Got a new iPad? It’s time to sell your old one


The new iPad makes the old one seem huge and ugly.
Make back some of the money you just dropped on a new iPad Pro.
Photo: Andrea Nepori

Your hard-earned savings are probably looking a little beaten after the arrival of the amazing new iPad Pro lineup. But making back some of the cash you’ve just coughed up can be quicker and easier than you think.

Start by selling your old iPad to Cult of Mac. It’s fast and simple and we typically pay more than anyone else!

Apple devices hold their value well, and there’s never a shortage of people looking to snap up second-hand models at a reduced price. But selling on markets like eBay and Craigslist can be risky and expensive. That’s why you should sell your old iPad to us.

Sell your old iPad to Cult of Mac

We’ve teamed up with the folks at MyPhones Unlimited to ensure our readers get the money they deserve for unwanted iPads, iPhones and other devices. We pay more than Apple, Amazon, GameStop, Gazelle and others — and we make the whole process easy.

Here’s how it works:

  1. You visit our buyback page and get a quote for your old iPad
  2. We send you a box and a return label so you can ship your device to us for free
  3. Once we’ve received your device, we’ll issue a check that you’ll receive in around a week

The quote you get today is good for 14 days, which gives you plenty of time to collect all the important data off your old device if you haven’t already. What’s more, we promise that none of the gadgets we receive will end up in landfill.

Get your iPad buyback quote today!

So, what are you waiting for? Visit our buyback site now and find out how much your old iPad is really worth. You might just find your upgrade is nowhere near as pricey as you expected.


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