What is Gazelle and Why Would I Use Their Services?

Gazelle is an online trade in service for used consumer electronics like iPhones, iPads, Macbooks, Samsung Galaxy devices, and many other smartphones and tablets. Gazelle pays you cash for your used gadgets when you’re ready to get new ones – cash you can use to pay for your upgrade, pay a bill, or buy anything you want. In essence, Gazelle rewards people for approaching consumption in a smart, environmentally responsible way. Rather than discard a device you no longer value or use, Gazelle provides original owners with an opportunity to exchange it for cash. The device is then given new life and value elsewhere.

Since 2008, Gazelle has paid out more than $150 million for unwanted technology and kept millions of gadgets out of the landfill. It truly is a win-win-win business. Gazelle buys high-end, used consumer electronics, and sell it to those who otherwise couldn’t afford buying new. It’s called reCommerce, and Gazelle helped pioneer the category. Because you are a valued reader of this site, if you click through to Gazelle you will earn an extra $10 on any iPad with a trade in value of $25 or more! (Offer expires 3/21) Visit Gazelle today, and see what your device is worth!

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  • Reply Michelle March 18, 2014 at 3:26 am

    I’ve never used Gazelle but I loved when I traded my iphone for an amazon giftcard. I would definitely think about trying it.

  • Reply Bismah March 18, 2014 at 4:40 am

    I am not familiar with Gazelle though I have heard of similar companies. It is great to hear about these companies who help others less fortunate through helping the environment at the same time.

  • Reply Sandra (at) Coasahmom (dot) com March 18, 2014 at 4:46 am

    I haven’t heard of them before but I do like what they’re about. Will definitely be looking into them some more. Thanks for the post.

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