iPhone 11 Launch: Trade-In Deals For iPhone XS Max, iPhone X & Others
Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup is official, and the devices offer some incentives for users to upgarde. For starters, the iPhones 11 Pro and Pro Max upgrade the lineup’s camera specifications and bring a new processor with improved performance. However, their price tags are sufficient to put off a lot of users, but this is where trade-ins come in play. So, if you’ve got an older iPhone and are looking to upgrade this year, we’ve got just the guide for you. Take a look below for more details.
iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone X & Other Trade-Ins Can Fetch You As Much As $748 To Purchase A Brand New iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro
While Apple’s iPhone Pro starts at $699, it’s got an LCD display and a dual camera setup; features that are unlikely to attract picky buyers. The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro, on the other hand, start from $999, and users of older iPhones have great opportunities to cash in on various trade-in offers all around to reduce the burden of an upgrade.
However, before we list the deals, it’s important for you to get a couple of facts straight. As mentioned in our earlier guide, there are several factors that you need to keep in mind when deciding on a trade-in. These include the timing of your transaction, the carrier your gadget is on, whether it’s locked and its overall condition. These combined will ensure that you’re able to get the best possible deal on your iPhone trade-in.
Now, the good folks over at BankMyCell have dilligently combined the data for diffrent carrier, in-store, private and online trade-ins for several of Apple’s older iPhones. This list comprises of the:
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XR
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone 8
- iPhones 7 Plus and 7
The best deals are from Swappa, and if you’re lucky, you can as much as $774 for the iPhone XS Max. This will leave you only a couple of hundreds short of buying the iPhone 11 Pro – and leave you with excess cash if you’re looking to purchase the entry-level iPhone 11. However, for Swappa, the seller fees have been removed from the data. Swappa fees are paid by the buyer, and for the $701 – 999 range, these are $25.
Of the offers listed above, the ones on Swappa, BankMyCell, Decluttr, Verizon, BuyBackWorld, Nextworth and Gazelle will leave you with cash proceeds. All others will offer you store credit, but since they’re carriers or retailers, this credit can be used to buy an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iphone 11 Pro Max.
Additionally, the deals are for the lowest storage variants of the devices. So while Swappa is shown to have the potential of selling your iPhone XS Max for $774, you can get as much as $975 for the smartphone if your device is the 256GB variant. Decluttr will offer you up to $761 for the 512GB iPhone XS Max, with the offer being the highest for unlocked devices. You’ll have to check the retailers’ websites for your exact device, but be assured that the trends show here follow for higher storage variants too.
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