Using BankMyCell, you can sell your old device for cash in 3 simple steps. You'll get all the top quotes from trusted buyback stores in one place, earning you more and saving you time! This means you'll not only get paid the best price online in as little as 2 days, but also receive with FREE shipping & zero hassle returns if you change your mind!
Unlike other trade-in platforms, our buyback partners pay you in cash instead of store credit or gift cards. We're talking higher payouts, with no strings attached, so you can spend a larger sum of money on what you want!
Many customers like you may not realize that the quotes offered by these popular tech buyers can differ significantly. By comparing prices here, shopping around for tablet trade-in options can earn you up to $544.82 extra!
The BankMyCell site is your friend if you want to sell your old tablet or phone! Compare offers from trusted tablet buyback programs, enter your condition information, and checkout on their site to get payments via PayPal, Direct Deposit, or Check.
How much does your tablet sell for? We update prices hourly, so start searching at the top of this page and see what your tablet is worth!
|Buyer||Quote||Loss||Trustpilot Rating||Payout Type|
|BankMyCell||$1,099.28||BEST PRICE||4.4||Cash Payouts|
|Best Buy||$400.00||-$699.28||1.6||Gift Card|
Quotes based on an iPad Pro 12.9 - 2TB - 5th Gen (Verizon) - taken Summer 2022
* Carrier account credit paid in 24 monthly installments on next billing cycle
** eBay quote includes 12.9% marketplace fees deducted
Online Buyback stores: As you can see from the chart above, selling your tablet to buyback stores gets you the best payouts online. No store credit, just money paid as fast as 24 hours of the buyer receiving your item.
Cell Phone Carriers: Typically, the offers are much less, and to make it worse, they typically only pay you in credit that gets applied to your account over 12-24 months - you don’t get the money.
Marketplaces: You can try selling on popular marketplaces like Craigslist or Facebook marketplace; you set the price - just watch out for price hagglers and weirdos. Auction sites like eBay can be a better choice. Just be aware you get charged 10% seller fees
In-store offers: Getting paid the same day might seem appealing, but there are two catches. First, they offer WAY less. Secondly, almost all well-known trade-in programs like BestBuy, Walmart & Target only offer store credit. EcoATM doesn’t buy tablets.
Go ship instead of shop: If you’re selling your tablet to a local buyback place, you’re leaving money on the table. Instead of visiting a shop and getting as little as half, ship it and double up your payout - you have to leave the house either way :)