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iPhone 8 price: What it’s worth

Exact iPhone 8 price depends on capacity, condition and the carrier the phone is locked to or if the phone is factory unlocked or carrier unlocked. Buying an iPhone 8? The following table compares how much you can expect to pay for a used iPhone 8 in “good” condition.

iPhone 8 “Buy” Prices (What you can expect to pay as of 5/2/2019)

 iPhone 8 64GBiPhone 8 256GB
Gazelle$449$509
Amazon$378$465
Swappa$390$476
eBay$373$404

* Prices for iPhones on the Verizon network/unlocked, black, in “good” condition. Swappa & eBay prices are averages. Amazon prices are for “renewed” devices.

 
Selling an iPhone 8? The following table displays the price you can expect to get for an iPhone 8 in “good” condition (expect 50% to 90% less for damaged phones).

iPhone 8 “Sell” Prices (What you can expect to sell for as of 05/15/2019)

iPhone 8 64 GBiPhone 8 256 GB
Flipsy$315$388
eBay$308$336
Swappa$343$405
Verizon$280$305
AT&T$200$240
Sprint$190$225
T-Mobile$225$305

*Prices for iPhones on the Verizon network, Space Gray, in “good” condition. Swappa & eBay prices are after fees, Swappa “lowest recently sold” price, eBay phone selling page price.

> Sellling your iPhone 8? Cash offers from buyback stores compared (all conditions)

Verizon and factory unlocked versions are the most valuable, as illustrated in the table below.

Locked toApple iPhone 8
64GB
Apple iPhone 8
256GB
AT&T$272$318
Boost Mobile$160$180
Cricket$160$180
Metro PCS$160n/a
Other$160$180
Sprint$255$313
T-Mobile$277$315
U.S. Cellular$160$180
Unlocked$295$338
Verizon Wireless$300$338
Virgin Mobile$160$180

> Learn about selling a carrier unlocked phone

> Learn how to tell if your phone is unlocked or not

iPhone 8 price history

Related Help

> A complete guide to phone selling options 2018 (local, online, marketplace & more)

> Verizon Trade-In Program Review

> AT&T Trade-In Program Review

> T-Mobile Trade-In Program Review

> ecoATM Trade-In Review

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