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Topic # 224325 13-Nov-2017 09:45
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The wife is considering selling her iPhone 5s 64gb. Great condition as has been in a case all it's life and with glass screen protector.

 

What would be a reasonable price to try and sell it for? Looking on Trademe there are a couple going for about $250 - $300. Or would we be better to just keep it for a spare phone or giving it to our youngest son (11yrs old).

 

 


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  Reply # 1900048 13-Nov-2017 10:08
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I would say you are in around the right price range, 1-day sells refurbished units 16gb for $239, 32 gb $279. If you son would use it, it would make a great first phone, and will still get iOS updates for approximately another year.

 

 

 

If you do sell, offer it up on geekzone first someone might be interested, avoid TM fees.


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  Reply # 1900049 13-Nov-2017 10:09
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I think $250-300 would be about where it would sit.

 

They are a great phone, my MIL is using the one we got her a little while ago. For that sort of money through I'd personally keep it as a spare.


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