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    Microsoft Surface Pro 2 trade-in value guide

    How much is my Microsoft Surface Pro 2 worth?

    The trade-in price for your Microsoft Surface Pro 2 will vary between trade-in stores, buyback stores, and online buyers. If you decide to sell your Microsoft Surface Pro 2, its crucial to shop around to get the best cash deal. As the Surface Pro tends to have a higher storage capacity of 128GB, it can net you a better price.

    Other factors to consider are the age and condition of the phone. Obviously, new devices will always fetch a higher rate than the more "previously loved” devices. Unlocked phones also garner a higher price, though if they are locked, you’ll do best if they are connected to the preferred networks, which are Verizon and AT&T.

    Where is the best place to sell a Microsoft Surface Pro 2?

    The only way to be sure you’re getting your best Microsoft Surface Pro 2 trade-in value is to compare as many deals as possible. Bankmycell is a price-comparison website that does just that. We show deals only from reputable online trade-in stores. Generally, they pay higher than buyback ATM kiosks or in-store buyback deals.

    Other incentives for using Bankmycell include free shipping and returns, plus a full personal-data removal. We make it easy to sell your old Microsoft Surface Pro 2 online – just choose a deal, send in your phone, and get paid.

    How to sell your broken Microsoft Surface Pro 2 for cash

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    Cracked: Selling Microsoft Surface Pro 2 with a broken screen

    Cracked or shattered screens are inevitable in well-used devices. But you can still sell your Microsoft Surface Pro 2 in this condition. To save time and get an accurate quote the first time around, be upfront about the condition of your phone. Being honest will help you avoid a quote review upon inspection when the buyer receives it. Filter your prices by using the “cracked” tab for accurate estimates.

    • Cracked screen or fully broken screen
    • Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
    Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Microsoft Surface Pro 2

    You might think it’s a waste of time to try selling a broken Microsoft Surface Pro 2. A cracked screen, broken buttons, cosmetic damage, or hardware issues all are considered damaged and will bring less money, but it will still sell, and something is better than nothing! Select the “faulty” tab to view a list of offers to buy.

    • Does not power on or has software issues
    • Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports

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