Pixel 4 Post-Launch: Trade-in Deals For Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL
Google's 2019 Pixel refresh is official, and it's got several new features to convince fans into upgrading (even if larger batteries isn't one of them). Courtesy of trade-in deals, users often don't need to pay the full retail price on a new gadget purchase. Instead, they can opt to exchange their old gadgets for a discount on the price of a newer one.
So, if you're looking to trade in your older Pixel and get a Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL, you've come to the right place. We've collected the best trade-in offers that you're likely to come across so take a look below for more details.
Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL Trade-In Values Range From $178 To $279, With Swappa Offering Best Deals For Smartphones
While the best time to trade-in your flagship device is before its successor is announced, most folks are uncertain about upgrading until the new device has been made official by its manufacturer. On that note, since the Pixel 4 smartphones are official, we thought it's relevant to take a look at different Pixel 3, 3 XL buyback options available out there.
Keep in mind that all the offers shown below are from on-line vendors, while the ones from Swappa are Peer-to-Peer. The data shows that Swappa has got the best deals for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. What you've to keep in mind when taking a look at the offers from the retailer is that these values are an aggregate of the prices that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are being sold at. So, potentially, it's possible for you to get more than these values. Additionally, all prices listed in the table below are for 64GB Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL variants, unless stated otherwise. And finally, you can check the offers yourself by clicking on the hyperlinks.
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As is the case always, unlocked devices will fetch you more, but this rule can be overridden depending on the party you choose to sell your device to. So while selling your Sprint 64GB Pixel 3 to BankMyCell will net you $226, this is higher then what you'll get if you sell an unlocked variant of the device to Gazelle.
Google's Pixel 4 smartphones feature two new features over their predecessors, in addition to a new processor. The devices have a brand new telephoto lens and a new front facial recognition setup. However, they've got small batteries - which might put the gadgets at a disadvantage in terms of sales. However, we think it's early to reach concrete conclusions for the smartphones.
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