Apple is offering increased trade-in values on devices through May 31st

Older Apple iPad and Apple WatchGet up to $2010 on the purchase of new or refurbished products at Apple using their official Trade In program. Trade in your old iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, or Android phone, and Apple will apply its appraised value toward the purchase of a new product. According to Apple, “Answer a few questions to find out your device’s trade-in value. Then give us your device and we’ll put the value on an Apple gift card (or e-credit) you can use anytime. If it’s ready to recycle, we’ll do it for free. Trading in your device is as easy as buying a new one. We’ll give you a prepaid trade-in kit or shipping label to send it off. Or you can bring it to an Apple Store. We’ll either give you instant credit toward the purchase of a new product or send your device on to our recyclers.”

From now through May 31, customers can earn extra trade-in credit towards a new Apple device when trading in an eligible iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch. Current trade in values, at the time of this post, are as follows:

– iPhones: Up to $700
– iPads: Up to $695
– Macs: Up to $2010
– Apple Watch: Up to $190
– Android: Up to $310

The fine print: “Trade-in values will vary based on the condition, year, and configuration of your trade-in device. Additional trade‑in values for iPhone require purchase of a new iPhone, subject to availability and limits. You must be at least 18 years old to be eligible to trade in for credit or for an Apple Store Gift Card. Not all devices are eligible for credit. More details are available from Apple’s trade-in partner for trade-in and recycling of eligible devices. Restrictions and limitations may apply. Payments are based on the received device matching the description you provided when your estimate was made.”

For more information, visit the Apple Trade In program page. (Note: MacPrices is an affiliate partner with Apple and may earn a small commission if you make a purchase through one of our links. It’s how this site is supported–thank you!)

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