Trying to sell your Samsung Galaxy A20e? Here at MoneySuperMarket we have teamed up with a carefully selected group of recyclers to get you the best price for your old handset, as well as ensuring your Galaxy A20e is refurbished, reused or recycled properly. Read on and we’ll explain how you can get the best price for your Samsung Galaxy A20e.
How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy A20e?
- Compare offers. Selling your Samsung Galaxy A20e is straightforward with MoneySuperMarket. Tell us your Samsung Galaxy A20e’s storage capacity, if it is locked or unlocked, and its condition, using the filters above
- Send in your device. Pick an offer and click through. Your recycler will send you a postage pack or mail instructions which you can then use to send in your old Samsung Galaxy A20e
- Get paid. When your recycler gets your Samsung Galaxy A20e, they’ll need to run a few checks. If there’s unexpected damage, they may change their quote. Once this process is complete, you’ll then get paid via PayPal, bank transfer or cheque
How much can I sell my Samsung Galaxy A20e for?
How much you can sell your Samsung Galaxy A20e for comes down to what condition it is in.
A device that is in good working order and has no cracks, dents or scratches will achieve a higher price than a damaged model. The main thing is that you will always get paid, unless your phone is irretrievably broken thanks to severe water damage or being bent out of shape.
Take a look above to see the current offers on your A20e.
When is the best time to sell my Samsung Galaxy A20e?
Samsung has been known to release new A series phones in April and August.
As the Samsung Galaxy A20e is a fairly old device, its price has remained fairly stable, but it may be advisable to sell it as soon as possible in case the price does come down significantly when a new A series range is released.
Since the difference in price may only be small, however, the best time to sell is as soon as you see an offer you like the look of.
Samsung Galaxy A20e price history
The Samsung Galaxy A20e was launched in April 2019, costing £169 with 32GB of storage and microSD expansion up to 512GB.
Since then, Samsung has released numerous new Galaxy A series, meaning that its price has slipped below the £100 mark when bought new.
Will my Samsung Galaxy A20e be recycled?
Your Samsung Galaxy A20e will be recycled if it has a cracked screen or lots of damage. It will either be fixed up and resold, or possibly taken apart and its components used to repair other Samsung Galaxy handsets.
The good news is that nothing will go to landfill, with all non-recyclables disposed of safely by experts.
Can I get paid for a broken Samsung Galaxy A20e?
You can get paid for a broken Samsung Galaxy A20e, but be aware that the price you will get will be much less than if it was in good condition.
Also, it’s important to check directly with recyclers if your phone is water damaged and can’t turn on, or if it’s badly bent. In these cases, recyclers may not take it.
Can I trade my old Samsung Galaxy A20e for a new one?
It’s a great move to trade in your old Samsung Galaxy A20e and use the money you raise to get a new one. Here at MoneySuperMarket we have a wide range of new Samsung phones on offer.
What other Samsung phones can I sell?
You can sell all types of Samsung phones through MoneySuperMarket, including the Samsung Galaxy A23, Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S10.