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The Surprising Value of Older Phones

Do you have phones that have been tucked in a drawer since Left Shark stole the Super Bowl and you broke out the Whip and Nae Nae at that forgettable wedding reception? If so, you’re not alone: the average American household has $265 worth of unused gadgets lying around. With the holidays approaching, now could be a good time to cash in on old phones and get free funds for the gift-giving season – and you might be surprised at how much some older phones are worth.

Current buyback & eBay values for older phones

PHONE

FLIPSY BUYBACK VALUE

EBAY VALUE (after fees)

iPhone 6s (2015)

$76 – $102

$81 – $107

iPhone 6s Plus (2015)

$107 – $134

$119 – $149

iPhone 6 (2014)

$49 – $66

$67 – $72

iPhone 6 Plus (2014)

$86 – $107

$96 – $131

Galaxy S6 (2015)

$46 – $61

$55 – $72

Galaxy S6 Edge (2015)

$54 – $62

$56 – $75

Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (2015)

$64 – $71

$78 – $105

Galaxy Note 5 (2015)

$80 – $85

$92 – $104

Galaxy Note Edge (2014)

$85

$76

* Prices retrieved 11/20/2019. Values for lowest and highest capacity phones on the Verizon network in “good” condition. eBay values via eBay phone selling page, less standard eBay & PayPal fees

If you have old phones to sell, you can list on sites like eBay or compare offers from online buyback stores on Flipsy. The entire process takes less than an hour, which means you could make $50 to $100 per hour or more when you sell your old phones.

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FREE MONEY: The average household has $265 worth of old gadgets.