How to sell your Samsung tablet
Selling your Samsung tablet is easy with CompareMyMobile. You just need to follow three simple steps.
- Compare prices. Look for your Samsung tablet at the top of this page or enter its model number. Compare prices from over 40 recyclers, pick the one you like and click through.
- Post it off. Tell the recycler what condition your Samsung tablet is in, whether it’s mint or broken. They’ll then send you a postage pack, usually for free, for you to send in your old device.
- Get paid! Once the recycler has your tablet and has run some quick tests, they’ll pay you. It couldn’t be easier.
Sell your Samsung tablet for cash
Selling a Samsung tablet is easy, especially when you use an online price comparison site like CompareMyMobile.
In fact, we make it as easy as possible. We have over 40 recycling partners looking for old Samsung tablets and they don’t mind whether they’re vintage models or the latest, greatest.
Different recyclers will offer different devices depending on the device you have and the condition it’s in.
Choose the price you like, read reviews of others’ experiences and then choose the best price for you. Whatever Samsung tablet you have, you’ll be able to get some cash for it.
Can I sell a used or broken Samsung tablet?
Absolutely. It doesn’t matter if it has a broken screen, cracked frame or dodgy buttons.
Most recyclers are happy to take old devices, as they can use the internal components to refresh and refurbish other devices and sell them on.
However, many won’t take tablets that have water damage, as this often means components no longer work.
The main thing to keep in mind is that broken Samsung tablets will attract a lower price.
Be honest about its condition when you first choose a recycler and be aware that they may lower their offer if the device is in a worse state than anticipated.
You’re welcome to reject any new offer, but may need to pay for postage to have it returned to you.
How much is a used Samsung Tab worth?
It all depends on what model you have, the amount of storage it has, whether it has a data as well as WiFi connection and the condition it’s in.
The best way to find out is looking for your model at the top of this page or searching for it here on CompareMyMobile.
Obviously, newer models, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 with WiFi and data connectivity, will command more cash than an ageing Galaxy Tab 3.
Some recyclers will pay more if you include the charging cable or even the original box it came in. Who said keeping your old tech handy was a bad idea?
What condition can I sell my tablet in?
As long as your Samsung tablet isn’t broken in two or water damaged, you can sell it. That means cracked screens, sticky buttons and bumps and scrapes on the chassis are all very much acceptable.
Of course, this means you’ll get less cash. But you’ll get a price for it no matter what. If you need a few quid and fast, then you’re in luck.
What happens after I trade in my Samsung tablet?
After you trade your Samsung tablet in, your chosen recycler will run some tests to check that it’s in the condition they’re expecting.
This is just a quick once over to ensure there are no hidden problems. This process doesn’t take long.
Once sorted, they’ll then pay you for it, either by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque, depending on which option you chose when you decided to sell it.
Be sure to wipe your Samsung tablet of all your data after backing it up and perform a factory reset to protect your personal information.
How can I tell which model of Samsung tablet I have?
All you need to do is head into the Settings app on your Samsung tablet and tap About. Here you’ll find the model number you need to get the right price from recyclers, as well as its storage capacity and whether it supports data as well as WiFi.
Can I trade in my old Samsung mobile with CompareMyMobile?
Yes! We have options for a huge array of old Samsung smartphones, whether it’s last year’s Galaxy S21 or an older model you have kicking around in a drawer. Compare prices with CompareMyMobile now.
We take most old mobile phones, made by Apple, Huawei, Sony and loads of others. Compare now to see what price you can get for your old device.