BILLERICA, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NextWorth Solutions, a leader in online and in-store electronics trade-in programs including NextWorth.com, today announces an addition to its wearables trade-in category: Apple Watch.
Customers who purchased the Apple Watch and want to make a switch can trade in for as much as $500 on NextWorth.com. NextWorth is currently accepting Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport models. NextWorth also accepts other used smartwatch models including Samsung Gear 2, Samsung Galaxy Gear, Sony Smartwatch, Pebble and Motorola Moto 360, and will pay cash or gift cards for their value.
“We have seen a positive response to our wearables category since its April launch, so adding the Apple Watch was the clear next step,” said Jeff Trachsel, NextWorth’s CMO. “We decided to accept the Apple Watch for those early adopters who want to make a change but have missed the 14-day return window.”
NextWorth accepts online and in-store trade-ins across a range of consumer electronics categories including smartphones, tablets, e-readers, video games and laptops, and always offers free shipping and multiple payment methods. To start the trade-in process, visit www.NextWorth.com and get an instant quote with no hidden fees.
About NextWorth Solutions
NextWorth Solutions has defined, run and optimized trade-in programs for major retailers nationwide and NextWorth.com since 2006. The NextWorth Solutions team has more than 100 years of combined experience in the CE trade-in industry, and its unique combination of expertise, team and platform enables it to provide unparalleled trade-in support and experience to its partners, driving their key business objectives. Through the delivery of turnkey in-store and online trade-in platforms, NextWorth Solutions is fundamentally changing the way people buy, own and disown consumer electronics.