Television sets are one of the top electronics in households to invest in because they can last for many years, but there may always come a time when you need to learn how to sell old televisions. There comes a time when a TV simply does not serve its purpose, and it is the time to make room for a newer and better one. Think twice before sending your TV to the garbage and take some of these ideas on how to sell old televisions.
- Yard/garage sale. If you need know how to sell old televisions, start a yard sale in your own home. It is a great way to get rid of old things you no longer want, get paid cash for it, and sell it to anyone who wants to purchase the television set. It is a win-win situation for everyone.
- Take it to a pawnshop. The secondhand store sells electronics that is in good condition so to sell the old television, make sure it is working well and in overall good condition. Depending on these factors and the year the television was made, you will either get a nice sum of money or some small cash for the television.
- Sell the TV on Craigslist. Post an ad on Craigslist describing your television: model, year and its working condition so the buyer knows what they are expecting. If you think your television is worth some money, write down the price you are selling for the television set. You have the option to place pictures on the ad for potential buyers to view. If the television is broken, has a damaged screen or simply isn't working, take a chance and sell it on Craigslist in its free section. Someone may turn your TV into a treasure.
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