Spring cleaning? Here are 8 used gadgets worth $50+


It’s that time of year to start spring cleaning and make some cash out of all that extra stuff you no longer need. Are you curious to know what your stuff is worth? 

1. Phones

Old iPhones and Samsung phones retain excellent value: an iPhone 6 can be worth up to $114, an iPhone 7 up to $233, and an iPhone 8 up to $419. A Galaxy S6 can be worth up to $91, an S7 up to $100 and an S8 up to $193. 

2. iPads and Tablets

An iPad Air 2 can fetch up to $160 and an iPad Mini 4 can be worth up to $187. A Microsoft Surface Pro 2 (WiFi) can be sold for up to $155, and a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 can go for up to $99. 

3. Apple Watches

An Apple Watch Series 0 Steel is worth up to $65, while a Series 2 Aluminum Sport can fetch up to $119. 

4. Mac Computers

You can get more than $300 for a 2015 MacBook, more than $500 for a 2015 MacBook Pro and as much as $315 for a 2013 MacBook Air. 

5. iPods

5th and 6th generation iPod Touches can be worth more than $50 (and older iPods can be worth $25 or more). 

6. Cameras

Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony digital cameras can all be worth hundreds, as can classic cameras made by Polaroid, Rolleiflex, Fuji and Kodak. 

7. Headphones

Beats, Bose, Sennheiser, Shure, Audeze and other headphones can be worth hundreds of dollars. 

8. Video game consoles

Late generation video game consoles like the Xbox One, PS4, Wii U and Nintendo Switch can be worth more than $50. Some older consoles and handhelds, including the Nintendo 3DS XL, can be sold for more than $50; while many other consoles are worth between $20 and $40.

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