New Trends – Engagement Rings Under $100
The last recession not only shook local markets and instilled uncertainty in the minds of consumers, but also it revolutionized buying patterns in jewelry and fashion markets, especially when it comes to buying engagement rings. When was the last time you saw an engagement ring under $100 dollars with the stone that looked just like a diamond? The engagement rings market has evolved from the average cost of $3,000 per ring, to additional $25-50 trial cheap engagement rings under 100 to provide ample time for the big decision. A segmentation between the traditional and new age buyers is highly visible, where traditional buyers spend several thousand dollars and those who, after giving it some consideration, decide to move forward with what they consider a more affordable alternative, usually something from the family of more affordable engagement rings.
“I have started buying cheaper rings after my department has been laid off”, says Linda M. from Los Angeles, Ca. “I used to purchase diamond rings few times a year specifically to match my outfits, but I recently had to change my buying habits. Now when I buy rings online I have 3-5 designs in mind and instead of paying $1000 for an engagement ring, I can relax and see less then $100 taken out of my bank account. This approach to shopping has saved me hundreds of dollars in the last year.
While some women dream about wearing their engagement rings for the rest of their lives, others choose to get a back-up cheap engagement ring with cubic zirconia stones or crystals. And the reason for that is simple – they don’t want to take the chance of losing their expensive diamond engagement ring, whether they are on vacation or camping. And the bottom line – you will be able to get that luxurious look, without having to spend a fortune.
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One of our favorite things about cheap engagement rings is that more and more people can experiment with different styles and they will always come back to try more. Often times what makes our jewelry designs successful are not the designs themselves; it’s the people who are willing to buy several designs at once and are certain to always call back again.