Upgrading to a new phone can be exciting, but there are a few hassles that come along with it, most notably figuring out what to do with your old phone.

Foe example, you might want to donate your Galaxy S5 to a technology recycling program or hand it off to a family member or friend before you pick up the Galaxy S6 this month, but in case you decide to sell it, UpgradeSwap has a list of the places you should check in order to get the best deals.

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As is typically the case, eBay might be your best bet. It takes a little more time and effort than other methods, but the asking prices for the Galaxy S5 range between $252 – $416. Craigslist comes in a close second, with asking prices reaching as high as $550.

If you don’t have the time to create an eBay listing or a Craigslist post, you might want to check out the trade-in sites instead. UpgradeSwap, Gazelle, uSell and Nextworth all feature price lock as well, which means that you can lock in a price right now and then take a few weeks to decide whether or not you want to sell your phone without the pressure of the price constantly dipping.

Here are the payout ranges for all four trade-in sites, according to UpgradeSwap:

To find out the fastest way to get your money at each of these websites, be sure to check out UpgradeSwap’s post.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.