Here at NextWorth, we want to make sure trading your old or unused electronics is as easy as possible. In order to do that, we have two ways to trade: online or in-store. Take a look at the differences below to decide which is right for you.
Mail from the convenience of your home with online trades.
Grab your computer, find your product in our online catalog and get an instant quote. We’ll provide a pre-paid shipping label for you. Carefully pack your item(s), attach the shipping label and drop it off at your local UPS store.
This is a great option for people who live out of town or don’t have a participating retailer near them. If you like taking care of things yourself, and don’t mind waiting a few days for your cash, then online trades are perfect for you.
Get instant rewards with in-store trades.
Don’t like waiting for the mail? In-store trades are for you! Simply take your device to one of our participating retailers for instant store credit or a gift card that you can use on anything you like.
We’ve partnered with more than 1,470 Target stores to accept your devices, videogames and DVDs in-store. Visit the mobile kiosk within a participating Target store to make your trade.
If you live in NYC, visit the J&R at 23 Park Row to trade in electronics for a gift card to use in the store. It’s easy and fast!
Have questions about the difference between online and in-store trades? Leave a comment below.