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Galaxy S7 Edge Trade In Value Best Buy


I am planning on pre-ordering the Note 8, but I want to do so with Best Buy because they offer an additional $150 discount. However, when I put the pre-order into my Best Buy cart, there is nowhere to enter a trade-in option (I would like to claim the $330 dollar promo value for my Galaxy S6 Edge). I read somewhere that if you upgrade with Best Buy, you can still get the promo value by logging into My Verizon after activation of the Note 8 and selecting the trade-in there. Does anyone know if this is correct? Thanks!




galaxy s7 edge trade in value best buy



I pre-ordered thru Best Buy. The Note 8 needs to be activated prior to trade-in and the fine print from Best Buy states to perform the trade in at vzw.com. I tried this and the site displayed an error every time I tried (every day since I received my phone early on Sep. 6). I asked a rep via chat what I should do. They said I should go to a Verizon store and ask them to process the trade. I went to the store only for them to tell me they couldn't process the trade since I bought the phone at Best Buy (I tried to explain it's a VERIZON promotion, but they stood by their word). I called Verizon Customer Service from the parking lot and they walked me through the process on the website again. It failed again. They asked, again, to have a store associate process it for me. This time, while phone rep was on speaker phone, the store manager processed the trade. I let the customer service rep go since the store manager assured me he now understood what needed to be done. Here's the tricky part. The trade was only processed for $190 - as a gift card. I was told not to use the gift card and he would 'take care of it'. Upon returning home, I called customer service again to let them know what ended up happening. They said this is actually what was supposed to happen - the value of the phone will not show the promotional value until the phone is received by the Verizon warehouse and verified to be in good condition. In other words, the store will need to ship my trade-in to the corporate warehouse and when they receive it, the $480 credit ($20/month over 24 months) will be applied to my bill. I was instructed again to NOT use the gift card. To me, they're making things WAY more complicated than they need to be and not having ANY confirmation of any kind that I will obtain the $480 credit - not even a receipt for the trade - makes me a little nervous. Curious to hear what other people's experiences were like.


To find out just how much money you might be able to get back for your old phone, we checked prices at several resale and trade-in sites. We looked up everything from from last year's Galaxy S9 and S9+ to the Galaxy S6 model you might have held onto for four years. Expect these values to fluctuate, especially as we get closer to the Galaxy S10's Feb. 20 unveiling.


That said, Best Buy (opens in new tab) offers the most return for both the S9 and S9+, if you've got a model that the retailer is accepting. A Galaxy S9 that's tied to AT&T, Verizon or Sprint will get you $310 in credit, while the S9+ tied to those carriers fetches $364. Best Buy currently doesn't list prices for unlocked models or those tied to T-Mobile. If you've got an unlocked S9 or S9+, Amazon (opens in new tab) and Walmart offer the best prices while T-Mobile users will see the highest value if they trade in their S9 or S9+ to Gazelle.


If you've been holding on to a Galaxy S8 or S8+, Amazon offers the best trade-in value, particularly if you've got a model tied to AT&T or Verizon or if you've got an unlocked version. Walmart's return for Verizon and unlocked versions of the S8 and S8+ are pretty close to what you can get from Amazon.


When it comes to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, anyone with a Verizon or unlocked version of that phone figures to get the best return, especially if they head to Amazon or Gazelle to trade in their phone. Otherwise, trade-in values for the Galaxy S7 Edge are fairly consistent, no matter which carrier version you have.


We used a black version of each Galaxy model to get our trade-in value. Other colors may fetch different returns, though in our experience, it's not much of a factor. You can expect bigger differences for phones with larger capacities, though that's more of a case for more recent models.


For each trade-in value we were quoted, we assumed that the Galaxy in question was fully functioning with few scratches and an included charger. The worse the condition your phone is in, the lower the trade-in value you can expect.


Using the tool above, get an estimate for the value of your device before completing your upgrade. Just tell us the make, model, and condition of your old phone and we'll give you a quote for your trade-in value. If your phone has any value, you have two ways to trade in the device:


When you trade in your old device, it's a win-win for both you and T-Mobile. A device trade-in provides you some initial credit to help with a new device purchase or start-up costs like a device down payment, device taxes, or extra accessories. For T-Mobile, we still see value in the devices consumers no longer want. To get started, get an estimate for your device using the tool above.


An Early Termination Fee (ETF) is charged when you leave your former carrier while still under contract. T-Mobile will reimburse your early termination fee in full, up to $350. A Device Payment Plan is the payment plan you set up with your former carrier for your phone. T-Mobile will help pay off the remaining balance you have on your Device Payment Plan. Your reimbursement will be made in two separate transactions: the value of your trade-in will be reimbursed as a bill credit to your T-Mobile account, and the remaining reimbursement will be delivered to you via a Prepaid MasterCard Card, or Prepaid Card by mail. Learn more here.


What's most important to know when trading in a device is that there's no one best site or service. There are so many options out there and prices vary based on device and promotions that might be running, so your absolute best bet if you want to do a trade-in using a trade-in site is to spend 15 to 20 minutes doing price checks on some of the most prominent trade-in sites listed below.


Using a comparison site like Flipsy, uSell, or SellCell to compare trade-in prices can also be beneficial when you want to do some shopping around to get the best price for your particular device.


When you need to buy a new phone from a carrier, many carrier trade-in programs could be worth checking out just for the convenience, but no carrier or big box retailer is going to offer the best prices.


There you have it, all the options you need to go out and sell an old phone in Canada. While Canadians are a little limited in their options for high-value trade-ins, there are still plenty of companies out there that are more than happy to offer cash for an old device.


We are BankMyCell, a cellphone trade-in price comparison site that can help you get the best Samsung Galaxy S7 trade-in value. You only need to need to use the filter feature and choose the best deal from our list of trusted dealers.


This phone is as beautiful as it is productive, but the world has since moved on to more exciting gadgets. That might be one of the reasons why you want to sell your Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, but where do you get the best deals? 041b061a72


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