• Say bye to your existing device
    You can trade in any kind of smartphone, tablets, computers or smartwatches.
  • Bring it to Gait Store
    Bring it to Gait store to get it evaluated.
  • Get the best offer
    We will give you the best possible trade in value for your device in a few minutes.
  • Say hi to your new Apple product
    Use the estimated value on your new purchase.

How does it work?

You may trade in your device by visiting Gait Store. In the store, we will evaluate your device and give you a trade-inestimate. If you accept the trade-in estimate, we’ll give you instant credit toward a purchase of any Apple device or accessory in the store.

What devices are eligible for trade in?

We take in phones, Laptops, Tablets, Apple TV, Airpods, iMacs, Watches in any condition. To check if your device is eligible for the trade in, visit us in store and have it tested.

Can I trade in more than one device?

Yes. Just bring in all your devices and have it diagnosed and have the value assessed in the store. Our Apple Experts will gladly assist you.

What do I need to bring to store for the trade in?

Bring the following items to be eligible for the trade in:
  • - Civil ID
  • - Device for trade in
  • - Device accessories if applicable

What do I need to prepare before trading in?

Make sure that you back up your device before coming in. Gait will not be liable for any loss of data.

What happens after trading in?

You will receive store credits based on the amount in the quotation. Your store credits must then be used to purchase any Apple device or accessory in the store.

How long does the trade-in process take?

It will only take you around 15 minutes or less.

Can I cancel my trade in?

Yes, as long as the transaction is not yet finalized. A transaction is finalized once the receipt is produced. After this stage, you may no longer refund your trade in device.

Will you accept my device if I cannot deactivate 'iCloud'?

Yes, but amount paid will be much lower than the actual value.

Can I trade in non-Apple devices?

Yes.