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Zales.com has their Lab-Created Blue Sapphire & Diamond Accent Ring in Sterling Silver for $23.99 when you apply code BSDARAFF at checkout. Free in-store pickup (ship to store), otherwise shipping is $6.95. Thanks MW27
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Zales [zales.com] has their 5.0mm Lab-Created Blue Sapphire and Diamond Accent Split Shank Bypass Ring in Sterling Silver on sale for $23.99 (Reg $119) with code BSDARAFF

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Last Edited by zephyrprime September 8, 2017 at 08:40 AM
No trailing space character allowed on the discount code (BSDARAFF) or it will not work.

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My better half (a scientist) would take lab grown over a thousand dollar pebble mined by slaves and benefiting the wealthy any day. Never understood why people are so hellbent on diamonds.
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Zales is normally a rip. This isn't a $119 ring by any chance. It's all lab made and tiny stones, so $30-$40 is fair. Quality is probably OK, but for the discounted price you can't really complain. Diamonds are said to be real but they're so tiny that they're not really worth much.
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Guys, this is where we stop replying to this guy, he either is just a troll or has a learning disability. laugh out loud
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Thanks OP this is beautiful. Does the code work on anything else?
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I can't seem to get the code to work ):
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I can't seem to get the code to work ):
Nvm. The code works on my computer but not on the mobile website for some reason :\
Great deal anyways
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Worked from my phone, thanks
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Can somebody please explain these sales to me?

$23.99 (Reg $119)

Why are they being discounted so heavily? Is this something that's common? Is the quality pretty low? Are these zirconias?
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Can somebody please explain these sales to me?

$23.99 (Reg $119)

Why are they being discounted so heavily? Is this something that's common? Is the quality pretty low? Are these zirconias?
Zales is normally a rip. This isn't a $119 ring by any chance. It's all lab made and tiny stones, so $30-$40 is fair. Quality is probably OK, but for the discounted price you can't really complain. Diamonds are said to be real but they're so tiny that they're not really worth much.
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Zales is normally a rip. This isn't a $119 ring by any chance. It's all lab made and tiny stones, so $30-$40 is fair. Quality is probably OK, but for the discounted price you can't really complain. Diamonds are said to be real but they're so tiny that they're not really worth much.
Which is the best place to get diamond earring ?
I am looking for ideas thanks
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This would be a good piece of jewelry for a present for a kid or teen.
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Which is the best place to get diamond earring ?
I am looking for ideas thanks
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Which is the best place to get diamond earring ?
I am looking for ideas thanks
Online at Blue Nile or hit up a Diamond's Direct if one is in your area. They've saved me thousands on jewelry for the wife.
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Lab created like me!
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Which is the best place to get diamond earring ?
I am looking for ideas thanks
You're probably best off finding a reputable jewelry store and going there. Not always the cheapest but if you're getting a nice gift it's worth the extra money to get exactly what you want.
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