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Where to Sell Graphics Cards: The Definitive Guide from the leading online seller

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If you are researching where to sell your graphics cards or mining rigs, you’ve got options

First, consider the following question to determine your priorities when deciding where best to sell your GPU

Fastest, Safest or Most?

Where you decide to sell your graphics cards depends on your priorities: The value of your time, protection from scammers, or the highest price despite the risk

Where to sell graphics cards fast & in bulk?

If you have a bulk lot of hardware to sell, your best option is to get an offer from a company that specializes in buying (liquidating) computer parts & mining rigs. Get an offer from Bitpro.

Where should I sell my single graphics card to get the most money?

Selling your single graphics card yourself when top-dollar is your goal, use a peer-to-peer marketplace. Be forewarned, there are some dangers, hassles, and potential time-wasted. Learn more about marketplaces like Reddit, Facebook & Craigslist.

Where should I sell my single graphics card easily, safely?

If you’re interested in selling your graphics card with some protection for both yourself and your buyer for a 15% reduction in profit, then use an eCommerce marketplace like eBay or Amazon. Check our guide for preparing your listing.

Get An Offer For Your Graphics Cards

Start with a quick, no-obligation offer from Bitpro. Then use this guide to help you determine the best way to sell your graphics cards

Our fair market offers make sense for those looking to move graphics cards in bulk. According to our past customers, selling to Bitpro is fast, safe & hassle-free.

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Sell Your Graphics Cards Yourself


  • Pros: A large established market & selling process
  • Cons: 15% + shipping High potential for returns

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  • Pros: Vibrant community
  • Cons: Potential for scams, some degree of luck is required for transactions

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  • Pros: Vibrant community, peer-to-peer
  • Cons: Potential for scams, some degree of luck is required for transactions

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  • Pros: Largest marketplace, slightly higher selling prices
  • Cons: High barrier of entry, poor seller protection, not optimal for used items

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  • Pros: Free, peer-to-peer,
  • Cons: Highest potential for scams, some degree of luck is required for transactions

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Family & Friends

  • Pros: Trusted, low-effort
  • Cons: Likely a long shot, unless you run in gamer/miner circles

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Ecommerce Marketplaces

ecommerce marketplaces

Here you’ll pay a commission of approximately 15%, after all fees are paid, not including shipping.

Getting started

You’ll need to set up a seller account, which is easy enough on eBay (easier said than done on Amazon). Abide by their terms. You’ll likely have to sell for lower than market price, while paying the higher, entry-level commissions, unless you have some positive reviews/feedback. It helps to have a bit of history on eBay & Amazon.

Listing presentation

Your success will depend on the quality & presentation of your listing. Listings that perform better make use of attractive, high-quality pictures and accurate descriptions of the condition.

Returns & Scams

Expect a 10% average rate of returns in this category. While the risk is lower than peer-to-peer methods, some scammers are skilled enough to fool even the most die-hard skeptics of human nature, if you’re not careful. To protect yourself against returns, you should document the packing of your product with details visible using pictures & videos in the event of a dispute.

Any eBay buyer may bid on your listing, and as such, you won’t really have control over the quality of your customer. This can lead to bad selling experiences and is just a part of the process.


Overall, this is a great option if you can dedicate the time and have small quantities of graphics cards. If you do, you will likely find the uphill battle not worth the headache.

Disclaimer: We are a leading seller of graphics cards on these marketplaces and have a finely-tuned machine for minimizing returns, shipping headaches, and a great reputation for quality products and service, which allows us to make sellers like you better offers for your graphics cards.


open market, peer-to-peer, face-to-face

Selling using these methods usually works best in densely-populated areas, as this increases the size of the buyer pool and reduces the distance you’ll need to travel to meet up.

The advantages of peer-to-peer, p2p, marketplaces, including Facebook Marketplace, Facebook groups, Reddit Hardwareswap & Minerswap, Anandtech, Letgo, Offerup, etc. are that you’ll get to keep more of the sale price due to the fact that no one is taking a commission. You can pay to promote your post, but that is not usually necessary unless you want to sell ASAP.

A note of caution on dealing safely & avoiding scammers

Scammers abound in the peer-to-peer markets, and although communities within Reddit have implemented guidelines and rep systems to deal with scammers, con men are still watching those forums closely. Prepare to vet any buyer using these helpful guidelines. Watch out for buyers insisting on non-cash payment upfront. Even PayPal G&S, which has great buyer protection, doesn’t always return your payment.

We reached out to the Hardware Swap mods to ask whether escrow via escrow.com was an acceptable method of payment for larger transactions and they said they can only recommend PayPal Goods & Services. PayPal Goods & Services is ideal for small, infrequent transactions. If you routinely use your PayPal account for larger transactions or if you engage in frequent use of your PayPal account, your chances of interacting with scammers increases proportionally. As PayPal G&S acts as a type of transaction insurance, too many adverse incidents where PayPal needs to cover losses will negatively impact your track record and ability to transact using PayPal.

COVID-19 Update: Since we wrote this guide, face-to-face transactions, as are common with p2p sales, pose additional risks of coronavirus transmission. CDC recommended precautions for personal protection and social distancing should be followed to help stop the spread of the virus.

Your Network

Family, friends, and colleagues may also be interested in your graphics cards. Especially if you’re a gamer and have gamer relatives and friends.

While you may be done with your hardware, it’s possible that someone you know would buy your old card. Expect to gain more goodwill than cash as you’ll likely want to sell at a “family & friends discount”.

The Bitpro Advantage

By putting in the necessary work to add value to the entire selling process, we have become the go-to company for selling your used graphics cards.

What sets us apart:

We prefer to meet up in person, handle payment, disassembly, and packing at your location.

As miners, refurbishers and IT professionals ourselves, we’re able to make you an offer that will include more than just your bulk graphics cards. We are looking to buy any commonly-used GPU Mining Hardware.

Our customers have loved working with us, as evidenced by our reviews. Because we’re miners, we are able to solve hardware problems for miners, offering value beyond an ITAD company. We have ongoing partnerships with many miners in the community and are a go-to dealer for professional farms.

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