When it comes to pawnshops, they love to see a Tag Heuer watch come through their door.
That having been said, there ware some things you will want to know before you leave your house to see how much you can get for yours at a pawn shop.
How 'Pawnable' Is This Item
What Value Does This Item Have
Tag Heuer watches score Excellent in both pawn ability and value at most major pawn shops.
While they aren’t as desirable as a Rolex per say, they are still really high up there on the list in terms of great, quality timepieces that most people would be extremely proud to own. Typically speaking, you’re going to find yourself welcomed with open arms by most pawnbrokers if you come in with this kind of timepiece and you can expect a loan or sale price ranging from hundreds to into the low thousands depending on the watch you have.
What To Bring With You:
When you take a Tag Heuer watch to a pawn shop, there are some things that are nice to have with you.
- The original box and paperwork if you still have it.
- Any documentation on service that you may have had done to the watch.
- Any extra links that you may have had removed from the bracelet.
- Any extra bands or bracelets that you may have purchased for the watch.
Percentage Of Pawn Shops That Accept This Item 99%
Percentage Of Pawn Shops That Consider This Item Desirable 99%
Average Redemption Rate For This Type Of Item 90%
Percentage of Households That Have This Type Of Item 10%
Percentage Of Times This Type Of Item Is Pawned vs Being Sold 90%
Tag Heuer watches tend to perform very well in pawnshops, receiving a 99% in both the percentage of shops that take it and their desirability. Most pawn shops will be very happy to see you walk through their doors with one.
The average redemption ratio for Tag’s are higher than the national average for most merchandise at over 90% being redeemed nationally.
Less than 10% of households have Tag Heuer watches, but of those that do have them and make loans on them, around 90% of them pawn them versus selling them.
What Are Some Advantages To Pawning This Type Of Item
- You’re typically going to get a good amount of money for your watch at a pawn shop. Typically several hundred to low thousands depending on the exact model Tag Heuer that you have.
- It’s very easy to find pawn shops that accept these items, and those that do typically pay very well.
- Because of how many pawn shops accept Tag Heuer watches, they are easy to “Shop” around to find the best offer at various pawnshops in your neighborhood.
What Are Some Drawbacks To Pawning This Type Of Item
There really aren’t too many drawbacks to pawning a Tag, it’s a great item to make a loan on.
Pawning or Selling Tag Heuer Watches
This type of watch is very easy to pawn, there’s not going to be much work that you have to do on your part.
It’s best to make sure that the watch is clean so that you present it in the best possible condition to the pawnbroker when you go in seeking a loan or trying to sell it. I wouldn’t suggest doing this yourself, but if you do, use a very soft bristle brush so you don’t scratch the surface and a mild, warm cleaning agent.
It’s also a great idea to take anything with you that may have come with the watch when it was originally purchased. That includes but is not limited to the box, paperwork, original links, extra bands, or anything else that you can think of that might apply.
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