Amazon Allows you to Trade In Old Devices for Gift Cards

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Amazon has a Trade-in program designed to handle unused electronic devices by refurbishing them for resale or recycling them. This initiative is part of Amazon’s broader goal to promote sustainability and reduce electronic waste. Customers who participate in the program by trading in their items are compensated with a digital gift card. In cases where the traded-in devices are not viable for resale, Amazon facilitates recycling through approved recyclers, and the customer may still receive a promotional discount.

The range of items accepted by the Amazon Trade-in program includes various electronic devices. Eligible products encompass Kindle eReaders, various tablets such as Fire Tablets and iPads, streaming media players like Fire TV Sticks, Chromecast, and Apple TV, as well as Echo devices, Bluetooth speakers, headphones, home security devices including those from Ring and Arlo, wireless routers, and cell phones from manufacturers such as Apple, Google, Samsung, LG, and Motorola. Additionally, gaming consoles, games, and accessories from systems like Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo can also be traded in.

Customers looking to trade in their electronic devices and potentially receive a digital gift card as well as a promotional discount, if applicable, can do so through the Amazon Trade-in program. For more information on the program and to assess the trade-in value of devices, check out Amazon’s Trade-In site here.

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