Christmas shopping and spending on seasonal fare, decorations and festive nights out can leave even the most budget-conscious strapped for cash in the run up to December 25th. Though despite shelling out on all these necessities it is also possible to see a rise in your bank balance, by selling your unwanted items online. Sites such as MusicMagpie make it quick and hassle-free to sell iPod accessories and mp3 players themselves, mobile phones, laptops, computers, and other electrical items. Once you’ve made your money back, be sure to put this aside and use to cover the cost of all those festive essentials.
Rapid developments in the world of technology means that many of us will be regularly updating our laptops, computers and music players, eager to get the latest gadget. As a result, your bedroom or study will likely be filled with tech which is still in great condition and perfect working order, but lies unused and unloved! MusicMagpie, provides an ideal platform to sell these goods in a quick and straightforward way and receive a speedy financial reward for your efforts too.
No tech company does product launches and updates quite like Apple. The company’s first major product premiere was the iMac G3 in 1998 and this has been followed by much-hyped and publicised releases in the subsequent years. In 2009, a massive 33 products were released, although 2012 has not quite managed to top this figure yet. Already there is speculation over technology developments in 2013, with Apple fans eagerly awaiting the major releases of the Apple Television, a new Retina display iPad mini and MacBook Air, not to mention the new iPhone, iPad and Mac!
As such, making sure your Apple products are kept up to date can be an exhausting task and leave the most dedicated devotees with a slew of redundant items. So why not head to MusicMagpie and find out how much money you could make? Simply enter the product description to get a quote and drop off your items at your local Send Shop, using the free Send Service. Or, if things get too busy in the run-up to Christmas, you can opt for the free Courier Service: just arrange a convenient time for a pick up and someone will collect the items from your door! Even better, this service is fully insured, meaning you can rest assured about the delivery of your once-loved items. Don’t worry if you’ve chucked your iPod or iPhone packaging, just cover in bubble wrap and box-up to keep them safe and free from damage.
You can even choose your payment method to that which best suits you. A bank transfer or cheque may be the most convenient, but those looking to spend their earnings on Christmas gifts may be better opting for e-Vouchers. This way, your money can be put directly towards those perfect pressies, rather than a splurge on drinks on the town or that swanky new restaurant! Finally, if you’re feeling in a philanthropic mood at this time of giving, you can choose to donate your earnings to one of several charities listed on the MusicMagpie site.
So, what are you waiting for? Make space for those imminent 2013 Apple launches by selling your outdated products online. Just make sure you save the money from this nifty service so you can treat friends and family to a great Christmas.