Saturday, 25 March 2017

Sell Your Stuff, Get Cash - Phones


Money. You need it and you don’t have enough of it.

But hey, we’re all in the same boat! Whether you’re finally going to take the plunge with the Google Pixel or pick up an extra pair of iPhone Earpods, it’s always great to have a little extra cash laying around, right?


Most of us have an idea of what old junk we could sell, but here is a fact that might shock you. Did you know that every single year 15 million Britons purchase a new phone. That means that millions upon millions of old phones are either ending up in a landfill or simply getting lost under the cushions of couches across Britain. Most of us either chuck these things in the trash or shove them in the back of a closet. ALL of this can make you cold hard cash NOW!

The Wrong Way

Whether it’s websites like Ebay or Craigslist or even at car-boot sale or flea market, there is always some place to get rid of your unwanted phones. However, what you need to watch out for is the fact that most- if not all of these places- will end up offering you some pretty rubbish cash. After all, between paying for postage on an item or someone trying to stiff you for a quick bit of cash, these places usually end up being a waste of time and effort. That said, there is somewhere that’s worth checking out...

The Right Way

Sick of selling your old phones and accessories and receiving little or no cash? Why not swing by your local CeX store. At CeX we offer fantastic and competitive prices for any items we buy, and what’s more, we’ll offer you store credit or cold hard cash for your stuff- it’s up to YOU. From there you can walk out our door with your easy earnings or check out our in-store items, all of which have a 24 month warranty.

Check out your local CeX store HERE, and start turning your old stuff into quick cash NOW.

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