Saturday 22 October 2011

Amazon now accepting old Kindles in 'Trade-In' program.

The Kindle Fire is an amazing e-reader and you want it really bad, however, you already have an older generation of the e-reader and just don’t want to shell out the big bucks to pick up the newest model. Amazon has just announced a solution for this dilemma that is faced by many people by including the Kindle in their trade-in program.

According to a report by TFTS, Amazon said, “Starting today, Amazon Trade-In adds Kindles and other e-readers to the hundreds of thousands of eligible trade-in items. Amazon is constantly updating the Trade-In Program with new products. Based on customer feedback, Amazon learned that a lot of customers are interested in trading in their used Kindles and other electronics to upgrade to something new. With the launch of the new $79 Kindle as well as Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire, we expect many customers will be excited to upgrade to one of these new Kindles.”

In the Trade-In program one can get as much as $29.25 for an original version, up to $47.50 for the Kindle Keyboard 3G and up to $36.25 for the Kindle Keyboard Wi-Fi. However, these prices may vary depending on the condition of the e-readers as well as accessories included. For more information on the Trade-In program from Amazon, click here.

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