Top Diamonds Deals
Whether you're shopping for jewelry for a special moment or as something unique for yourself, take advantage of diamond deals to get the most for your money. We've assembled all the promos, coupons and codes you'll need to find the perfect diamond at the right price.
You've done your research and decided your budget. Now it's time to look for the diamond promos that'll help you stick to that budget. If you're shopping online only, have a look at the aptly named ICE.com. You'll see special promotions and diamond coupon codes listed prominently on the homepage, while sales and diamond promos are on the drop-down menus on the navigation bar. Get 15% off last-chance items and free shipping on orders over $150. Diamond specialist and online retailer Szul makes the diamond deals easy to find by giving them their own sections on the navigation bar. Score more than 50% off on a luxury deal of the week or 10% off clearance.
If you prefer merchants that give you the option of online or in-store purchases, several national brands fit the bill. Visit The Diamond Store or Zales for diamond promo codes and clearance deals of up to 60% off. Or visit Kay Jewelers, where you may find clearance sales that offer 20 to 50% off, discontinued styles at up to 70% off and diamond coupon codes that might get you an extra price reduction. There's even an outlet with 20 to 40% off everything. While Jared is not a diamond specialist, it offers an extensive diamond inventory and a selection of deals that includes up to 50% off clearance items. Watch for shipping discounts during special promotional events.
Unless a diamond is unusual in size, quality or history, it isn't an investment like stocks or gold. Buy a diamond because you want to enjoy owning it, not because you hope it will increase in value.
Before you do your diamond shopping, read about the four Cs of diamond buying, but use them as a guideline only. Few non-experts can tell the difference between one or two categories of color, clarity, cut or carat weight. A diamond that's a few grades away from perfect color or clarity can be just as beautiful as a more expensive one while costing significantly less.