Walmart will begin offering store credit toward new smartphones for trade-ins on Sept. 21.
More than 100 models will be accepted for somewhere between $50 (a Samsung Galaxy S2) and $300 (an iPhone 5) in credit, it says. The full list of phones and their values isn’t online yet, although ads for the program say it will appear at www.walmart.com/tradeineligibility.
To participate, bring the phone to a Walmart or Sam’s Club electronics department. An associate will ask questions about the device’s condition and specifications. The phone must be “in working condition without having a cracked or broken screen or housing or any sign of liquid damage.”