February 05, 2018 2 min read
First thing's first: Valentine's Day 2018 is on Wednesday, February 14th.
So... YES. It's time to start thinking about what you'll get your sweetheart for Valentine's Day.
More specifically, here are some questions you might want to know the answers to:
That's why we've put together this awesome
You get a forever red rose trimmed in 24k gold, a beautiful engravable sterling silver heart bracelet, and a box of chocolates, all for one sweet price of $199.
Jewelry, rose, chocolate. Done. ✅
If your relationship is at that place and you're ready to take that step...
Valentine's Day is one of the best times to pop the big question. There is no more romantic Valentine's Day gift than pledging your lifetime love.
And if you're wondering if you can really afford the stunning engagement ring she deserves, mind at ease! Here at Garcia & Co. Jewelers in Farmington NM, we've got low and no interest financing options that make it easy to get the ring with easy, low monthly payments.
The average amount spent on Valentine's Day jewelry is around $200. And here at Garcia & Co. Jewelers in Farmington NM, we have a stunning selection of Valentine's Day jewelry ranging from around $30 to $500.
Ultimately the answer to how much you should is up to you. There's no "right amount" to spend. If you're ready to get engaged, you might spend a few thousand dollars. If you're looking for a fashionable gift she'll love, you can spend as little as $32.
The important thing is to keep the focus on making her feel loved and appreciated. Do that, and how much you spend becomes irrelevant.
The question you should start pondering is: "How am I going to make this a GREAT Valentine's Day?"
And if you decide that jewelry is a part of your great 2018 Valentine's Day, we'd love to have to opportunity to serve you here at Garcia & Co. Jewelers in Farmington NM.
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