You Can Now Recycle Your Old Electronics From Home With Best Buy’s New Mail-In Service





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Want to get rid of some old junk around your house? Good news Best Buy is making it easily to recycle old devices with a brand new mail-in option, accepting smartphones, tablets, and more, reported by 9To5Google

In the past you could bring in items to recycle as Best Buy. Now you can recycle old electronics through Best Buy directly from your home.

You do need to buy a box from Best Buy’s website to do at home recycling. A small box costs $23. A medium box is $30. Once you receive the box, you can fill it with accepted devices and products, sealed, and then shipped via UPS. 

Eligible products include but are not limited to

  • Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • Computers
  • Keyboards
  • Cables and Cords
  • Audio equipment 
  • Game consoles and controllers 

If you want to recycle your items for free just bring them into the store instead of buying a box to recycle them.

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