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trade-in

a. a used article given in part payment for the purchase of a new article
b. a transaction involving such part payment
c. the valuation put on the article traded in
d. (as modifier): a trade-in dealer
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Howley said Decluttr always sees an increase in trade-ins before any new iPhone release and that the site expects to have their "busiest period of the year so far.
29 ( ANI ): Tech giant Apple is speculated to launch a trade-in programme along with the latest version of its iPhone model in the next month, allowing users to walk in the Apple Stores and exchange their old iPhones for the newer version.
A team of professionals will conduct a complete overview and provide a suitable trade-in price or design a rebuild plan to bring the machine to like-new condition.
Apple's iPad accounts for 76 percent of the site's tablet trade-ins.
And many of the trade-ins would have occurred even without a subsidy.
These bays have all the equipment and capabilities that our mechanics and technicians could ever need to refurbish our customer trade-ins.
They say that booming sales of new cars during the first quarter means that they are now awash with trade-ins that they are anxious to clear.
The bank also warn that trade-ins are not always the best deal.
Kids Can Free the Children is organizing war toy trade-ins at schools to send the message that, for millions of children, "war is not a game.
Sales * Service * Rentals Trade-Ins * Upgrades * "No-Lift program.
It seems Xerox was not paying the 1% IFF fee for the value of trade-ins and GSA wanted it.
A surge in new car sales means that there is an influx of good quality trade-ins on the used car market.