This holiday season, Best Buy’s Trade-In program is making it easy for Vancouverites to declutter old electronics and opt for something new for yourself, which you can purchase with a Best Buy gift card. It’s an easy and affordable way to get rid of gently used electronic devices you no longer have use for, while treating yourself or giving a gift to someone on your holiday shopping list.
How to Trade-In Your Electronic Devices at Best Buy:
Step 1: Find out the estimated value of your electronic device. Click here to pick from categories including: Tablets, iPod & MP3 Players, Laptops, Gaming Consoles, Video Games and Cell Phones. The age, condition and the original accessories included with the device will affect the Trade-In value of your item. Best Buy Canada uses proprietary technology to evaluate your device and provide an offer.
Step 2: Find a Best Buy Mobile or big box store near you that can accept your item. Best Buy locations in Vancouver include Robson & Granville and Cambie and West 6th. Best Buy Mobile locations in Vancouver include at Pacific Centre and Park Royal. Note that each location of Best Buy has their own hours and restrictions for the trade-in program. For example, some locations only take transactions before 6pm, while Best Buy Mobile locations only take cell phones. It’s best to check the Best Buy store locator for more information about any potential restrictions for this program.
Step 3: Bring your items to the store to claim your gift card. The gift card you receive doesn’t have to be used on the same category of item you traded in – it can be used for almost anything in-stores or online, including stylish accessories by Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff, House of Harlow and Trina Turk.
With Christmas just around the corner, the gift card you receive from Best Buy’s Trade-In Program is also a great way to cross someone off your holiday shopping list. For more information, visit: bestbuy.ca.