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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. Here are three places that pay more: Swappa and eBay, which can repay patience with good payouts, and 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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