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Sell Your Smartphone (oor Smart Device) With Gazelle.com.

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Want to sell your used iPhone, iPad, iPod, MacBook, AppleTV or other device and get a fair, cash price for it? Trade it in at Gazelle. All you need to do is select your gadget from a list of options on Gazelle's "Trade-In" page, answer a few questions, and then Gazelle provides you with an offer for your device.

For items worth $1 or more, it's free to ship your device to Gazelle. Once your trade-in is received, the device is inspected to make sure its condition matches your evaluation. If the device matches your description, Gazelle will pay you in the form of a check, an Amazon.com gift card, or via PayPal. Payment takes about a week once Gazelle receives your device.

Once you've received your payment, you should definitely peruse Gazelle's extensive selection of certified pre-owned devices, including iPhones, Samsung Galaxy phones, iPads, and accessories. You'll be able to get an upgraded device without paying a head-spinning price. 

You should also check out Gazelle's sale section. They have dozens of items on sale for a great price! 

It's important to note that Gazelle performs a 30+-point inspection on all their devices, so you can be confident that every feature of the device is tested and of the highest quality before you buy it. They also back up the quality of their Gazelle Certified device with a 30-day return policy. You can also keep your carrier or switch to a knew one because Gazelle Certified also means no contracts or strings attached

Now that the new iPhone is here, you should consider trading-in your old iPhone to offset the cost of a new one. Or, buy a certified pre-owned iPhone 6 at a lower cost than the new! 

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