Amazon Expands Trade-In Program with Thousands of Electronics

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amazon_logo_resize.gifAmazon.com recently announced the Electronics Trade-In Store, offering customers a new way to conveniently trade in used electronics for Amazon.com Gift Cards.

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The Electronics Trade-In Store enhances Amazon's existing Trade-In program, which previously accepted trade-ins of everything from video games and DVDs to textbooks. Customers can now trade in electronics, including tablets, cell phones, MP3 players, cameras, GPS devices, and more. With Amazon Trade-In, only one box is needed to ship multiple items and shipping is free.

Regardless of where electronics and other products may have been purchased, customers start by simply searching for items to trade in. If the product is listed as eligible for trade-in, then customers can click the Trade-In button to add items to their trade-in shipment.

Amazon's Trade-In program offers a variety of condition types including "Like New," "Good" and "Acceptable," giving customers an easy way to view multiple trade-in values. Once customers have added all the items they would like to trade in to their shipment, they can print a pre-paid shipping label and ship everything for free. After the product is received and inspected, an Amazon.com Gift Card will be deposited into the customer's Amazon.com account, generally in less than 48 hours. There are no claim codes or waiting for a check in the mail. Amazon.com Gift Cards can be used on purchases towards millions of items on Amazon.com.


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