BankMyCell is a cell phone trade-in price comparison site. We scour the web to find the best vendors to sell your old cell phones to, including the iPhone 13 Pro. You can sell your new or used phone, and there are even options to sell broken and water-damaged phones.
Use our price comparison table to find out how much you can sell your iPhone 13 Pro for today. Our vendors pay more for unlocked phones on popular network carriers, such as Verizon or AT&T. Vendors will also pay more for phones with a larger storage capacity. Why let your old phone sit there and gather dust? You can sell that spare phone for some extra cash in your pocket. Selling your iPhone 13 Pro is also better for the environment, as someone else can get use out of your old tech instead of it ending up in a landfill somewhere.
You can sell your iPhone at an in-person store, but you can often get a better price going through one of our listed trade-in sites. We look for dedicated stores, buyback stores, and individual buyers to make sure your phone sells for the best price. You can find your phone's best trade-in value and compare it to other similar phones.
Best of all, all of our listed vendors provide free shipping and phone data removal, so you don't have to worry about privacy issues when selling your iPhone 13 Pro. They also offer free returns if they discover a problem and have to modify the original quote.
You can also sell your broken iPhone 13 Pro with a cracked screen. Filter the price table by the "Cracked" options to see prices for phones with broken screens. You can sell a phone with a broken/shattered screen or with dents on the phone's body. People will pay good money for an iPhone 13 Pro, even one with a broken screen. Our listings can help you get the best price for your phone. Note that if you do not tell vendors your phone's condition, they may have to revise the quote, so it's best to be honest about phone damage.
You can also sell a phone that no longer works. Switch the table tab to "Faulty," and you can browse prices for broken phones. Broken phones are ones that have power issues, won't turn on properly, or have faulty parts like the speakers or touchscreen. Buyers on our lists will also take phones that have water damage. Although you won't get full price for a broken phone, there is still a large market for broken phones. And you will get a better deal with BankMyCell than taking it into a trade-in store. If you have any other old phones to sell, such as the iPhone 12 Pro, make sure to check out our other price comparisons!