Sell my Playstation 4 Slim
Sell your PS4 Slim today!
If you want to sell your Playstation 4 Slim for a great price, you've come to the right place. Our buy back service guarantees both unbeatable valuations and hassle-free trade-in.
We accept every condition and every storage option when it comes to buying back your PS4 Slim. So place your order, send your console and get paid fast!
A little bit about our Buy Back Store
Our Buy Back Store is all about getting a great cash value for your PS4 Slim. But we also want to make it really straightforward to sell your games console, so have designed an easy-to-use system that ensures fast payment and customer satisfaction in equal measure.
We know you might have a few questions about how our Buy Back Store works. So here are some of our most frequently asked.
Where can I sell a PS4 Slim?
Because your Playstation 4 Slim is a very popular console, you won't be short of offers for it. Its slim design and practical size make it the perfect gaming device for use anywhere in the home. So expect lots of cash and / or store credit options from Buy Back Stores - both online and on the High Street.
But don't forget... At The Big Phone Store, we're never beaten on price! And our service always pays in cash (as a bank transfer), so spend the money you make whenever, wherever and however you like!
How much can I sell my PS4 Slim for?
When it comes to valuing your Playstation 4 Slim, we only consider two things - 'condition' and 'storage'. Our handy valuation calculator (above) is always the best place to start. You can quickly indicate the 'condition', 'storage' and 'quantity' of the console(s) you want to sell and get an instant quotation for your order.
'Condition' is based on several factors, but we recommend you first look over our criteria above - they've been split into just four categories: New, Good, Poor and Broken.
With internal 'storage', we accept the Playstation 4 Slim 500GB and 1TB. Bigger 'storage' usually means a higher cash value!
How do I sell a Playstation 4 Slim to The Big Phone Store?
We know nothing beats getting paid fast for your PS4 Slim! So here's the five simple steps between you and that cash transfer:
Get your instant valuation. Using the valuation calculator above, select the 'condition', 'storage' and 'quantity' of the console(s) you want to sell. With that, get an instant, unbeatable quotation!
Place your order. In just a few clicks, you can then choose a designated bank account for the cash transfer and fill out a few important personal details.
Send us your PS4 Slim.
We check over your order. We'll send an email when your order arrives, before inspecting the console and checking whether the 'storage' and 'condition' are as you indicated.
You get paid! As soon as everything's confirmed, we process your same-day payment immediately!
What about selling a broken or damaged Playstation 4 Slim?
At The Big Phone Store, we do accept broken and / or damaged PS4 Slim consoles. But be aware that not every broken console can be traded-in for cash. This is because, if we can't fix your unwanted PS4 Slim, it ultimately has no resale value.
We thoroughly inspect every console sent to us and always provide a fair judgement when deciding on its 'condition'. If you're unsure about the 'condition' of your console and whether it qualifies for a cash payment, we recommend selecting 'broken' when you place your order. If it's broken or damaged beyond repair, you'll simply be informed by email after we inspect it.
How does your recycling service work?
Our recycling service is a great way to responsibly dispose of your broken or damaged PS4 Slim. So if your console cannot be repaired, why not recycle it for free and do your bit for the planet at the same time!
The Playstation 4 Slim is built using a range of materials and products that don't decompose easily and often emit harmful chemicals into the environment. Because of this, we highly recommend that you don't send your console to landfill. Send it to us instead, where we'll dispose of it in the most environmentally friendly way possible - always following guidelines in the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, the Environmental Protection Act (1990) and Hazardous Waste Regulations (2005).