What's a fair price to sell my iPhone 4?

Irish76

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Considering this sale to help subsidize a possible iPad or iPad mini purchase. I'm curious about what I could get out of my iPhone 4.
 

theorioles33

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Condition and storage capacity will play a roll how much you can get. I sold my iPhone 4 32GB in excellent shape and unlocked by AT&T for $200 just to give you an idea.
 

Irish76

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Thanks. Mine is 16g.
 

djwindsor

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I sold my 32gb black iPhone 4 two weeks ago for $235 on eBay. It was in mint condition. I think you can easily get $150 for the 16gb model if it is in very good condition. I really was amazed how well my phone held up over two years. Granted, I did keep a case on most of the time, but it still looked like the day I got it. I hope my IP5 keep is luster like the iPhone 4. I must say, the build quality is amazing. It truly feels like a work of art. It's a shame I have to keep a case on it.
 

Smrick

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I live in Canada so the market may be different. I sold my 4S 16 gb the day after the 5 came out for $375. Posted on kijiji and sold within 24 hours.
 

Timhea

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Sold my perfect condition 32gb iPhone 4 with original box/accessories for $250 on eBay.
 

Jerome G

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Just remember that sales of eBay have about a 9% fee after seller fee and Paypal fees
 

iPhoneFan10

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I sold my wife's 32GB iPhone 4 to Gazelle for $235.

At the same time, I also sold two iPhone 4S units to Gazelle for $279 (32GB) & $264 (16GB), respectively.

Total - $778

With three new iPhone 5s (1-32GB & 2-16GB), I ended up MAKING $51.55 after all was sold and done..

Not to bad..
 

iPhoneFan10

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Is it 16gb or 32gb ? if 16gb then According to latest price survey report you can get $350 for your 16GB iPhone 4.
I think $350 is too high for an iPhone 4-16GB... Maybe prior to iDay, but not now.

I got $235 for the same size phone two weeks ago through Gazelle. I got $279 for a 4S-32GB at the same time with Gazelle..

If you can find someone to give you $350 for a phone that is two generations past, and which, brand new, is now FREE to most new iPhone users, jump on it without hesitation.

I'm thinking your realistic value may be $100-$150 if that much..

Good luck!
 

n_stavr

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go for 300$ if you have no scratches in the Apple
 

Denever

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I would also suggest $300 at first and go for $200 as last price..

Good luck!
 
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I would suggest to do what I did. $150 starting bid and $250 Buy It Now. Mine sold for $222 with the Auction. It was a 16GB iPhone 4 in excellent used condition, still had a case on it too. Also free shipping. Buyers on eBay love that.

What is the condition of yours?
 

EverythingApple

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Mine's listed at $275 on Craigslist, provided I get the 5 soon. Had an offer before but had to decline.
 

jmp316

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Got $240 for my black 16g 4 on eBay last week, got $220 for my wife's (same phone). Gazelle was offering only $135 for these. You have to deal with eBay and PayPal fees, but you'll get more on eBay.
 
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I think $350 is too high for an iPhone 4-16GB... Maybe prior to iDay, but not now.

I got $235 for the same size phone two weeks ago through Gazelle. I got $279 for a 4S-32GB at the same time with Gazelle..

If you can find someone to give you $350 for a phone that is two generations past, and which, brand new, is now FREE to most new iPhone users, jump on it without hesitation.

I'm thinking your realistic value may be $100-$150 if that much..

Good luck!
Price depends the condition of phone if
Excellent condition for about $361.56.
Good condition for about $350.00.
Poor condition for about $325.00.
Non Functional condition for about $214.00.
Its all Depending on the exact condition and if there are any add-ons, the price may vary within the fair market range.
I would recommend you and all to briefly study movaluate because as per i guess in near future movaluate would become price setter because it guides to buyer and seller so no body can deceive them.
 
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dylanheyne

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It depends on what's included in the package. Is it still under warranty? Will it come with accessories such as jelly cases, Does it have protectors? Is it complete with the box, earphones and charger? :)