Trade in Your Old Phone: Best Buy Mobile Specialty Stores #sponsored
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Best Buy Wolf blogger program. All opinions are 100% mine.
We all have it, you know, those old and outdated cell phones that collect in a junk drawer because we aren’t sure what to do with them! Ours happened to end up in the toy bin in order to prevent my toddler from making out of country phone calls with my current cell phone. It worked for some time, but like many other toys, it eventually made its way to the bottom of the bin where it collected dust. So what is to become of this old cell phone that is not worth the hassle of selling but not non functional enough that it should be thrown away? Well my friends I have discovered the perfect solution for you! Did you know that you can bring in old phone cell phones to Best Buy Mobile specialty stores and get up to $200!? I had no idea they did this EVERYDAY! The process is simple and easy and who doesn’t love a gift card? So the next time you have an old cell phone laying around, consider bringing into your local Best Buy to see what they can do for you!
About the Program:
Need to get a new mobile phone but dreading the experience of shopping for one? Explore Best Buy Mobile specialty stores – these shops are found locally in malls or in your neighborhood shopping centers, and are focused on mobile devices and accessories. Shop for the latest smartphones and tablets from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, from all the top brands, along with stylish accessories to suit your lifestyle. The staff is highly trained, yet non-commissioned, so they can help determine the right phone for you, as well as compare plans across the carriers. They can set up and activate your new phone, transfer your contacts and data and set you up with the complimentary Walk Out Working program.
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Did You Know?
“Best Buy said it recycled more than 350,000 phones of all types last year alone. In all the trade-In program accepts more than 11,000 items: a gaggle of consumer electronics products that include tablets, laptops, PCs, MP3 players, cameras and then some. You’re not required to have purchased those products at Best Buy. The retailer and its partners handle refurbishing, recycling, and making sure there’s a “Green” outcome.”
The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free