Still Looking for that Last Minute Techno Gift? Try Gazelle.com!

With the holidays around the corner, bypass the gift card kiosk this year and select a memorable tech gift that will wow!

Gazelle.com is a fast and easy way to buy certified pre-owned MacBooks, tablets, and smartphones. It’s the nation’s leading consumer electronics trade-in site, having bought and sold more than 2.5 million devices from more than 1 million customers. Plus, the variety of refurbished Apple products are more diverse than other online refurb stores – Gazelle offers more phone models (including older and more affordable models for kids and teens), optional payment plans to fit within tight budgets, and “no strings attached,” meaning they don’t then have to connected to any certain provider or contract. The perfect way to find an affordable tech gift for anyone on your list!

More about Gazelle:

Gazelle launched in 2008 as a way for consumers to get cash for unwanted gadgets. Since pioneering the idea of reCommerce, they’ve seen tremendous growth in the space, thanks to the introduction of a number of new devices. As more smartphones and tablets enter the market, it creates a significant supply of old and unwanted devices that still have value left in them. This is why the reCommerce opportunity is so massive. It’s all driven by the record pace of innovation that we’ve seen in mobile devices in last few years. In the fall of 2014, Gazelle launched a new store to sell Certified pre-owned devices direct to consumers.

Gazelle was listed on the Inc. 500 for five years in a row and expects to grow double digits this year over last.

For more information, go to http://www.gazelle.com.

 



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