5 Tips to Selling Your Tablet
Are you hoping to sell your tablet for cash? Then these 5 tips from the Gizmogo team to help you sell your tablet online are sure to help you. While Apple devices tend to sell the best, you can find a good buyer for almost any tablet that’s still in decent working condition, so don’t worry. How do you make the process as smooth as possible? Let’s take a look.
5 Tips to Sell Your Tablet
It can be easy to sell your tablet, but it’s not quite as easy as hopping online and being done with it. First, you should decide where you’re hoping to sell it. Online second-hand electronics places will offer you fair value and give a quicker sale. You could get more from an online marketplace, but there are some concerns about scams or simply dealing with time-wasters to worry about. Either way, here’s some things to do to help you sell your tablet online at a better price.
Tip #1 – Know What You Have
No, we don’t mean that annoying statement so many people make in their online sales posts! We mean actually checking what you have. There can be a lot of variance in specifications between tablets in a range, and something as simple and missable as a subrange can change the item’s worth completely. Make sure you know the name, series, and specifications (including memory and storage size) of the tablet you want to sell.
Tip #2 – Evaluate Condition
You will get your best money for an item that’s still in fantastic condition. However, no one is going to fall for you claiming something with a cracked screen and damaged case is ‘mint condition’, so don’t even try! Rather take the time to go over your device, note issues like case damaged screen scratches, and be honest about the state of the item. We do advise removing scratched screen protectors, though.
Tip #3 – Gather the Goodies
Are you the sort of person who keeps all the accessories and the box too? Then this could help you sell your tablet for cash. Again, like we said in Tip #2, the nearer to mint condition you can offer the device, the better the price you can ask. You will still sell the item without them, but if you have them, it’s a great way to pump up the value.
Tip #4 – Wipe Data
Now it’s time to protect yourself. Have you delinked all important apps? We suggest you do this even though you will also factory reset, because it stops issues like not being able to relink to your banking apps on a new device because you’re ‘still signed in’ on the old. Remove storage devices and sim cards (if applicable), and deactivate cloud services on the device. Then do a full factory reset.
Tip #5 – Avoid Launches
Technology ages quickly. The older your device gets, the less you can sell if for. If they’ve recently announced a successor in your tablet line- Apple tends to do this annually- you will take a price hit immediately. And the second a shiny new generation is announced, you will see a lot of people trying to offload older tech. Rather try to sell at a better time.
Introduction to Gizmogo
It’s Gizmogo’s mission to help you help yourself, and the planet too! We’re proud to offer one of the very best points for you to sell second-hand tablets. Through our free UPS/USPS shipping offer, you can send your device to us entirely free of charge for evaluation. From there, we will make you an offer based on the condition and specifications. If you like it, say yes. The money will be in your account within 3-5 business days. And we ensure your safety through a complimentary data wipe, too.You’ve tried the best- now try selling your tablet the Gizmogo way. No annoying time-wasters and no frauds. Just a quick, simple sale and cash in your pocket.
Frequently Asked Questions
I don't see my device on your list; how can I place my order?
If your device is not listed, place your order as an Unknown Device. Please review our list of accepted electronics to ensure your device falls into one of the classifications. Following our fee-free shipping, we will evaluate your device and send you a quote. If you choose not to sell, your device will be returned to you free of charge!
Do you accept old and damaged devices?
Yes! We accept a vast amount of different electronic devices regardless of condition. To find out how much your damaged device is worth, locate your device on our website, select your model, and indicate the condition to receive an instant quote. If it has any value, we will compensate you accordingly. Otherwise, we would recycle it responsibly for you
You evaluated my device, and the payment amount differs from the quote I received when I first placed my order; what happened?
There are a few reasons why the quoted payment can change following our evaluation:
- You did not accurately select the condition of the device (most common).
- The device has defects that are not indicated on your order.
- You chose the wrong device or device model when completing your order.
Our customer service team is happy to answer any additional questions about changes to your quote
My device has had a case and screen protector since I originally purchased it, and you're trying to tell me it has screen scratches. Can you explain?
Our grading standard is different from what people usually would think. Our professional technicians base their evaluation on the quality of factors such as the
- USB Charging Port
It is common for people to believe their phone is ‘like new,’ only to have a slightly different definition of the term compared to the industry standards.
My laptop isn't on your list; how can I determine its worth?
If you don’t see your device on our list, email us at email@example.com for your free quote. Include the device brand, model, and serial number in your message. We will have our technician deliver an estimate within 24 hours.
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