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Need to sell your iPad for the best price possible? We’ve put together a list of the top three online marketplaces for selling your iPad at competitive prices, along with the available minimum and maximum offers for 2016.
Essentially, we did all the legwork to help you avoid being lowballed.
Why did we do this? Well, for starters, we know it can be overwhelming to compare prices for iPads on all the online marketplaces out there. On top of that, some stores offer cash and some only offer gift cards in exchange for your iPad. In the midst of offer-searching, that is an important but easy detail to miss.
Taking all of that into account, it’s easy to see how selling your iPad for the best price could quickly become a part-time job.
Since time is money—and we want to save you time—we compiled a list of the 2016 going offers for used iPads from each major online marketplace that offer cash. After all, it’s difficult enough to part ways with such a high-ticket item. It’s even harder to imagine selling your iPad for anything but the best price you can get.
Whether you’re selling an iPad Mini, iPad Air or iPad Pro, this list of marketplaces for selling your iPad will equip you with the knowledge you need to be a savvy seller and receive the most cash possible.
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Back to the list. The lowest values in the price ranges below represent the least in-demand iPads (oldest generation, broken, Wi-Fi-only, not unlocked) and the highest values in each range represent the most in-demand iPads (new, WiFi & Network-Ready, largest memory, unlocked).
The marketplaces below are in order for the best overall offers on all types and conditions of iPads, as well as overall ease-of-transaction.
Keep in mind the prices in the ranges below vary greatly depending upon the various traits of your specific iPad (e.g. storage).
Where to Sell Your iPad for the Best Price (2016 Cash Offers)
PawnGuru allows you to post your iPad for sale and receive multiple offers from your local pawn shops. These offers can start rolling in within minutes of you posting the iPad for sale, making it a great option for quick cash that you can have in-hand that day.
With some of the best minimum and maximum offers on iPads, PawnGuru is a top marketplace to consider for selling your device. Even though there is a slight chance you might get a better offer at eBay, it is guaranteed that you’re going to get your cash quicker with PawnGuru. This option is ideal for those who need cash today.
PawnGuru iPad Offers
Regular iPads: $15-250
iPad Minis: $25-225
iPad Air: $40-350
iPad Pro: Up to $550
2. BuyBack World
BuyBack World is one of the few sites that will pay you for a broken iPad. They offer as much as $110 for a broken iPad Pro. Nonetheless, their overall prices appear to top those of most traditional online marketplaces. Their tool for assessing the value of your iPad is quick and easy to use.
BuyBack World iPad Offers
Regular iPads: $1-180
iPad Minis: $12-325
iPad Air: $42-260
iPad Pro: $110-560
eBay has a tool that gives you estimated prices you could likely sell your iPad for on its auction-style marketplace. You can receive offers for broken iPads if you find a buyer looking to purchase it for parts or repair. You can also list your iPad for bids or give buyers a chance to “Buy It Now” at a set price. Keep in mind the max prices below are “best scenario” prices. Prices at the end of the price range are for brand new, unopened items.
eBay iPad Offers
Regular iPads: $0-196
iPad Minis: $0-391
iPad Air: $0-600
iPad Pro: Estimated offer not available (you can still list it)
Alternative Places to Sell Your iPad for the Best Price
Apple, Amazon, Walmart and Target were left off the list because their trade-in programs don’t pay cash. If you give your iPad to them, you will receive a gift card to purchase another item from their stores instead of cash. Additionally, while Craigslist is a viable marketplace for selling your iPad, it does not appear on this list due to unclear information on the variances in iPad features within the listings.
If you are using Craigslist to sell your iPad to an individual person, avoid being scammed by meeting your buyer in person for cash and never send your iPad by mail. You may never see the buyer’s cash.
Before you trade in your iPad, be sure to read our post on preparing your iPad for sale. There are tips that will save you costly mistakes and help you get the most money possible.
In the meantime, list your iPad for sale on PawnGuru and start receiving offers today from pawn shops in your local area.