Mac trade-ins now accepted at Apple Stores

First spotted by Mark Gurman, Apple has now started accepting Mac trade-ins at Apple Stores. Before, Apple accepted all trade-ins at Apple Stores except for Macs. Starting today, Apple will be accepting Macs at all Apple retail stores.

Apple has acknowledged this change on Apple’s website: 

Before:

Can I see what my device is worth online, then bring it with me when I buy a new device in the store?

Yes, the Apple Trade In program is available on apple.com as well as in all our retail stores. The only exception is that Mac trade-ins are only available online.

However, keep in mind that the trade-in credit you get in the store may be different from the estimated trade-in value you received online.

After:

Can I see what my device is worth online, then bring it with me when I buy a new device in the store?

 

Yes, the Apple Trade In program is available on apple.com as well as in all our retail stores.

However, keep in mind that the trade-in credit you get in the store may be different from the estimated trade-in value you received online.

What this means is that you can bring your Mac to an Apple Store and trade it in to receive an Apple Store Gift Card or credit toward a new purchase. This change should be available at all Apple Stores in the US and Canada. We will update you if we discover new information.

 

Holden Satterwhite
Author: Holden Satterwhite

Founder of Appleosophy and Redfruit Media. Twitter: @hesatter

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