How much is my iPad 6 9.7 (2018) worth?
If you’re looking to get the best value on your iPad 6 trade-in, you’ve come to the right place. BankMyCell provides price-comparison shopping easy. Mint-condition devices are always worth more than iPads with dings and scratches. Still, our site allows you to search for deals using a variety of parameters, making sure you get an excellent iPad trade-in price, regardless of its condition.
Some buyers prefer certain service providers – especially Verizon and AT&T – and our site allows you to click on your carrier along, along with our other filters, to help determine the value of your iPad 6. Be sure to select the proper options on the ‘conditions’ tab to guarantee that you get the best deal possible.
Where is the best place to sell a iPad 6 9.7 (2018)?
Finding a reputable and honest exchange to sell your old iPad 6 shouldn’t be a chore, which is why BankMyCell exists. We don’t collect anything from you for using our service, as our purpose is to supply you with the best information available to get the most for your tablet or cellphone.
Our buyers are some of the fairest and most reputable brokers out there. They all have excellent online reviews and offer 100-percent free shipping. What’s more, they’ll erase all personal data remaining on your device and frequently pay more than any other trade-in marketplace – hundreds of dollars, in some cases.
How to sell your broken iPad 6 9.7 (2018) for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling iPad 6 9.7 (2018) with a broken screen
To sell an iPad 6 with a damaged screen, click on the ‘cracked’ tab under conditions on BankMyCell. When you’ve filled in all of the parameters, the site displays the best deals available for your tablet.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged iPad 6 9.7 (2018)
Selecting the ’faulty’ tab on the conditions bar brings up all the buyers who are willing to buy a broken iPad 6. ‘Faulty’ tablets include those that have trouble retaining power, are missing buttons, or have malfunctioning jacks, to name a few. Buyers don’t pay as much for them as fully functioning devices, but it’s better than nothing!
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports