Making money tips: How to make between £100 to £7,750 for five minutes work
Single mum sets up 'side hustles' to combat cost of living crisis
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More than two thirds of people are holding onto old tech including smartphones, laptops and watches that could be cashed in to help pay for energy bills. The average British household has up to 60 unused items with a potential trade-in value of as much as £7,750.
As the cost of living crisis continues to leave people out of pocket, new research by OKdo technology has found that many people have smartphones, tablets and smartwatches tucked away in cupboards, attics and basements which they could turn into cash.
While people will get more for their old technology if it’s working, it doesn’t lose its value entirely if it needs repairing.
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Tom Nagel told Express.co.uk in April how he has been selling his childhood video games and has already earned £600.
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How much could I get for trading in old tech?
- Smartphone – £5 to £470 per item
- Laptop (Windows) – £5 to £165 per item
- Apple Mac laptop – £8 to £360 per item
- Tablet computer – £5 to £130 per item
- Apple iPad – £5 to £610 per item
- Games console – £5 to £135 per item
- Smartwatch – £5 to £195 per item
- Apple iPhone – £10 to £860 per item.
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