No one likes to let perfectly good electronics go to waste. But let’s face it, we all have laptops, phones, televisions, cameras and the like lying around the house, collecting dust and waiting to be discarded. Sure, you could put these items up for sales on eBay or Craig’s List, hoping your “trash” is someone else’s treasure. But what if you could get an estimate on those electronic items–money that could then be put towards a gift card at RadioShack? Well, you can, thanks to “The Shack Trade and Save Program,” which allows you to trade in hundreds of qualifying items (phones, MP3 players, cameras, game consoles, computers, etc.) either online or in-store and receive credit towards a new purchase.
Do you have a copy of “Call of Duty: Black Ops”? Do you think you’re really going to be playing that once the new “Modern Warfare” comes out? I know I won’t be. But that doesn’t mean the soon-to-be-old game has no value. With this RadioShack exchange program, a copy of “Call of Duty: Black Ops” might worth as much as $6.30. Just go online and get a free, quick appraisal of any eligible product. Or go to your local store and do the same.
Your 13″ MacBook might be worth as much as $272 upon trade in. Your Garmin GPS device might be worth as much as $21. Want to buy a new iPhone 5 when it comes out? Your iPhone 4 could get you as much as $147 towards your next Radio Shack purchase. Know what that can get me (or you)? A Sony DVP-FX970 Portable DVD Player.
If you want to do the transaction in person, find a participating Radio Shack store by searching here. Then bring in your eligible working products. If you accept the on-site appraisal, Radio Shack will instantly apply the value to your purchase.
If you want to trade online, you can use the appraisal tool to determine the value of your items. Then print out a prepaid shipping label and send the items for free. Your Radio Shack gift card will be mailed to you, and then you can shop in-store or online.
Why let those old electronics go to waste? And why throw them away? Get some money for your old items, so you can buy some great new products at RadioShack.
This is a Sponsored post written by our review staff on behalf of RadioShack.