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What is the Amazon Trade-In Program?
The Amazon Trade-In Program allows customers to receive an Amazon.com Gift Card in exchange for over a million eligible items including DVDs, CDs, video games, electronics, and books. The process is easy and convenient with free shipping, an immediate offer, and no required registration or listing.How long will it take to receive payment once I trade in my item?
Depending on your location, Trade-in submissions may take up to 10 business days to arrive before your submission is processed. The packages you sent can be tracked anytime in Your Trade-in Account.
In general, all items must be in at least acceptable condition and the item you wish to trade in must match the exact version displayed in the Trade-In search results or on the product page on Amazon.com. You can find the full condition descriptions by visiting our Eligible Products and Condition Criteria page.Are there any shipping or other fees?
When using the pre-paid shipping label, shipping trade-in items is completely free, and there are no other fees. When submitting a trade-in, customers will print a pre-paid U.S. Postal Service shipping label for sending in all items. If a trade-in item is not accepted, and is returned, there is no cost for return shipping.
What do I do if I lost my shipping label?
You can print a shipping label at any time by going to Your Trade-in Account and clicking the Print Shipping Label button on the trade-in order.
If your item is not listed in the Trade-In Store, then we currently do not have an offer for it. However the Trade-In program is being constantly updated with new titles, so check back regularly.Do you guarantee the Trade-In price listed on your website?
Yes, if your trade-in is postmarked within 7 calendar days of submission and the item meets or exceeds the product eligibility criteria.Who do I contact with questions about my trade-in?
The most recent status of your trade-in is available online anytime in Your Trade-in Account.
Game Trade-in Values from Amazon.com
Amazon’s Video Games Trade-In program allows you to get Amazon.com gift cards for your old games, accessories and consoles that you can use to score the hottest new releases and gear. The program is easy and convenient, and the process is straightforward. Whether you’ve mastered your game of the week or just want a taste of something different, Amazon.com has you in mind with its delightfully simple game trade-in service. Turn in your old video games and hardware and reap the benefits with generous game trade-in values from Amazon.com. We pride ourselves in facilitating a quick and easy video game trade-in service, so you can get maximum mileage out of your previously played titles.
Looking to maximize the potential of an old video-game collection? Amazon.com offers great game trade-in values on used titles for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii. Trade in old copies of NCAA Football 13, Sleeping Dog, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Darksiders II, and other in-demand games. Instead of letting them collect dust on your shelf, exchange them for new, exciting products with Amazon.com's game trade-in service.
Get more bang for your buck by unloading old consoles and accessories with Amazon.com's game trade-in feature. Amazon.com accepts newer and older generations of some of the most beloved game systems of your day, including PS2, Xbox, GameCube, and Nintendo 64. You can also trade in used accessories, such as controllers, wireless headsets, battery packs, and cables.
The satisfaction after a long, successful finish to a challenging video game is hard to beat. Luckily for you, Amazon.com’s game trade-in values and corresponding gift card make the end that much sweeter by giving you something to look forward to, whether it’s a new game or equipment.