Nintendo Switch prices, trade in values and places to sell
Wondering how much a used Nintendo Switch is worth? Thinking about buying a cheap used Nintendo Switch? The following table compares how much you can expect to pay for a used Nintendo Switch in “good” condition.
USED NINTENDO SWITCH “BUY” PRICES (what you can expect to pay as of 1/20/2020)
Nintendo Switch Lite
* Prices for used Nintendo Switches with neon red/blue joy-cons and Nintendo Switch Lites with gray joy-cons in “good” condition. eBay average recent sales prices, Amazon “buy used” prices, GameStop “pre-owned” prices
Want to sell a Nintendo Switch instead? The table below shows how much you can expect to get for a used Nintendo Switch in “good” condition (expect 50% to 90% less if it’s damaged).
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USED NINTENDO SWITCH “SELL” PRICES (what you can expect to sell for as of 1/20/2020)
|Online Buyback Stores||Brick-and-Mortar Stores (Best Buy, Target, GameStop)||Online Marketplaces (eBay, after fees)|
|Nintendo Switch Lite||$55||$100||$144|
* Prices for used Nintendo Switches with neon red/blue joy-cons and Nintendo Switch Lites with gray joy-cons in “good” condition. eBay average recent sales prices after selling fees & PayPal fees
Nintendo Switch Price Factors
The prices mentioned here are for Nintendo Switch consoles with standard equipment and power supply. Your Nintendo Switch can be worth more if you have accessories. Special editions and bundles can also be worth more, especially if you still have the original box. Learn more about selling pro gaming controllers.
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Condition has a major influence on value, as most buyers prefer working consoles with minimal cosmetic damage (though some buyers, particularly those that refurbish gaming systems, will buy damaged and non-working consoles). Expect to get 15-20% less for each downgrade in condition.
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