Where to Sell Used Computer Parts: The 10 Best Options

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There's a whole world of websites online where you can get rid of your old and used computer parts. Knowing which ones will be better for local markets or which sites will buy your parts directly from you, will help you trade them in for cash quickly.

Find the most efficient way you can sell your used computer parts online by checking out the ten best options below.

1. eBay

eBay is one of the oldest marketplaces online, and is still a great place to sell your used computer parts. You can sell old computer parts to your local community or find a buyer from around the world.

The site has gained the trust of buyers and sellers because it uses a rating system for each person using the platform. You can read reviews on each person to see if they are trustworthy enough to rely on to purchase your items.

2. Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace has become the go-to option for people looking to sell items in their local area. The marketplace defaults to your local area, but you can widen the search if you aren't attracting the right type of buyers.

You'll be competing with individuals and small businesses when selling your computer parts because anyone can use the platform. The entire selling process is in your hands, so make sure you have great pictures and respond to your potential buyers as soon as possible. Wait too long, and they could move on to another seller.

3. Reddit

Not as widely used as other platforms on this list, Reddit has multiple Subreddits where you can sell almost any type of item you have. Subreddits are basically small communities that center around a specific topic. You would want to find the computer marketplace Subreddits like the one in the picture to get rid of your unwanted parts.

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There isn't a way to vet buyers like other platforms like eBay and the Facebook Marketplace. Everyone can remain anonymous on the platform and there are no rating systems in place to know if someone is legitimate or not. Use caution when selling here and make sure you get your money first before sending your computer parts.

4. SellGPU

Until now, the sites we've looked at only have sections for the buying and selling of computer parts, but it isn't the major focus. SellGPU is an entire site dedicated to buying and selling your old and used computer parts for money.

You can sell GPU, CPU, RAM, servers, SSD cards, PC parts, and more to receive cash in as little as three days. Fill out the form on the site, and you will get an instant quote for how much you can expect to receive.

5. IT Connected

IT Connected is more than just a computer parts buyer, it also helps you find parts that you could use to upgrade your system. It even includes a tool that helps you find the parts you need based on your specs.

You can get an instant quote from the site when you fill out the seller form, but you will have to handle shipping yourself. The site will provide a shipping label and packaging materials, but you'll need to pay a large fee. You're probably better off purchasing your own materials and shipping label.

6. Craigslist

Craigslist may not be as popular as it once was, but it's still a great place to try and find a buyer for your used computer parts. You can set up a quick profile and put an item up for sale in your local area.

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What makes Craigslist more appealing than other generic marketplaces, is that it is fully focused on your local area. You'll only be able to see items and sell items to a specific geographic region. This is a perfect solution if you want to avoid dealing with shipping your computer parts and paying the extra fees.

7. PCSwaps

If you want a reliable trading marketplace that has lower fees than eBay, try out PCSwaps. You can find and sell pretty much any type of computer part, and it will provide a shipping label for you.

Instead of the platform purchasing an item from you and then reselling it to its audience, you sell directly to buyers and PCSwaps takes a small 8% fee. You can earn money in as little as three days after the item gets delivered.

8. Amazon Trade-In

It's no surprise that one of the biggest marketplaces online also includes the ability to trade in your old computer parts. Amazon Trade-In is more geared to smart home and tech devices than are computer parts, so it will be harder to trade in what you have unless it is very new.

The older the parts, the less demand, and Amazon won't pay top dollar for items it doesn't think will sell. Other platforms just facilitate buying and selling of computer parts, but Amazon actually allows you to switch out your old computer parts for a new device.

9. ItsWorthMore

ItsWorthMore helps you trade in your old computer parts for cash directly through its website. You don't have to deal with any buyers or negotiate, the instant quote provided is what you can expect to receive.

The site takes many different computer parts. So, as long as they aren't broken or outdated, you should be able to get a small cut for your parts. You can get an instant quote from the site and get a prepaid shipping label when you're ready to send it in.

10. BuyBackWorld

BuyBackWorld is another site that takes in old computer parts and sends you a check if they're accepted. On top of trading in your parts for cash, you can also buy used parts from its inventory.

Like the other platforms on this list, you get an instant quote once you fill out the online form. The site will send a shipping label and all you have to do is package your parts and send them to BuyBackWorld to get your cash.

The Best Places to Sell Computer Parts

There's a range of options when you're trying to sell your computer parts online. You can deal directly with a website that will buy your parts, use a marketplace where there are many buyers and sellers, or trade in your parts for another device, if you qualify.

If you have more than computer parts you'd like to get rid of, there are several secondhand sites you should try.

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