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NextWorth Offers High Trade-In Values for the First Generation iPad(March 04, 2011)
Lawrence, MA (PRWEB) March 4, 2011
NextWorth (http://www.NextWorth.com), a leader in consumer electronics upgrades and trade-ins, today highlights its high trade-in values for the first generation iPad to help upgrade to the recently announced iPad 2. With NextWorth, its easy to trade in used electronics either online at NextWorth.com, or in Target stores nationwide.
NextWorth historically provides industry-leading trade-in values for both online and in-store customers. With the price of a new iPad 2 at $499, consumers can earn at least half the cost toward their upgrade and up to $390 by trading in an original model. There is no need to trade-in your accessories with NextWorth consumers can keep them and use the accessories with their upgraded device. At NextWorth.com, customers have the choice of cash or a gift card when they trade in. NextWorth offers FREE, fully-insured UPS shipping service to all online customers.
Apple products tend retain value more than other brands, and the iPad is no exception. NextWorth provides great values for used iPads that are in Light Wear condition (the unit is fully functional, the display is flawless but the back might have slight scratches). Current trade-in values on NextWorth for iPads with Light Wear are on average 9% higher than other values offered in the marketplace (as of 3/3/2011)*:
- iPad 16GB Wifi: $255
- iPad 32GB Wifi: $285
- iPad 64GB Wifi: $310
- iPad 16GB Wifi + 3G: $298
- iPad 32GB Wifi + 3G: $350
- iPad 64GB Wifi + 3G: $390
Consumers are encouraged to act quickly. Historically, trade-in values of the previous generation gadget tend to decline up to 45% when a new product is made available.
Headquartered just outside Boston, Massachusetts, NextWorth is a leader in consumer electronic upgrades and trade-ins with a mission of promoting reuse and recycling. NextWorth strives to keep consumer electronics out of the landfills and helps people responsibly upgrade their gadgets. NextWorth facilitates the sale and trade-in process for 10 different product categories including leading products such as iPads, iPods, and iPhones both online and through select retailers. NextWorth strives to create hassle-free, high-value exchanges to ease the upgrade process for consumers. For more information on NextWorth their services and retail partner store locations visit http://www.NextWorth.com.
*The values quoted are valid only for March 3, 2011. The values will change depending upon the condition of the trade-in item. The official trade-in quote will be provided once the store associate or NextWorth evaluates your item. iPadTM and the Apple Logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. NextWorth is not in any way an authorized dealer, distributor, affiliate, or partner of Apple Computer Inc. All other brands mentioned and trademarks displayed herein are the property of their respective holders.
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