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http://www.tradeinwatches.com/

Trade in your old watch towards a new one!

TradeInWatches.com offers consumers the ability to trade in their used wristwatch
towards a new watch at any participating retailer. Trade in your used watch and save cash on the purchase of a new watch.

BUY, SELL, and TRADE-IN used watches with TradeInWatches.com

Step 1 - Submit Request
Accept trade-in terms and submit your watch trade-in request form. You do not have to trade-in your watch, it is merely a quote.
Start watch Trade-In request process.



Step 2 - Print Email Price Quote
Receive your watch trade-in credit quote by email within 24-48 hours (some models require more time). The quote is good for 30 days. If you choose to accept the quote, print out your email.
View Pricing Information.

Step 3 - Trade-in Your Watch at Participating Retailer
Go to any participating local retailer with your watch and email print-out to receive your watch trade-in credit towards the purchase of a new watch. Click here to find Retailers in your area.

Step 4 - Purchase a New Watch and Save Cash!
Purchase your new watch for less in cash because of the trade-in credit you received for your used watch.
 

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very interesting. The closest store I could use the credit at is about 70 miles away, but still a cool concept.

I wonder if anyone has done this yet also?
 

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My guess is that they offer you a low trade in value and send you to high price retailers offering full retail or close to full retail pricing. So it may not be much of a deal. I have sent in one of my SL Commander Automatics to see what kind of trade in value they offer. I'll post back when I get a response.
 

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CurrentTime wrote:
It's an interesting concept. Thanks for the info.

I tend to think that I would do better selling my timepieces outright, then shopping for a bargain . . . but that's me. LOL
I think you are 100% correct, but this is still something interesting and I'd like to know what kind of success or failure somebody might be able to share.
 

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Spaceview wrote:
My guess is that they offer you a low trade in value and send you to high price retailers offering full retail or close to full retail pricing. So it may not be much of a deal. I have sent in one of my SL Commander Automatics to see what kind of trade in value they offer. I'll post back when I get a response.
Here is the response I got back:

Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately we cannot accept your Swiss Army Legend Commander for trade-in because it is brand/model we do not accept for trade-in. Best of luck with your item.

Please keep us in mind for other watch trade-in requests.

TradeInWatches.com
 

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In other words they don't take TV Watches in trade.


Spaceview wrote:
Spaceview wrote:
My guess is that they offer you a low trade in value and send you to high price retailers offering full retail or close to full retail pricing.  So it may not be much of a deal.  I have sent in one of my SL Commander Automatics to see what kind of trade in value they offer.  I'll post back when I get a response. 
Here is the response I got back:

Thank you for your interest.  Unfortunately we cannot accept your Swiss Army Legend Commander for trade-in because it is brand/model we do not accept for trade-in.  Best of luck with your item.

Please keep us in mind for other watch trade-in requests.

TradeInWatches.com
:madd
 

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These companies have been around for afew years.They only deal in higher end brands.Bernard watch also offers this service.I contacted them once on doing a zenith trade.lucky hes not in range of my fist.These guys are as bad as a pawn shop.

with my zenith, I paid less than half of retail.They offered, without knowing what I paid, a 1/3 of its value.Whether its new or not doesn't matter to them.using trade in watches is worse.As was mentioned, besides the trade in rate, they only have watches at there retail stores that are much higher.After you pay taxes, you lost your original watch.kind of like trading in your car.
 
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