Canadian Cash for Gold Headquarters

Welcome to the Cash for Gold Headquarters. We are dedicated to providing you with the best information on getting cash for your gold in Canada. We can help you find the most reputable companies to work with, get the most money for your gold, and walk you through the necessary steps. We are your unbiased source for cash for gold information.
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Cash for Gold in Barrie

Living in Barrie and looking to make some quick cash by selling off your unwanted or unused gold jewelry? No problem. There are a lot of cash for gold Barrie locations – many of which pay great money for your old scrap gold and broken jewelry.

There is a company called ED Refining based primarily in Barrie, Ontario that deals in both gold and other electronics. If you are looking for a quick dollar you might want to pop in and pay them a visit. However, if you aren’t in a hurry for your money, it’s quite possible that you might get a bit more money if you decide to sell in Toronto. The cash for gold Barrie locations face much less competition than that within Toronto, and because of this you might not get the same high payouts.

The Hock Shop on Bayfield St, is another cash for gold Barrie option if you’re adamant on selling locally. Make sure you visit in person and get as many quotes as possible before finally agreeing on a price.


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3 Responses to Cash for Gold in Barrie

  1. Kendall January 31, 2012 at 8:50 pm #

    Hello… how much will you pay out to 36.6 grams of 16 karat gold necklace?


  2. adam January 31, 2012 at 9:08 pm #

    Hey Kendall,

    We don’t actually buy gold ourselves, we are simply compiling a list of cash for gold companies. We have listed a couple options in the post and are waiting to hear back from a few others. Once we get more information we’ll do a more in depth review and recommend the best local spot, but we are still putting the site and data together right now.

    Off the top of my head, you’re probably looking at $650+ for what you have there in gold – but it depends on the type of company you sell it to.

  3. Kyle August 24, 2012 at 7:02 pm #

    How much would I get for a 9.5 gram 18K necklace?

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