Need help selling iPad

Robbinhoodz25

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Simply put, how much do you think I should let a 1st Gen iPad go for?
I'm trying to possibly put it up on the Craig' to sell it. Oh by the way it's a 32gb version
 
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Hello. I just searched for a 32 gb 1st generation iPad on eBay, and one is selling auction style and is ending in 48 minutes. Current high bid is $180. I will update my post once it is complete, if the price increases. It is in used, fair condition with a noticeable scratch on front and backside.

What is the condition of yours?


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Robbinhoodz25

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It is in good shape but does have a small dent on the back
 
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It is in good shape but does have a small dent on the back
The eBay listing is still at $180 ending in 20 minutes.

Most people don't mind a small dent, especially on the back. As long as the screen is in good condition and the iPad works, it will sell.


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jmp316

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Simply put, how much do you think I should let a 1st Gen iPad go for?
I'm trying to possibly put it up on the Craig' to sell it. Oh by the way it's a 32gb version
I would say not more than $200 with the dent. Does it have all original boxes, etc? Wifi only? IMO, start it at $250 and don't settle for less than $200.
 
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Bharding08

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I was gonna say 200-185 sounds about right


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Honey Beagle

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It is in good shape but does have a small dent on the back
I always think when a device has a dent then that effects the function eventually because when the dent happened the components on the iPad are less than perfect.
 

RoofMonkey

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I always think when a device has a dent then that effects the function eventually because when the dent happened the components on the iPad are less than perfect.
The post you replied to is almost 2.5 years old.