Max Pawn Launches New Buy Back Program

 

You might be cash strapped but need a luxury handbag or watch to wear for a special event. Or you may fret about purchasing something impulsively and regretting it later. Michael Mack, general manager of Max Pawn, has launched a new Buy Back program that solves these dilemmas.

Tom Ford Ladies Sunglasses Retail $499 Max Pawn $249

Tom Ford Ladies Sunglasses
Retail $499
Max Pawn $249

Customers of the luxury Las Vegas pawn shop can now sell items back to the store within 90 days (for 70 percent of purchase price) to six months (50 percent of purchase price) and receive a portion of the purchase price back on a consignment basis.

“We carry a great deal of high-end merchandise and a large percentage of our customers are women who may purchase a handbag, a watch or a piece of jewelry and want to trade up a month later. Our Buy Back program is a great fit for these customers,” Mack said.

Hermes Birkin Brown Crocodile Retail $49,500 Max Pawn $22,500

Hermes Birkin Brown Crocodile
Retail $49,500
Max Pawn $22,500

 

 

Chanel J12 Ceramic Ladies with Diamond Dial Retail $6250 Max Pawn $4500

Chanel J12 Ceramic Ladies with Diamond Dial
Retail $6250
Max Pawn $4500

 

 

Max Pawn showcases more than 5,000 square feet of luxury items. Through his business, Mack can study changing shopping habits and consumer behaviors.

Max Pawn is located at 6040 W. Sahara Ave. and his website is maxpawnlv.com.