How much is my iPad Pro 3 (12.9 Inch) worth?
Getting rid of your old iPad Pro shouldn’t be a headache, which is why BankMyCell created a straightforward directory to help you get the best trade-in price out there. Service providers, kiosks, and trade-in shops often resell your device after you turn it in, which means you aren’t likely to get the best iPad Pro trade-in value. With BankMyCell, you can search and compare several deals at a time from reputable vendors offering exclusive deals and discounts.
Available vendors and prices change regularly, so if you don’t like the deal you see today, check back soon for updates.
Where is the best place to sell a iPad Pro 3 (12.9 Inch)?
Our goal is to show you the best iPad Pro trade-in price available through trusted online vendors. We have no financial incentive – just to provide you with the best prices and deals available to offload your old devices, so they don’t gather dust. We only deal with reputable buyers who also offer free shipping and returns.
Check our price-comparison chart, then select the memory capacity of your iPad Pro, and compare. When you’re ready, click on the vendor of your choice and follow instructions to receive quick cash. It’s a simple process that puts money in your pocket and rids you of tech you’re no longer using.
How to sell your broken iPad Pro 3 (12.9 Inch) for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling iPad Pro 3 (12.9 Inch) with a broken screen
On our comparison chart, select ‘cracked’ under the condition tab to get the best iPad Pro trade-in prices for an iPad Pro 12.0 with a cracked screen. While the price will drop, you can still get a reasonable price for it. Screens can be fixed, which means companies can still repair and resell them.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged iPad Pro 3 (12.9 Inch)
Broken phones include ones that don’t turn on, have malfunctioning jacks, water damage, and the like. If you have a broken or faulty iPad Pro 12.9, select ‘faulty’ in the condition tab to review vendors who might be willing to purchase your broken device. Even if it’s a deflated price, it’s always better than nothing!
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports