How much is my Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G worth?
BankMyCell makes it easy to sell your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G by connecting you with various buyback stores. You can use the comparison table to find offers based on your particular device’s condition and storage capacity.
Generally, a Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G that is still in the box or mint condition will have a significantly greater trade-in value than a broken or damaged device. Our buyers also tend to pay more for phones on specific network carriers like Verizon or AT&T.
Where is the best place to sell a Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G?
Comparing top offers from buyback stores is the best way to get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G trade-in. You can sell your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G at the local buyback ATM kiosk or through carriers and in-store trade-ins, but you could be missing out on better deals.
BankMyCell finds you the best trade-in value by selecting buyback stores that offer free shipping and personal data removal along with the best online price.
How to sell your broken Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G with a broken screen
To sell your broken Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, toggle the table price filter to 'Cracked.' This shows you a list of offers for your phone with a cracked, broken, or shattered screen. Despite a broken screen, you can still find surprisingly impressive trade-in offers from reputable buyback stores.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G
When selling your Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, it is best to be honest about the device’s condition. Faulty devices include phones that won’t turn on, have software or power issues, or need replacement parts. To filter your buyback search, select the 'Faulty' option in the price table. Always consider the user agreement and honest condition of your device before accepting an offer.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports