By buying a used graphing calculator for your child or for yourself, you can save about 50% of the retail price. There are just too many people who don’t need those calculators anymore. Between my high school years and the college, I’ve owned 3 different TI calculators. I ended up selling them on Craigslist for less than half of what I’d paid for. My calculators were like new because I barely used them. Let’s be a smart consumer, let’s buy one used! you can find like-new TI graphing calculators with a deep discount if you don’t mind some cosmetic wears. I will help you find one.
Brand New MSRP : $95 / Used average : $30
Brand New MSRP : $110 / Used average : $60
TI-84 Plus CE
Brand New MSRP : $133 / Used Average : $80
TI-84 Plus Silver Edition
Brand New MSRP : $140 / Used Average : $90
Brand New MSRP : $145 / Used Average : $70
Tips on Buying Used Graphing Calculators
- If your calculator requires a cable, make sure that the cable is included.
- Check the photo of the battery compartment to see if it’s clean without any battery corrosion.
- Check if the calculator comes with a manual.
- Always buy from a reputable seller – check ratings & feedback first.