Play 1 Offer Price: $0.00

Play 1

Play 1 Offer Price: $0.00

Please select the condition

Excellent Condition
  • Flawless appearance with no visible scratches
  • Fully functional - all parts inc. system software
  • Touch surface works (If Applicable)
  • Includes working power supply
Good Condition
  • Signs of wear
  • Fully functional - all parts inc. system software
  • Includes working power supply

Item Summary

Device - Play 1

Condition - Excellent

We'll pay you: $0.00

Sell This Device

Sell your Sonos Play 1 with Decluttr!

Get quick and easy cash for your Sonos Play 1.

To sell your Sonos Play 1 just follow these simple steps:

  1. Get an instant price - Tell us the condition of your Sonos Play 1 to get an instant price. No auctions, no fees, no hassle!
  2. Complete your Order and Send Your Device – If you’re happy with your price, select ‘Sell This Device’ above. Then, continue to the checkout, select your payment method and how you want to send your items. When you’ve completed your order, pop your Sonos Play 1 into a box & send it to us using your chosen FREE send options.
  3. Get Fast Payment – We’ll pay you for your Sonos speakers by direct deposit or PayPal.

Our price for a 'Excellent' Sonos Play 1 right now is up to $0.00. Use the options above to see how much we can offer depending on the condition of your device.

We offer our highest prices for newer Sonos devices which are in 'Excellent' condition with no broken or damaged parts. Recent models are almost always worth more than older models too.

We’ll happily accept Sonos devices that are broken or faulty, so you can still sell your Play 1 with us. Whether that’s cosmetic damage, technical issues or sound quality problems, you can still get cash for your old Play 1!

You can view the criteria for each condition by toggling the 'Excellent', 'Good', '' options above. Read each criteria and select the condition that describes your device best.

You can still sell your Sonos Play 1 if you've lost your charger, but please select 'Poor' as your condition (unless your device is broken, in which case you should select 'Faulty').