Sell and Trade In your Galaxy S20 FE for Cash

  • 1. Get an offer from an expert refurbisher
  • 2. Ship your device for free
  • 3. Get cash in your bank account
  • 4. Do a happy dance for you and the planet

Selling your old Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

So you've had your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE for a while now and you're thinking it's time to move on. Maybe you've already found your new phone and that's great! But what do you do with your old one? Most people either throw it away or leave it in an old junk drawer, not knowing that there are better ways to rid yourself of old phones that gets you paid and helps to save the environment.

Back Market provides a solution beneficial for you and the planet with our trade in or buyback program. Sell us your used Galaxy S20 FE in a hassle-free process, and we'll make sure you can get paid in a timely manner.

Where is the best place to sell my old Samsung Galaxy S20 FE?

Finding the right site to sell your old phone can be taxing and the added stress of haggling prices with would-be buyers is a pain. You can always opt to place your phone on bidding sites to get paid according to individual buyer demand, but you might risk getting a low offer at the end.

Back Market simplifies the process for you to get you the best offer from one of our hundreds of refurbishers. All you need to do is complete a short questionnaire about the model, storage capacity, condition and functionality of your Galaxy smartphone. From their, we'll give you an instant offer, which you can approve or reject - no obligations. It's that easy.

If you choose to take an offer from Back Market, you'll also have the added benefit of pride for taking a step to help save the environment from electronic waste. All phones that are sold to Back Market are either repaired or recycled properly if it is no longer useable.

How much can I sell my Galaxy S20 FE?

Your cash offer for a used Galaxy S20 FE depends on factors like the phone's condition and storage capacity. Currently, you could get up to a $100 offer for a Galaxy S20 FE in great condition. If it sounds too good to be true, try out our buyback funnel for yourself.

What if my Galaxy S20 FE is broken?

We'll still accept and make offers on any broken, scratched, or dented Galaxy smartphones. However, you'll have to keep in mind that your old phone's condition will impact your final offer. Either way, make sure you're filling out the information as accurately as possible to make sure there won't be any counteroffers upon receiving and reviewing the condition of your S20 FE.

Back Market will still buy any Galaxy S20 FE's that are broken beyond repair, but you likely won't get much of an offer, which is still more than you would get if you were to throw it out or cast it away in your drawer.

How does shipping work after I receive an offer?

Back Market will cover your shipping costs once you accept an offer. We'll send you a prepaid label located in a confirmation email, which you can print out and attach to your shipping box. Alternatively, you can request a shipping kit provided by Back Market for convenience, so you can ensure you're properly packing your phone to prevent any damages that may occur during shipping. Lastly, drop the phone at a nearby UPS vicinity and wait a couple days to get confirmation that your phone has been received.

Do I need to reset by Galaxy S20 before shipping?

Yes, we do require all phones sent to Back Market to be factory reset. To avoid losing important data, follow this process before selling it:

  • Sign out of all your personal accounts, such as Google, Outlook etc.

  • Transfer or back up any relevant data such as contacts, photos, videos, music, apps and notes. You'll want to make sure these are easily available to import to your new device.

  • Remove payment cards that you might have used with your phone.

  • Factory reset your device by navigating to your Galaxy's Settings > General Settings > Reset > Factory Reset. This should also remove all your phone's personal data if there was any you missed in previous steps.

What happens once I've accepted the offer and shipped my phone?

The refurbisher will receive your phone after a few business days and does a check on the device to make sure it coincides with the information provided. If the phone meets the previously agreed upon conditions and criteria, then your original offer should be approved and transferred to the bank within seven days. If the device does not meet the provided specs, the refurbisher will end up providing a new offer, which you can choose to approve or reject.