Trade In your Smartphone with eBay's New Quick Sale Website

When it's time to pick up a new smartphone, many people opt to sell their old one or at least trade it in, so that they can get some cash for their old smartphone. There are many ways to do this, although the worst way is probably doing this through your carrier. As they are going to give you as little cash as possible for your smartphone. Now eBay wants to get in the smartphone trade-in game. They just launched a brand new site called "Quick Sale" which allows you to quickly trade in your smartphone and get your cash quickly as well.

With many trade-in services, you are often given a much lower price than you would get if you actually sold your device yourself. However, with eBay it looks to be the best price possible. Doing a search for a Samsung Galaxy S6, in new condition, eBay quoted $195 for trading it in. Now that may seem rather low, but the trending price for a Galaxy S6 is $330. About $135 more, but that also takes more time to sell, then just trading it into eBay. So if you are looking to offload your old smartphone quickly, eBay's Quick Sale might be a good place to sell your smartphone.

The process is pretty easy. Just select the phone you're looking to trade in. Once you've selected the make, model, capacity, condition, variant, etc., you'll then be able to choose whether you want to trade it in or list it on eBay. If you choose to do a Quick Sale, it'll then ask for your PayPal information and shipping information. After that, all you need to do is ship them the phone and you'll get your cash fairly soon after. As with anything having to do with eBay, you do need to have a PayPal account. So if you don't already have one, you'll need to set that up ahead of time.

This may not be the best way to get rid of your old smartphone(s), but it is a good way to get rid of them quickly, without getting nothing for them. You can check out Quick Sale using the button below.

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