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What stores buy back printers?

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Staples, Best Buy, Dell, HP and WeBuyPrinters.com all buy back used printers. The value of the used printer depends on its brand, model, condition and quality.

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The Hewlett-Packard Consumer Buyback and Planet Partners Recycling Program is one of the most popular printer buyback programs because it accepts all types of printers from various manufacturers. Visit the program's website, and then search through various printer options, based on type of printer -- ink jet or laser. Next, find the manufacturer and model. Finally, the site lets you choose from three types of conditions: excellent, good and poor.

You receive a quote once all the basic details are entered. If you choose to accept the quote, you can begin preparing the printer for packaging. Once the printer enters HP's warehouse, you receive your buyback cash.

The Staples Technology Trade-In program gives consumers two trade-in options. The first one requires that you visit a nearby Staples. Their experts inspect your printer, and then give you a quote. You receive a Staples eCash card to spend in stores or online.

The second option is to fill out a form online, and then receive a quote. Next, ship the machine for free to a nearby Staples. You receive your Staples eCash card in an email.

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