The Jewelry Insider

January 14, 2010

Are you making the most out of your membership? Don’t miss these four money-saving tips to bend the jewelry cost curve in 2010.

The biggest trend in 2010 is without a doubt: saving – both time and money. That’s why we want to make sure our members know all the valuable tricks of the trade when it comes to optimizing for the very best results.

Follow these four tips, and you’ll be swinging in jewelry style for less in
no time. And if you’re not a member, signing up is fast, easy and absolutely

Click here to become a Member

1. Coupon Craziness:

Only members receive access to guaranteed lowest jewelry prices
carried by our partnering retailers via redeemable coupons and codes. Visit our
coupon page for a list of all available discounts or simply click the ‘View
Member Price’ or ‘I Want to Pay Less’ links listed on every piece in the
treasure chest. Every little bit counts, right?

Visit the Coupon Page

2. Top Ten Deals:

With nearly 50,000 styles in our coffers sometimes you need a little guidance
when it comes to finding the hottest styles for the best price. That’s why our
editors select ten stylish gems each month for a great price for your browsing
pleasure – perfect for the quick gift- for-less or for lighting up your own

3. Overstock Jewelry:

A new addition to, we’re now featuring a by-invitation-only vault
dedicated to overstock jewelry and sample sale gems called JewelClub. With
discounts of up to 80% off the suggested retail price, you might have to browse
with an oxygen mask to keep from hyperventilating. Membership is open only to members and their friends and family – so sign up and spread the

Visit Overstock

4. The Daily Giveaway:

Already a fan favorite, the Daily Giveaway is our way of saying thank you to
our valued members. Every day we give away one of our fine jewelry
styles to a lucky winner – and we’re not talking bottom of the barrel pieces
here. The Giveaway gems are worth $200 – $500 retail! Enter once a day every day
until you too go home with a glittering gem. ‘Free’ is a four letter
word we can all live with!


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