Post # 1
- Wedding: April 2015 - Anchor Inn, MD
We are trying to maintain a very tight budget for the wedding. My fiance has already pretty much decided what wedding ring he wants — a tungsten carbide Superman ring that’s only $40 (sweet!). Understanding that something with diamonds to match my sparkly engagement ring is going to cost a bit more, I’m trying to budget $300 for mine. Where are the best places to buy diamond wedding bands at a low cost??
Because I can’t resist, here is my beauty that I’m trying to find a match for:
Post # 2
- Wedding: September 2014 - SPRING VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB
I’d try overstock.com Or even the place he got your ring from, maybe they can offer a discount. Your E ring is beautiful by the way.
Post # 3
Zales and Kays have pretty affordable bands! Your E-ring is so pretty btw!
Post # 4
You could also try department stores like Macy’s – sometimes they have sales, same for the typical chain jewelry stores, if you can catch a sale you might get a great price for a wedding band.
Post # 5
You could check ebay and etsy, lord of gem rings on etsy has some very affordable bands.
Post # 6
diamond district in New York.
a gem and jewlery show, costco, ebay, overstock, etc.
Post # 7
overstock.com is a good place, the only thing is recognize that even thought it is a diamond band, in that price range it is not going to have the big bling wow factor. You have such a pretty ring, have you considered a plain gold band but with some spunk. None the less, ETSY is probably the best place for your price range.
There is an example and if you look through the sellers other rings there are plenty in your price range and you don’t have to pay taxes, just shipping and it is a U.S. Seller.
Good Luck and you have a beautiful ring
Post # 8
JMer711: I’d suggest visiting your local pawn shop, but just make sure they’re reputable and offer a return policy. You’d be surprised at some of the selection and prices that they can offer! My mother is a jeweler and she has a found lot of beautiful diamond jewelry from pawn shops, including antique pieces for a fraction of what she would’ve paid at an estate sale.
BTW, your ring is beautiful!
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