08-22-2012 12:37 PM
Every woman loves ANYTHING that comes in that light blue box. Epecially if it's worth taking out credit for it.
The box gets dark blue for more expensive items. And almost black for the really good stuff. Stay away from the black box.
08-22-2012 01:09 PM
BTW I'd like to stay clear of any colorful jewelry box! Spending money on jewelry for me seems such a waste of money. Don't get me wrong Im not cheap, I could easily go into Bestbuy or other electronic store and blow a few grand on electronic items. To me those items have purpose, I have no idea why or how women see any purpose in jewelry.
Anyway, I have to get the DW an anniversary gift so will prob get her a necklace or something. I could afford to just pay cash but the thought of blowing a few grand on a piece of jewelry would lead me to a spiraling depression So I figure if I take out there 18 month zero interest credit card and pay smaller amounts each month it would be less painful mentally
08-22-2012 01:11 PM
Some people do use jewelry as a form of investing.
08-22-2012 01:45 PM
If you use it as a revolver the APR is pretty high, but I believe they have 0% financing on ring purchases. When I opened the account in '09 I picked out a ring first, then was approved for Tiffany financing with 20% down/10month payoff with zero APR.
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