Get 5% Cash (check in the mail) or 10% Trade Bonus (store credit) when you Sell Your Own Gear to KEH Camera w/coupon

This is a sell your own gear promotion, not a buy new/more gear! To celebrate Earth Day, KEH Camera is encouraging us all to sell them back any camera gear we have no use or interest in anymore. The encouragement comes in the form of a coupon: coupon code SYG4A gets you a bonus on the quoted amount depending on you decide to take your payment:

+ if you take cash (a check in the mail), you get a 5% bonus

+ if you select a trade-in bonus (think of it as KEH store credit), you get a 10% bonus.

In other words, let’s say through the years, you have given up on tilt-shift lenses, and you decide to sell your Fictitious 5mm f0.5 lens. Let’s say the initial KEH quote, based on your description and included accessories, is $1000. Using the coupon code, you will get $1050 if you select cash (check in the mail) OR you will get $1100 in KEH store credit to spend on future KEH purchases. Because that Fictitious 7mm f0.7 MACRO OIS DG AF-Z Typ-M you’ve had your eye on for the last seven years costs more than $1100 for sure ^_^

The promotion expires Sunday 4.28.19 at 11:59pm eastern time

PS: I do not know if you can use this coupon more than once during this promotion, so if you have multiple items to sell, mayhaps wait until you can include them all in your sell.

PS2: if you are having a hard time deciding whether to go for cash or KEH store credit, look at your previous KEH purchases (how often do you buy, what gear, what price ranges, etc). Also look at what camera gear you are planning to buy in the next few months and then look at the KEH inventory to see whether the gear you may want to buy are actually available and at what prices and compare to prices from other sellers [considering included or not included warranties in the price].

PS3: note that KEH includes a 180-day warranty on camera gear in USED conditions “BGN” (bargain) and better (Excellent, Like New, etc). However gear in “UG” (Ugly) and “AS IS” and gear that are inoperable do not get a warranty [for obvious reasons]. Check their warranty page for all the details..