Levi’s is getting into the resale game.
The company is launching its own program for shoppers to buy and sell pre-owned jeans and jackets, called Levi’s SecondHand.Customers who bring in their old denim to Levi’s stores can get a credit of between $5 and $35, depending on the item’s age, condition, and original retail price.Advertisement
As an example, items that were made in the last 10 years are subject to credits that range from $5 to $15 for jeans and $5 to $20 for Trucker Jackets.
The most valuable trade-ins are items from Premium Levi’s collections and pieces that were made more than 20 years ago. For both categories, jeans go for up to $30 and Trucker Jackets go for up to $35.If an item isn’t in good enough condition to resell, customers will still get a $5 credit and Levi’s will recycle it.AdvertisementBusiness Insider