Thanks to our iPhone event sponsor Decluttr, 9to5Mac readers can trade-in iPhones now with a special 10% extra on your trade-in and a 28-day price lock ahead of iPhone 12.

With the launch of the new iPhone 12 models coming up, previous iPhone models are about to lose value. In fact, most can lose on average around 15% of their value in the first month following the launch of the new models and that means now is the perfect time to trade-in your old iPhone ahead of upgrading to a new model. Decluttr offers a fast, easy and free way to sell your old tech and keep it out of the landfill.

To help you get ready, Decluttr is offering 9to5Mac readers a special 10% extra on trade-ins along with its extended 28-day price lock guarantee, allowing you to lock in a trade-in quote now and send in your device later after you receive your new iPhone.

On average, Decluttr pays around 33% more than carrier buyback programs, and it pays out in cash instead of credit, allowing you to put your money towards whatever device or plan you want instead of being limited to carrier offers.

Not only can you get the most out of your old device, you’ll also be preventing them from heading to the landfill as the majority of devices sent to Decluttr are repaired, refurbished and sold to new customers. Any device that the company can’t sell gets recycled responsibly for you.

So far Decluttr has paid over $400 million to over 6 million happy customers. They have an Excellent rating from over 14,000 reviews on Trustpilot and Elite status on Reseller Ratings, plus they’re BBB accredited. 

Just tell Decluttr what you’re selling and they’ll give you a free instant valuation. Then, ship your items for FREE and you’ll get paid the day after your items arrive by direct deposit or PayPal.

Head over to Decluttr now to trade-in iPhones & more with an extra 10% and a 28-day price lock guarantee.

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