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Oski1981 1,342 4,401 September 8, 2016 at 10:23 AM in Necklaces (6) More Zales Deals
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Promoted 09-12-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:21 AM View Original Post
Zales.com has Zales Diamond Accent Tilted Heart Pendant in Sterling Silver on sale for $99 - $74.01 off w/ promotional code TILTHRTSDAFF (apply at checkout) = $24.99. Shipping is free (2-Day UPS Shipping). Thanks Oski1981

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Shimmering diamond accents and bright beaded detailing adorn the heart, adding eye-catching sparkle and completing the design. Would make a great present/gift - Discobmobulated

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Edited September 12, 2016 at 02:58 PM by cricket702
Zales has the Diamond Accent Tilted Heart Pendant in Sterling Silver [zales.com] for $24.99 Plus Free Shipping.

Promo Code: TILTHRTSDAFF

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  • Stone Type: Diamond
  • Stone Shape: Round
  • Metal Type: Sterling Silver
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Bought this for myself before Valentine's Day for $20. #foreveralone
Dhunny 8
they used to sell this for $19.99 just before valentines day or Christmas
but good gift for time past girlfriends Smilie
I used to work at a jewelers and just know that "diamond accents" basically means diamond chips or flakes and they hold very little value. The $99 regular price is HIGHLY inflated.

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they used to sell this for $19.99 just before valentines day or Christmas
but good gift for time past girlfriends Smilie
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Bought this for myself before Valentine's Day for $20. #foreveralone
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Yup, I bought this for my girlfriend during the Valentine's Day sale for $19.99. She literally wears it every day and it's still holding up. It has lost a little bit of its shine since then though.

Does anyone know what the best way to clean and shine these are?
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Quote from ChrisC3933 View Post :
Yup, I bought this for my girlfriend during the Valentine's Day sale for $19.99. She literally wears it every day and it's still holding up. It has lost a little bit of its shine since then though.

Does anyone know what the best way to clean and shine these are?
The jewelry cleaner they sell at Walmart in a red container works pretty good.
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Quote from KevinV4336 View Post :
The jewelry cleaner they sell at Walmart in a red container works pretty good.
Thanks and repped!
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I bought this for my 13 year old daughter maybe a year ago. Sitting in a drawer somewhere but it's cute lol
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Went to check this out on their website. Opened the page, it said "Save $50 off your first order when you sign up for our newsletter!" Thought, "Ok, I'll combine these two and get it for free, cool."

Clicked through to sign up, it brought up a page with a ton of personal contact info (no doubt to spam you) and listed the caveat "Save $50" and then in small print, "(when ordering $300 or more)".

Closed. I don't deal with companies that have slimy advertising tactics. Especially for some necklace that is bloated to MSRP and then put "on sale" for $5 more than it normally costs on sale.
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Bought one for my wife. Thanks OP
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Last edited by washoe-mom September 12, 2016 at 08:57 AM
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Quote from ChrisC3933 View Post :
Yup, I bought this for my girlfriend during the Valentine's Day sale for $19.99. She literally wears it every day and it's still holding up. It has lost a little bit of its shine since then though.

Does anyone know what the best way to clean and shine these are?
toothbrush and Dawn soap
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Quote from ChrisC3933 View Post :
Yup, I bought this for my girlfriend during the Valentine's Day sale for $19.99. She literally wears it every day and it's still holding up. It has lost a little bit of its shine since then though.

Does anyone know what the best way to clean and shine these are?
If she has been with you that long buy her a white gold pendant...
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I used to work at a jewelers and just know that "diamond accents" basically means diamond chips or flakes and they hold very little value. The $99 regular price is HIGHLY inflated.
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It's more the principle that I'm not going to do business with a company like that.
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Last edited by washoe-mom September 12, 2016 at 08:58 AM
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Quote from hlweil1985 View Post :
I used to work at a jewelers and just know that "diamond accents" basically means diamond chips or flakes and they hold very little value. The $99 regular price is HIGHLY inflated.
Yeah, but I don't know how to make these myself.
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