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Amazon has expanded its trade-in program to include electronics. Customers could already trade-in DVDs, textbooks and other items for credit toward future Amazon purchases. Now you can also send in used tablets, smartphones, and other device.

You can get up to $143 for a current generation iPod touch, up to $497 for an iPad 2 and up to $184 for a 7 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab.

Did you spend $1200 on a dual-screen Acer Iconia 6120 tablet only to find the thing kind of useless? No worries. You can trade one in for up to $455. Yeah, maybe that one’s not such a great deal.

While Amazon is willing to take in a wide range of Apple, Android, and Windows tablets, there aren’t very many listings at all for netbooks. The company is, however, taking trade-ins for hundreds of GPS & navigation devices, MP3 players, and cameras.

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