Sears Offers Gift Cards for Your Unwanted Electronics

Sears Offers Gift Cards for Your Unwanted Electronics
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Sears has teamed up with electronics buy-back company Gazelle to offer gift cards for your unwanted consumer electronics.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 24 november 2009

Considering the vast amount of electronics waste being generated in the United States alone – a report published by the International Association of Electronics Recyclers projects 400 million units being generated on average per year making it the fastest growing category of municipal trash –  there is clearly a need for consumer incentives to increase the current recycling rates. That’s why we were excited to see that Sears is now offering a brand new trade-in program in partnership with electronics buy-back company Gazelle that allows consumers to exchange their unwanted electronics for gift cards they can redeem both in-store and online.

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