The holiday season is upon us and we know most of our customers are in full-on shopping mode. This is also the most popular time of the year for engagements, with 1 in every 5 proposals happening in the month of December*.
Whether your looking for a great holiday gift for that special someone, considering popping the question, or shopping for weddings bands for your upcoming spring or summer wedding – Samuelson’s Diamonds has you covered.
Now through December 24, 2013, we offering 20% off purchases of up to $3,000**. So don’t put your shopping off any longer, stop in and see us. We’re located in downtown Baltimore on 419 W. Baltimore Street and our hours are Tue-Fri: 10am – 5pm and Sat: 10am – 4pm.
Present the coupon below (either printed or on your mobile phone) to receive this holiday deal.
**In-store items only. Excludes loose diamonds. Discount applied to retail tag price.
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