Shop with Ideal World this Bank Holiday weekend
for some of our best ever bonus deals!
Celebrate the Bank Holiday weekend with Ideal World as we mark the occasion with our bonus deals! Tune in from Thursday 26th May at 9pm as we launch our exciting event with a range of great offers on selected items. From lower monthly payments with extra flexi-pay, free items and special prices to get your hands on, there are bonus deals for you during every show until midnight on Monday 30th May. So make the most of your Bank Holiday weekend by tuning in!
Some of the amazing Bank Holiday Bonus Deals include our Pick of the Day offers which are available for 24 hours only!
From 9pm Thursday, our beautiful Nicole Half Sleeve Sharkbite Hem Dress has a bonus of 2x flexi payments so you can pay less on the day, and the Wolfgang Puck Pressure Oven has a special event-only price and we’re offering 4x flexi payments too.
In addition, every customer who purchases the Wolfgang Puck Pressure Oven this weekend will be entered into our Golden Ticket Prize Draw .....
Can become a G.I.A certified jeweller by taking an online course http://www.gialondon.co.uk/education/ wonder what the cost would be.
Thank You, would soon add up to take the lot.
Originally Posted by Klosblue
Despite all the tat, Gems do have some absolutely stunning jewellery too. I know I keep going on about the rainbow sapphires, but my rainbow sapphire and dimaond bracelet from Gems is just phenomenal, and I have had some beautiful cheapies too. In fact many of their designs have improved immeasurably since the early days, and I'm definitely not giving up on them. (That rose gold pink sapphire orchid ring is still in my basket - who else would have something like that?)
I have to say, though, that I hardly ever watch Gems, and do almost all my shopping via the website. It is a great shame that they have diluted their high-end offerings with blend of downmarket junk and inelegant presenting. Oh, well.
I've just seen James for the first time..... although he wasn't shouting I did find his style a bit off-putting. I think it was the reference to "quids" rather than ££££ (someone mentioned this before); also he never quoted the price as shown, always rounding up or down to a rounder number when the price shown ended with 9. As a finishing touch he kept referring to a final price of £200 for a pair of blue and white doamond earrings when the price on screen was £219. If only I'd wanted then I'd have rung up and offered then 200 quid!
Not sure he's going to grow on me.
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