February 06, 2020 - Electronics
If you haven’t heard of PawnGuru, we’re going to be your new resource for all things pawning and selling. We created a free online space for people like you who want to sell or pawn their used possessions for a fair price.
When you list your tablet for sale on PawnGuru, multiple pawn shops in your local area can make an offer on your item. These offers are viewable online in your PawnGuru portal, and you can also get alerted by email as they arrive.
With PawnGuru, you can get cash-in-hand today for your tablets. All you need to do is compare your offers online at PawnGuru and then bring your tablet in to the pawn shop with the best offer.
We’ll take you though the step-by-step for using PawnGuru. But first, we’re going to answer your question “how much do pawn shops pay for tablets?”
Learn the pawn value of tablets such as Lenovo Yoga Tab, Microsoft Surface, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia, LG G-Pad and Amazon Fire.
How much pawn shops pay for tablets depends on the brand, model, condition, memory and some other factors. The location of a pawn shop can also affect the level of demand, which affects pricing.
Several other factors that can affect pricing include if your tablet is locked or unlocked, the color, and if it is Wi-Fi only or not.
The least and most amount of money we have seen pawn shops buying tablets for is displayed below.
Learn the pawn prices of some of the most popular Android & Windows tablets below.
|Tablet||Min. Pawn Value||Max. Pawn Value||Avg. Pawn Value|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab||$10||$40||$27.67|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 4||$60||$200||$140|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A||$20||$100||$43.50|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab E||$25||$60||$39.28|
To find out exactly how much pawn shops pay for a tablet in your area—and for your specific model—list your tablet on PawnGuru and get fast offers online from pawn shops in your local area. You can either pawn or sell the tablet.
Here’s how to get started with PawnGuru:
Now that we’ve answered your question,“how much do pawn shops pay for tablets,” feel free to explore more of our pawning resources below to help you pawn and sell effectively.
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.More Articles