Maybe you are fond of your old iPhone, but, with all the recent buzz around the latest features of iPhone 4S, you're head has been turned and you want to get some cash towards purchasing the new chatty handset.
If you plan to trade in your iPhone 4 in the near future, you should look at the options available now and consider the fact that trade-in deals can expire quickly.
For instance, Gazelle announced on October 4th a $250 offer for a used 32 GB iPhone 4. Today, the price has dropped to $212 for a 'like new' condition or $162 for an iPhone 4 in good condition.
Meanwhile NextWorth is still offering $200 for a 16 GB or 32GB iPhone 4 from AT&T, ZDnet reveals. The device should be gently used, meaning "in good working condition without heavy scratches or cracks". But you'll have to act quickly, as the offer expires on October 24th.
NextWorth allows you to send your iPhone 4 by mail, free of charge, or to bring it to one of their partners' stores. A NextWorth press release suggests that customers should come to one of the 1500 Target locations to have their iPhone evaluated and walk out with either cash or a Target-branded electronics trade-in card.