With the iPad 2 right around the corner, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to pay for another $500+ plus device. Well, good thing companies like NextWorth are around to help you out. NextWorth, a “leader in consumer electronics and trade-ins,” will offer you up to $390 for an original iPad with light wear. The trade-in prices for “light wear” iPads are as follows:
- iPad 16G Wifi: $255
- iPad 32GB Wifi: $285
- iPad 64GB Wifi: $310
- iPad 16G Wifi + 3G: $298
- iPad 32G wifi + 3G: $350
- iPad 64GB Wifi + 3G: $390
If the iPad 2 is priced similarly to the current model iPad, these prices will knock off a decent percentage of your new purchase. NextWorth is also partnered with Target, so you can trade-in your device at one of 900 Target stores nationwide or online from the comfort of your home (Target will give credit cards while their website can give you cash).
However, keep in mind this isn’t your only option. Companies such as BuyBackWorld and PowerMax will also take iPads. Surprisingly, it doesn’t appear as if SellYourMac does yet, though. You could also even try to sell your old iPad on eBay or Craigslist.
Regardless, there are plenty of ways you’ll be able to make the upgrade affordable.