Want to order the new iPad mini and get rid of your older iPad model? Here are the best places to do it, according to online reports. I personally have not used them, but, those who have seem to be happy with their service:
Gazelle. The company experienced a deluge of customers this past February who were trying to sell their iPad 2s after Apple's announcement of a mysterious event on March 7 (which turned out to be the unveiling of the third generation iPad).For the third generation 32GB New iPad with AT&T and Wi-Fi, the site offers 260-dollars if it's in good condition (visible signs of use), 300-dollars for flawless condition (looks like it's never been used), and 90-dollars if it's broken (does not turn on or has serious damage).
CashForiPads. With this site, you type in the device you have and then select any damages, including: damaged or defective screen, bad battery, or does not power on. For the Apple New iPad Wi-Fi 32GB AT&T, the site would pay 294-dollars - so long as the device powers on. And don't count your device out if it's damaged - for a Apple New iPad Wi-Fi 64GB with a damaged or defective screen you can still get 172-dollars.
This site offers 507-dollars for the 32GB New iPad with AT&T and Wi-Fi with only a few scratches and in good working condition, in the color white with no engraving, and if you include the power cord. What's useful about Glyde is it gives you more options to tell them about the amazing (or maybe not so amazing) condition you've kept your device in, which can earn you more cash.
NextWorth. This company is offering 465-dollars for a 64GB iPad 4G with Verizon, and 480-dollars for AT&T.