Got an old ereader device, and want to sell it? No problem. Here's how to do so quickly and easily for the most cash, thanks to's comparison tool.

How to sell your ereader

Whatever kind of ereader you want to sell, we can help you find the best offer. Just follow these steps.

  1. Compare prices - Find your specific ereader device using the search bar at the top of the page, making sure you select the right storage size and condition. Then compare all the quotes we've found from recyclers.
  2. Send it off - Choose an offer and enter your details, and the recycler will send you a postage pack so you can mail them your device.
  3. Get paid - As soon as your gadget arrives with the recycler and they've checked it over, they'll send your payment out. The money could be yours in a matter of days.

Can I sell a broken ereader device?

Many recycling companies are happy to buy broken and damaged ereaders. They usually offer less money than they do for fully working devices, but there's still a chance you can sell your old gadget even if it has a cracked screen, broken buttons, or lots of scratches and dents.

To find out how much you can get for a broken ereader, type the model name into the search bar, and select the 'broken' option on the comparison table. This will show you the prices for your gadget from all the recyclers we can find. Just make sure you're honest about its condition so you get the most accurate quotes.

Why use

The world of mobile recycling can be confusing, but SellMyMobile is here to make selling your old phones and tablets as simple as possible. We help you get the most money for your old tech by comparing all the offers on your devices from as many mobile recyclers as we can find, all in one place.

Selling and recycling your old gadgets is a far better choice than throwing them out. If they aren't disposed of in the right way, electronics can be incredibly hazardous to the environment - but by sending them to a reputable recycler, you can make sure they're re-used or broken down safely.

And, of course, it also means you can get a bit of cash for your old tech - perhaps to put towards your next ereader.