iPad prices, trade in values & places to sell

Want to know the price of your iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Mini or iPad Air? iPad pricing varies between model and trade in options. Yours could be worth hundreds, or it could be worth just a few dollars. The table below depicts trade-in offers and recent sale prices to provide a general idea of how much iPads are worth.

iPad prices compared

iPad ModelOnline Buyback StoresBrick-and-Mortar Stores (Best Buy)Online Marketplaces (eBay, after fees)
iPad 2$10$20$27
iPad 3$28$30$35
iPad 4$55$50$59
iPad Mini$35$35$40
iPad Mini 2 Retina$70$70$63
iPad Mini 3$85$89$97
iPad Mini 4$120$100$120
iPad Mini 5$265n/a$319
iPad Air$60$75$69
iPad Air 2$102$90$101
iPad Air 3$336n/a$313
iPad Pro 12.9 (2015)$231n/a$251
iPad Pro 9.7$184$185$199
iPad Pro 10.5$240$200$291
iPad Pro 12.9 (2017)$290$250$344
iPad Pro 11$408$200$532
iPad Pro 12.9 (2018)$498$280$534

Retrieved 11/12/2019. All iPad base capacity models with cellular in “good” condition.

iPad trade in options compared

Brick-and-mortar stores

Local shops are good for fast cash. They don’t require you to post an ad and there are no selling fees. However, there’s also no guarantee of sale and you might need to negotiate to get a fair price. In general, brick-and-mortar stores tend to pay 10 to 20 percent less than online buyback stores, though they might pay more for older iPad models – but considerably less for recent models.

Online marketplaces

Sites like eBay and Swappa can connect you to private buyers who are willing to pay good prices, but selling fees and PayPal fees cut into your profits. You’ll need to take the time to post ads, answer questions and potentially deal with returns. There’s no guarantee of sale, either, or your iPad might take a long time to sell. Those hassles might not be worth it if you’re only going to get an extra $20 to $50 – and buyback stores often pay more than online marketplaces for recent iPad models.

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Online buyback stores

Online buyback stores offer quick, guaranteed sales plus free shipping. There’s no need to post ads or pay selling fees; instead, you can expect to receive payment within one to three days after they receive your iPad.

There are many buyback stores that buy iPads, but some of them should be avoided due to a history of non-payment, delayed payments and poor reviews. Your best bet is to sell to a Flipsy Trust Verified Store. All our stores have been vetted to ensure fast payments, excellent customer service and a track record of positive independent reviews.

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