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Does Amazon have a trade-in program for Kindles like Apple does for iPhones?

Question: My Kindle is a few years old and I'd like to buy a new one.. will Amazon buy back my old one or should I just try and sell it myself?

Answer: Let's start with the good news first: You're in luck - Kindles can indeed be traded in! Amazon has a buy-back program that pays you up to $35 for your old Kindle.

The bad news is that this program ends on Dec 31, 2017... which means you need to move fast to claim your buy-back amount!

Click here to get up to $35 off Trade in your Kindle off a new one.

Here's some more information about the program:

What is the Amazon Trade-In program?

The Amazon Trade-In program allows customers to receive an Amazon Gift Card in exchange for hundreds of thousands of eligible items including video games, Kindles, books, electronics, DVDs, and more. The process is easy and convenient with an immediate offer and free shipping.

How it works

1. Tell Amazon about your old Kindle. Answer a few questions about its condition to receive a trade-in quote. Even non-working devices are eligible.

2. Ship it for free. Print a shipping label and send in your Kindle for free—they'll verify its condition within 7 days.

3. Get paid and buy a new Kindle. Once your device is accepted, an Amazon Gift Card equal to the appraised value of your Kindle plus a $20 bonus towards a new Kindle will be automatically applied to your account.

Click here to get up to $35 off Trade in your Kindle off a new one.


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