How to Sell or Pawn an Ipod

February 11, 2020 - Electronics

Before the iPod, people kept all their music in a giant CD case the size of their filing cabinet.

IPod took mp3 listening devices further by making them look slick, easy to use, and adding many features like games and the ability to hold videos and photos. Their popularity makes it easy to sell them to pawnshops. If you have an iPod you would like to pawn or sell, here are a few tips to get the most cash for your iPod.

Backup and reset to factory settings

Before you sell or pawn your iPod, make sure to back-up any everything that is in your iPod. You do not want the new user to have your pictures or any stored information. Once you’ve backed your iPod up, restore it to the original factory settings.

Packaging and original paperwork

If you have the original paperwork and packaging of your iPod, make sure to bring it with you when you take it into the pawn shop. Pawn shops like items in their complete package because they’re easier to sell. This also includes any of the original accessories like the USB cord and headphones. If you also have a case that goes with your your iPod, include that to potentially increase your offer.

Posting on PawnGuru

If you’re trying to sell your iPod on PawnGuru, make sure to provide a clear picture and clear description of your iPod. For more information on how to properly post your item on PawnGuru, check out my previous article on how to effectively post your item on PawnGuru.

Additional Information: iPods that are 2 or more years older decrease in price significantly. Expect to get at most $80 depending on what iPod you have and how old it is. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, email the PawnGuru team at help@pawnguru.com. We’re eager to help!
David Stiebel

David Stiebel is one of the cofounders of PawnGuru. David was educated at MIT, where he studied Math. He subsequently worked at Bain as a data scientist before starting PawnGuru in 2015. He started PawnGuru to build a better tool for pawn shops and consumers to connect.

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