Sell your Apple Watch Series 4!

Thinking of selling your unwanted Apple Watch Series 4? Get an instant price, send it for free, and receive Fast Same Day Payments with musicMagpie! Find out how much you can make when you sell your Apple Watch Series 4 by selecting the product you want to sell.

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Selling your Apple Watch Series 4 is easy with musicMagpie!

You sure can! Trade in your new or used Apple Watch with musicMagpie today and make quick cash for your unwanted tech. It’s easy – just select the storage of your Apple Watch Series 4 and tell us the condition its in to receive a FREE instant valuation. It’s that simple! 

Sell your unwanted Apple Watch Series 4 online with musicMagpie in just a few easy steps. 

  1. Use the options above to tell us the storage capacity of your Apple Watch Series 3 and tell us what condition it’s in for a FREE instant valuation.  
  2. If you’re happy with the valuation provided, pop your Apple Watch into a safe and secure box and send it off to us for FREE! 
  3. You’ll get paid the same day we receive your tech, thanks to Fast Same Day Payments. Simply choose whether you want to be paid by bank transfer or if you want to donate the cash to charity! 

The condition of your Apple Watch Series 4 will determine the price that we value your device at. Once we have received your device at our warehouse, we’ll check it over for any signs of damage or wear and, if it matches the description you gave us, you’ll be given the first price we offered thanks to our Tech Price Promise. If not, we’ll return your item for FREE! 

Devices in an ‘excellent’ overall condition will be worth more than those in a good or poor condition. However, don’t worry as we still accept these devices too. 

See how much you’ll make when you sell your Apple Watch with musicMagpie by using the FREE valuation tool at the top of this page.  

Did you know you can also trade in the following devices? 

Sell Apple products you don’t use anymore and make quick cash today! 

Before you sell your Apple Watch Series 4, be sure to save any information you wish to keep to an alternative device. You’ll also need to remove the Activation Lock setting. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Placing your Apple phone and Watch close together. 
  2. Open the Apple Watch app on your mobile device and click ‘My Watch’.  
  3. Tap your watch’s name at the top of your screen then press the information button (i).  
  4. Click ‘Unpair Apple Watch’. For Apple Watches that are used as a mobile device, tap ‘Remove (Operator) Plan’. If you aren’t swapping to a new device make your network provider aware of this so that you can cancel your plan. Please be aware that fees may apply for early cancellations if you are in a contract.  
  5. To turn off Activation Lock, enter your Apple ID password. If you don’t have this to hand, reset your device. 
  6. Tap to confirm and this will unpair your device. Your iPhone will attempt to create a backup of your Apple Watch and its information, so if you decide to get an upgrade you can use this backup to transfer the information over. 

Yes! We accept Apple Watch devices that have cosmetic or water damage. However, we unfortunately can’t buy your Apple Watch if it is crushed, bent, snapped or missing parts.  

Please note that ‘excellent’ condition devices are worth more than those that are damaged and/or poor. 

Acceptable devices would be: 

  • Heavy signs of scratching and/or wear on device
  • Liquid damage
  • Any functional defect
  • We cannot buy your device if it is missing components or is bent, crushed or snapped in half
  • Missing wrist band or original charger

The new Apple Watch is most likely to launch at the same keynote note event as the iPhone in September. For more information, head over to our Apple Watch rumours article. 

Plus, if you're planning on upgrading your other devices, check out the recent tech rumours

Sell your Apple Watch Series 4 today!