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Make Money By Selling Your Electronics at

You can make some extra money pretty quickly by heading to There you can sell and recycle used electronics, video games, DVDs and more. Offers for your item are given instantly, and if you decide to accept the offer, you can even ship your item to Gazelle for free.

'Gazelle provides an easy, fast, and safe way for you to sell or recycle electronics. When you gazelle cell phones, MP3 players, laptops, or other gadgets, you'll earn cash and help save the environment by keeping electronics moving and out of landfills.'

Things you can sell include camcorders, calculators, MP3 players, gaming consoles, cell phones, movies and video games. You can even get offers for items that are missing parts!

'Once your item is received, it will be hand evaluated by a trained member of our gadget lab team where your offer is confirmed and all personal data removed. The vast majority of items move through this process quickly and we are able to send payment within about a week of receiving your item. Throughout the process, we'll send you email updates about the status of your item.'

 You will get paid by check, PayPal, Walmart Prepaid Visa, or® gift card, whichever method you choose. You can also select from more than 100 approved charities and donate the value of your items to your favorite cause.

To find out the value of your item, just search for your item/gadget, on the website then answer a few questions about it- age, condition, missing pieces, working or not, etc. You will then receive an offer instantly. You decide if you want to accept the offer or not. Pretty simple.

Transactions with a value of at least $1.00 will qualify for free shipping - you will be able to print out the free shipping label. Many items will qualify for free packaging as well  - Gazelle will mail the packing boxes to you for some transactions!

Learn more about making money selling your used electronics by heading over to today!


Kristy said…
I love gazelle. I sold a bunch of stuff to them once, including an old laptop computer. I didn't think the computer was worth much but when they received it they actually determined it was worth MORE than they had originally offered me so they paid me more for it. How many companies would actually be that honest? I was very impressed :)
Irene said…
That is awesome Kristy! Thanks so much for sharing your experience with this site - happy to hear how well it worked out for you!

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