All right, Sellshark, it's time to sell my Apple TV!

As corny as it may sound, some of our best memories are built around Apple TVs. Curling up in a blanket to watch a late night movie after spending the evening with friends. Playing a game of Angry Birds while waiting for your significant other to get ready for a night on the town. And hosting everyone for a Friday night movie, complete with extra butter on the popcorn. But now it's time to sell your Apple TV – and you want to get top dollar for it. The good news? You've come to the right place.

Should I sell my Apple TV to Sellshark?

Yes.
Okay, we'll admit - we're biased. However, there is something called the Sellshark advantage. We won't go into the full details about the Sellshark advantage, but here are the cliffnotes:

  1. We offer more money than our competitors. This includes random people on Craigslist, highly-rated sellers on eBay, and other Apple resellers.
  2. Our 30 day guarantee gives you time to think things over. Basically, from the day we give you a quote, you have 30 days to send us your Apple TV and that quote will still be valid. You don't have to worry about us changing our offer when your Apple TV is already in transit.
  3. Instead of paying lip service to the idea that the customer comes first, at Sellshark, we live it – that's why when you call you speak to a customer service representative instead of being forced to navigate a robotic menu.

Welcome to the Sellshark Sales Process.

So here's how we do things:

  1. You tell us what condition your Apple TV is in – we do accept broken TVs, but it'll impact the offer you receive.
  2. We make an offer based on that information. This offer will appear on your computer screen instantly – no waiting and checking email.
  3. Choose your method of payment. Square Instant Card? PayPal? Check?
  4. Fill in your shipping details, then use one of our prepaid shipping labels to ship your Apple TV to us.
  5. Once we've received your Apple TV, we'll send you your money.

Ready to sell your Apple TV?

It all starts with the click of a button – what kind of Apple TV do you have?