Instant cash made possible

Did you know, most Aussies have around 19 unwanted or unused items per household*? On average, that’s $5,800 per household on unwanted items. Think about all the things you could make possible with that extra cash!

We buy a wide range of items of value, like computers, cameras, jewellery, tools, gaming consoles and more. Whatever you might have to sell, we’d love to take a look and see what we can make possible.

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Instant cash

Get instant cash for quality items. We buy everything from smartphones, tablets and digital cameras, to musical instruments, jewellery and everything in between. Not sure? Just contact your local store.

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Hassle free

Don’t wait! Head to your local Cash Converters store where the friendly, knowledgeable team will professionally value your item and answer any questions you may have.

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We're locals

With over 150 stores Australia wide, you’re sure to find a store close by. Pop in and say hi!

Why sell your unwanted goods to Cash Converters?

You might want to upgrade to a newer model, or perhaps that new hobby just isn’t up to scratch.
Whatever the reason, our friendly team can find a new home for your unwanted item in exchange for instant cash.

Here’s our simple formula on how we work out the best price for you:

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You can even submit a quote from the comfort of your couch with our What’s it Worth form and one of our team members will be in touch within 24 hours**. If you’d like to talk to us in person, head to your local store for an on-the-spot quote (and instant cash).


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Selling to Cashies
  • How it works

    1. Gather your items you would like to sell
    2. Get a quote online or head in-store
    3. Enjoy cash on the spot 

  • Eligibility

    100 points of ID and anything’s possible. 
    This can include your driver’s licence, Australian passport, utility bill or bank statement.
    These are some of the more common types you’ll need, but It’s different for each state, so best to double check before you head in-store

*Second-hand economy report 2020
**Quotes are provided personally by stores, usually within 24 hours.