(Closed) Anyone get a Blue Nile ring resized?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 4
Member
424 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

We got my e-ring resized last year. It was a relatively painless process except it was expensive to pay for insurance when shipping the ring. We paid about $90 or so. Blue nile does the re-sizing for free though. I suggest calling customer service at Blue Nile to learn more about the process as my FI was the one that did all this. I remember they had a specific number to write on the Fed Ex shipment box for insurance reasons and all that. So definitely call them to learn more 🙂

Shipping from Canada was a pain in the butt because it did get stuck in Michigan at the border. I don’t know if you’re shipping from Canada or not. It should be less of a hassle if you’re in the US.

It took about 2 weeks or so, but I live on the opposite side of the continent. 

Post # 5
Member
3000 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

You could always go to a local jeweler and have them resize it for you. It would probably cost less than buying insurance to ship the ring, plus you wouldn’t have to wait several weeks to have it done. Most jewelers do this in less than a day.

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