EBay Offers More for Broken IPads, IPhones and IPods

If you have a broken iPad, iPhone or iPod, eBay will pay you to take it off your hands.

The online marketplace has offered to pay people for the broken Apple devices through its Instant Sale program, which launched in October and which allows people to trade in used electronics and immediately get money for it. EBay said Monday that as part of an Earth Month promotion, it is boosting the trade-in value of these products through April 30.

A broken iPad will fetch up to $150. Impaired iPhones are worth as much as $100 and incapacitated iPods will net up to $50. People who trade in these products will also get a $5 eBay gift card and matching $5 donation to an environmental organization.

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