Got an old Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus that’s gathering dust? With MoneySuperMarket, it’s quick and easy to sell it to a mobile phone recycler. Use our table above to compare your offers and convert your old tech into cash.

How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus?

It’s easy to sell your Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus to a mobile recycler or trade-in programme using MoneySuperMarket’s comparison tool.

We’ve partnered with a number of mobile phone recycling companies we’ve carefully selected and vetted. You’ll be able to shop around for the best deal on your old gadgets, with the peace of mind that you can trust the recycler you pick.

Once you choose an offer, all you need to do is post your phone to the recycler and get paid.

It’s a quick and straightforward process – here’s how it works:

  1. Compare offers – Use our comparison table above to see all the current quotes we've got from recyclers. Adjust the filters at the side to tell us your phone’s storage size, condition, and whether it’s locked to a network, and we’ll show you the most accurate offers right now
  2. Send your device – Choose an offer you like the look of, then click it to go to the buyer and enter your details. They’ll send you a postage pack, mail instructions, or a printable postage label
  3. Get paid – Once your device arrives with the recycler, they’ll check it. If everything is ok with your device, they'll send you money via your preferred payment method, whether that’s by bank transfer, cheque, PayPal, or another way

How much can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus for?

Our comparison table at the top of the page shows all the current quotes for the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus. You can get a higher price for your old device if:

Prices from recyclers can fluctuate, even within the space of a day. So, if you stumble across a deal you like, keep in mind that it might change tomorrow – it may be well worth pouncing on the offer while it’s available.

When is the best time to sell my Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus?

If you’re thinking of selling your Galaxy S21 Plus, it’s worth doing so before Samsung releases its latest flagship range.

This is because offers for older models drop as soon as a newer phone goes on the market. As Samsung usually releases its latest Galaxy S series at the start of every year (typically in January or February), it’s a good idea to sell your old Galaxy S21 Plus before then.

That said, if you have an old and unused handset lying around, there’s never really a bad time to sell it.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus price history

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus was released in January 2021. At launch, it was priced at £949 for 128GB of storage, or £749 for the 256GB version.

It was released alongside two other models: the standard Samsung Galaxy S21 and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Will my Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus be recycled?

Yes – but what happens depends on the condition of your device, as well as the current smartphone market.

If your phone is in good condition, or it’s one of the latest models, it’ll most likely be refurbished and sold on. Older devices and phones in less good condition may be dismantled, and their parts used to refurbish other phones.

Otherwise, if it can’t be refurbished or reused, it’ll be taken apart. Recyclable materials will be melted down and reused elsewhere, while other parts will be disposed of safely.

No matter what happens, you can rest assured that it’ll be dealt with in an environmentally friendly way – and it won’t end up in a landfill.

Can I get paid for a broken Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus?

Of course – most recyclers are happy to accept phones that are broken or damaged. This includes cosmetic damage (such as cracked screens, scratches, dents and chips), broken buttons, faulty pixels on the display, or operating system problems.

Just select ‘Broken’ and be as honest as you can about your phone’s condition to get the most accurate quotes. Although you’ll get less money for it than for a phone in good condition, you should still be able to get some cash for it.

However, if your phone is beyond repair, recyclers are unlikely to accept it. This includes water-damaged phones, or phones that are significantly damaged (for example, if it’s snapped in two).

Each recycling company will have its own conditions on what counts as broken and what they’ll accept, so be sure to check.

Our guide on selling a broken phone goes into more detail.

Can I trade my old Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus for a new one?

Yes – there are a couple of different ways you can trade in your old Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus for a new handset.

First, you can go directly to Samsung’s website to trade in your old Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus. Tell them about the condition of your device and they’ll give you an instant discount price – you can then use this to bring down the cost of a new Samsung device. If it’s completely broken, however Samsung won’t pay any money for it – though they’re happy to take it off your hands and recycle it for you.

It’s worth bearing in mind that Samsung’s trade-in programme may not necessarily offer the best price on your old phone. By shopping around, you may be able to find betters deals for new handsets elsewhere.

You can use our comparison table at the top of this page to weigh up your trade-in options. We’ll show you the quotes currently offered by companies we work with, so you can compare all the available options and choose the best deal for you.

Looking to upgrade your Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus? Check out the Samsung Galaxy S23 or Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

What other Samsung Galaxies can I sell?

You can sell almost any Samsung Galaxy handset, from the newest models to ones released years ago, including: