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Where to Get the Most for Your Phone

Millions of people sell their old phones to carriers when they upgrade, but they could be leaving up to $200 or more on the table as carriers pay 15% to 50% less than other options. Two places that pay more are Swappa and eBay, which can repay patience with good payouts. Another is our free service, Flipsy, which offers the convenience of instant and guaranteed sales.

Device

Swappa

eBay

Flipsy

iPhone SE 2

$286

$237

$215

iPhone 11 Pro Max

$786

$559

$700

iPhone 11 Pro

$704

$500

$610

iPhone 11

$529

$398

$495

iPhone XS Max

$470

$429

$470

iPhone XR

$369

$322

$320

iPhone XS

$374

$346

$380

iPhone X

$362

$327

$335

iPhone 8

$199

$172

$171

iPhone 7

$136

$111

$107

iPhone 6s

$73

$76

$69

Galaxy Z Flip

$659

$636

$635

Galaxy Fold

$747

$568

$780

Galaxy S20 Plus 5G

$597

$501

$550

Galaxy S20 5G

$591

$479

$480

Galaxy Note 10 Plus

$467

$429

$450

Galaxy Note 10

$466

$366

$420

Galaxy S10 Plus

$442

$373

$370

Galaxy S10

$359

$300

$355

Galaxy Note 9

$286

$186

$240

Galaxy S9

$199

$157

$187

Galaxy Note 8

$201

$162

$145

LG V50 ThinQ 5G

$324

$209

$176

LG V40 ThinQ

$165

$157

$110

LG G8 ThinQ

$222

$184

$128

LG G7 ThinQ

$123

$89

$71

* Prices retrieved 9/23/2020. All base models in “good” condition on Verizon, Sprint or AT&T networks. Displayed Swappa & eBay prices are after fees. Swappa “lowest recently sold” price. eBay “trending price” on “sell your phone” page.

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