Sell Your Samsung Galaxy Note 3
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Select the condition of the device
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Your device is in ‘average’ condition if it:
• Is free from cracks
• Turns on
• Is in working order
• Has no major scratches or body damage
Select your devices conditions to compare prices
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How to sell my Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Simply use the filters above to load accurate trade-in quotes from electronics buyback programs
Selling your Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Looking for the best place to sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Then Gadget Valuer is the website you’ve been looking for. Our powerful comparison system lets you trade-in your old Note 3 for the best possible price, by comparing quotes from the leading mobile phone recyclers in the US.
How much will I get for my Galaxy Note 3
The most important first step is to use Gadget Valuer to compare prices from the foremost mobile recyclers in the country. During this process, be aware that a number of factors will affect how much money you will be offered for your Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Using a comparison system like ours means you can find out which recycler is offering the best prices. Be aware that these prices may be significantly higher than those paid by your Samsung buy-back program.
Take advantage of Gadget Valuer’s powerful, easy-to-use comparison system and make sure you get the best possible price when you trade in your old Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
What if my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is broken?
There are of course a variety of factors that will determine how much a recycler will pay you for your Note 3. These may include which carrier your mobile is on, or how much storage your device has.
But one of the biggest factors relates to the condition of your phone; whether or not it is broken or damaged. It may have damaged buttons, for example, or a cracked screen. If your Note 3 device is broken in any way, ensure you read the terms and conditions of the recycler in full – so you know precisely what constitutes a broken mobile and what doesn’t.
A broken Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can still be sold, but will of course not command as big a payment as one that is fully functional and in good condition. It may be worth considering getting your damaged Note 3 fixed before sending it off to a recycler. After all, your Galaxy Note 3 represents a significant investment – you should try and get as much money back as possible