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Sell Nintendo Switch

Please select the Nintendo Switch model you want to sell.

How do I sell my Nintendo Switch?


Get an instant price
for your Nintendo Switch


Put your stuff in a box
(any box will do)


Send your stuff
for FREE

It's so easy to sell Nintendo Switch consoles & games with musicMagpie!

Nintendo have finally unveiled their new console, the Nintendo Switch, and it's a huge hit with over 32 million units sold to date.

But if you're planning to sell your Nintendo Switch already, do it with musicMagpie - we'll give you an instant price and fast same day payment! 

The Nintendo Switch is a home console/handheld hybrid. The console itself is a portable tablet-like device with detachable controllers on both side, but you can also plug it into a dock which transmits games through your TV.

Nintendo are marketing the Switch as a console which fits around your lifestyle, in contrast to other consoles you have to make time for. It’s a compelling idea, and one that has interested a lot of gamers. The lack of third party games means some people have sold their Switch already though.  

How to trade in your Nintendo Switch

To sell your Nintendo Switch, simply get an instant price, pop it into a box and send it for FREE, then we’ll pay you the same day it arrives!

It's a fast and easy way to trade in your Nintendo Switch and you’ll be covered by our Price Promise too, which guarantees you get the best possible price.

Don't forget: if you want to buy a Switch but you're short on cash, you can sell your unwanted CDs, DVDs, Games, Books, Mobile Phones and Tech with us too. 

Get fast CASH for your Nintendo Switch - why wouldn't you? Find out more

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