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How to Buy Diamond Jewelry on a Budget


Unless you're independently wealthy, then you have a limited amount of money to spend on diamond jewelry. You want to buy the best diamond jewelry you can without breaking the budget and going bankrupt.

Don't worry! It is possible to get the diamond jewelry you want without breaking the bank.

First, plan your purchase ahead of time. Decide how you're going to pay for the diamond before you start going shopping. This could take a little bit of time or a long time. For example, if you decide to pay cash for your purchase, you're either going to have to save the money or take the money out of a bank account.


If you don't have the money saved up, then you may decide to finance your purchase in some way. You could put your purchase on your credit card, but make sure you don't go over your limit and you can afford the payments on your credit card. Also check with your credit card company and see if you can get a reduced interest rate for your purchase.

You can also check with where you're going to buy your diamond jewelry to see what kind of financing programs they have for purchase. They want you to buy, so they may offer some attractive incentives to enable you to buy.

At the very least, they may have a  program where you could put a fourth of the purchase price down and pay the rest of the price over three months.

Second, don't buy at the first place you look. Do your homework! Look around. With the popularity of the Internet, it has become possible to comparison shop at a whole new level.

Decide what you want in diamond jewelry and look around. When you find something you like, make a note of it and look some more. Look for sales. Look for great deals. There's plenty to choose from.

Third, don't be afraid to negotiate. You've figured out how you're going to pay for your diamond jewelry and you've looked around and found the exact piece of jewelry you were looking for. See if they'll take less than their asking price. You'll never know until you ask.

Use these guides to help you get the diamond jewelry you want without getting into debt forever.