Can I really buy a cheap diamond ring? The answer is yes…
So you’ve made the decision to pop the question, you have a budget in mind for what you want to pay for the ring. But you want the best deal possible so you start searching for the cheapest diamond rings to see what you can get for your money.
Now I am going to be honest, you can buy a diamond ring for cheap. But don’t expect it to be high quality or have any wow factor. The reason I have to emphasise this point is, when I first thought of buying a diamond ring my sole decision was based only on price. I didn’t even know what other factors there were to consider.
What I am trying to say is don’t buy based on just price, this is a important factor, however not the most important when selecting the perfect diamond ring.
I am going to go through a few tips for how to bag the perfect diamond at a good price.
How To Get The Perfect Diamond Ring At A Good Price………
If you want to know exactly what you are getting when purchasing your diamond ring , I would recommend looking on line. Most on line jewellers do not have overheads of having a Shop or any unnecessary costs. Therefore they pass their savings on to you and offer very competitive prices. Also you have the option to select the diamond as well as the diamond ring setting.
My personal recommendation for shopping for a diamond online would be www.Bluenile.com.
Avoid Anything Which Does Not Come With A Certificate….
There is a saying, if something is too good to be true then it normally is.
This is the case when walking into most high street retailers, where they display very reasonably priced diamond rings. But if you ask to see the certificate, they don’t have one or alternatively show you a certificate which states the diamond is off very poor quality.
I would say you could use Bluenile.com as a benchmark for what you should be paying for your ring based on the setting and diamond.
BlueNile.com Price Benchmark….
Once you have had a good look on bluenile.com and played around with the diamonds and the 4 C’s , the metal type and ring setting you will have a good idea of what you should be looking to pay to buy a ring which is value for money.