RadioShack has had a limited trade-in program for a while now, but they have just announced that it will become available at all 4,400 of their stores. Take your working used electronics in, show an ID and you will receive a gift card for your efforts. You can also go to their site and get an appraisal and free shipping label. The items are limited to MP3 players, cell phones, gaming consoles, peripherals, computers and a few others, so check with them to find out if your used device qualifies.
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What to do with those outdated electronics? If you don’t want to sell them yourself on eBay or craig’s list, send your old working cell phones, MP3 players, laptops, GPS systems or other electronics to Gazelle. Evaluate the condition of your device online and they will give you an estimate. They will even pay for shipping by sending you a postage-free box. The entire process takes about a week after they receive the item. The company claims their average payment is $115.00, a great way to make some extra holiday cash.
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