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What’s the difference between Trade It and a pawn shop?

First I want to explain what a pawn shop is.  Pawn shops offer collateral-based loans to their customers meaning when you bring in your item they will assess it to determine a value they will loan you.   If they decide it is of value the pawn shop... (more...)

We love our customers!!!

When we receive letters like this we couldn’t be any more proud.  It’s a great feeling when we can provide great items at amazing prices.  Our customers are our lifeblood because we depend on them to both bring us quality inventory and also... (more...)

Winter is coming…

We love Game of Thrones and we also love giving out cash for your unwanted electronics.  Every Fall we really need to stock up our inventory going into Christmas and guess what our customers are looking for some extra spending money too.  Did you know... (more...)

Give Us Your Feedback & Win $100 Gift Card From Trade It

At Trade It, we are always trying to improve how we can better serve you.We take our customer service very seriously and strive for a great shopping experience.   But we need your feedback and will enter you in a drawing for  $100 Trade It gift card... (more...)

Win $100 From Trade It

Trade It has great and creative customers and we would like to let the rest of the world know, that’s why we are running a contest to promote that. Here’s how it works. Starting today and ending Oct 25, any customer can submit a video for... (more...)

Tips To Help Recover Stolen Merchandise

Nationally it is estimated that almost 1 item bought per 1000 at pawn shops is reported stolen. While there are no figures for stolen items at Secondhand retail stores, like Gamestop, eBay, Play it Again Sports, Trade It, we are assuming that the number... (more...)

Ready To Sell?

Trade It is always on the lookout for merchandise and we are paying extra for your items. Please click here to receive an additional 11% on your electronics.  Read More →