If you have decided to sell your iPod, then there a number of ways in which you can go about it.
If you want to make money off the device, you will want to consider recycle shops both physical and online, or alternatively selling it privately in one form or another. On the other hand, if you’re not too worried about making money off the device, you can instead consider giving it away to charity or a mate.
This blog outlines some of the options available to you if you do opt to sell ipod devices.
There are a number of shops out there on your local high street which will offer you cash straight away for your device. You know the type, they typically have a shop window full of all manner of devices and when you pop inside are literally packed with people trying to sell all sorts of weird and wonderful devices. Thankfully those who sell iPod devices to them will always be popular, as Apple products are always popular.
Tech Recycle Website
If you are not in as much of a rush to receive the cash for your gadget, you can sell iPod devices to an online tech recycle firm instead. Often these will be better than swapping it in a recycle swap as if they don’t go on to sell the device, many will at least ensure it is disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
There are obviously a few places online for you to sell your iPod if you prefer to sell it privately. There are a number of auction sites for you to consider, and also a number of other sites that allow private sellers to list their items.
If you’re quite traditional in your approach to selling things, you might instead look at selling your device in your local papers classified section. This can help you find a local buyer, but obviously compared to the Internet might limit the number of potential buyers looking to snap up a bargain.
If you’re not bothered about making any money back on your iPod, you could always donate it to a charity shop. No doubt they will be delighted to take the gadget off your hands, and you will know then the money is going to a good cause.
Give It To A Mate
Alternatively, you could just give the device to a friend. Unless they are tech savvy and have to have the latest gadgets all the time, they will probably be grateful to receive your iPod. Best of all, unlike selling it to some randoms, your friends are likely to have a similar music taste to yourself, so if you accidently leave on a song you’d be quite embarrassed about someone else knowing you like, your friend might have the same guilty pleasure as one of their favourite tunes.
Second Thoughts? Alternative Ways To Use An IPod
If you’ve had second thoughts about selling your iPod after reading this blog, you could utilise it in other ways rather than leaving it sat in a draw. For example you could use it as your sound system in a spare room or plug it into your car stereo to get away from the humdrum and same old songs of the radio.
Louisa Jenkins is a freelance technology blogger. She offers advice to people looking to sell iPod products, as well as sharing her knowledge on the latest gadgets.