How much is my Samsung Galaxy S10 worth?
As someone who is looking to sell a phone, you may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of gathering offers and selecting the right one. Selling your phone may be a particularly daunting prospect if you don’t know your Samsung Galaxy S10 trade-in price.
At BankMyCell, we can provide you with offers from many different trade-in buyers within seconds. The offers depend on your phone’s condition, storage capacity, and if it is locked into a carrier or not. Buyback stores pay more for phones that are in mint condition and that are unlocked or on Verizon or AT&T. Higher storage capacities also fetch higher quotes.
Where is the best place to sell a Samsung Galaxy S10?
BankMyCell is the best place to sell your old Samsung Galaxy S10. Our selected online trade-in stores provide the best Samsung Galaxy S10 trade-in value, and we allow you to compare multiple quotes. As a result, you can earn hundreds of dollars more on the sale of your phone.
In addition to making you competitive offers for your phone, our buyers also provide customers with FREE shipping. These buyers will also carry out a deep reset to ensure nobody has access to the personal data on your phone. If there is a problem with your device, the buyer will return it to you at no charge.
How to sell your broken Samsung Galaxy S10 for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Samsung Galaxy S10 with a broken screen
If you want to sell a phone with a cracked screen, casing, or frame, check the ‘Cracked’ box to filter available deals. Then, select the best deal from the list. If you send a phone with a shattered screen, but don’t click the ‘Cracked’ button, the buyer will revise the quote.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Samsung Galaxy S10
Do you want to sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S10? You can do so by clicking on ‘Faulty’ in the pricing table. Our buyers will pay for any broken phone, including one that has water damage, software issues, power problems, or defective components. You can sell a phone with a faulty speaker, buttons, ports, or touchscreen.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports