Saturday, August 28, 2010
Target Launches Electronics Trade-in Program
Target is joining many other electronics retailers in offering a way to trade in old electronics for store credit. The Target Electronics Trade-In will allow consumers to trade in old electronics devices and receive credit towards any Target purchase. Guests can bring their new or used iPhones, iPods, cell phones and video games into stores that feature Target Mobile Centers and receive credit good for any purchase at Target. Guests can receive amounts from a few dollars up to more than $200 per item depending on the product and its condition. The in-store program launched in Northern California on August 24, will rollout to additional stores in September, and then be available in approximately 850 stores nationwide by the end of the year.
In addition to the new in-store Target Electronics Trade-In program, guests can also trade in used electronics and DVDs at Target.com in exchange for a Target GiftCard. Target.com has partnered with NextWorth for the online gadget recyling program. You can find all the details at target.nextworth.com.