If it’s time to sell your Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016), trade-in stores, buyback stores, and other buyers will offer very different prices. The overall value of your device also will depend on its condition, network carrier, and storage capacity.
Unlocked phones in mint condition and a high storage capacity ultimately will garner the best price. Phones with typical signs of wear and tear or that are locked to specific preferred networks, such as Verizon or AT&T, might net slightly lower buyback offers but can still make you some good cash.
Accepting offers from stores, ATM trade-in kiosks, or availing of buyback programs from carriers might seem like the easiest route for selling your phone. But you’ll rarely get your best Samsung Galaxy A8 2016 trade-in value this way. You can make significantly more cash by selling your Samsung Galaxy A8 2016 online.
On BankMyCell, you can easily compare offers from hundreds of trusted buyers to get your best Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016) trade-in price. Free shipping and removal of all personal data from your device are included. Simply accept the offer, ship the phone, and get paid fast.
It’s only a matter of time before you crack a phone screen, if you haven’t already. But a cracked display doesn’t mean it’s time to throw out the phone. Repairing it can be expensive, but selling it is still a viable option. Filter the BankMyCell price table using 'cracked,' and you’ll get a list of buyers willing to buy your cracked phone.
Yes, you can even sell a broken Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016). In fact, there are multiple buyers out there ready to pay cash for a phone, even if it has power-on issues, a corrupted OS, multiple dents or cracks, or even water damage. Select 'faulty' to filter the right buyers for your busted phone.