t worry. Water-damaged or faulty phones can still make you some cash. Select the “faulty” filter at the top of the page for a list of potential buyers.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports