Apple is releasing two new iPads next week, the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. The most notable addition is the inclusion of Apple's Touch ID fingerprint sensor in both tablets.
The updates aren't earth-shattering, but Apple has added some under-the-hood improvements that supposedly enable its newest full-sized iPad run more smoothly.
If you're in the market for a new iPad and want to trade in your old one, here's a look at what some of the most popular trade-in venues and retailers have to offer.
Note: All values are subject to change based on the condition of your iPad. These estimates pertain to tablets that are in good condition (i.e. normal signs of wear-and-tear but no real damage). The price ranges listed below refer to the base model and most expensive model for each iPad.
If you're looking for the highest value, both Amazon and Best Buy offer the most compelling options compared to Apple, Gazelle, and GameStop. However, you'll only be able to get store credit in return. Gazelle offers the most flexible payment options, but offers lower trade-in values than Amazon and Best Buy.