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Bad Memories of Last Valentine’s? Sell Your Unwanted Jewellery

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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, it’s time to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. But it can also bring back bad memories of last year, and what better way to forget than Sell your unwanted Jewellery from previous years

Valentine’s Day is an experience that varies depending on your marital or relationship status. Some relish the opportunity to demonstrate their undying love for a partner, with jewellery always a popular choice for many.

Others see it as a pointless and commercialised occasion for which they have to fork out cash and go through the effort of picking an appropriate present. And then, you have the singletons, alone on Valentine’s Day. For whom the 14th of February is just another day of the week, except there’s nothing but rom-coms on TV.

If you happen to be the latter and are in possession of unwanted gifts in the form of jewellery, getting rid of it is a great way to forget, and why not earn some cash while you’re at it.

Sell Your Unwanted Jewellery – an Unused Goldmine

Any unused jewellery you have lying around the house, most likely attracting dust in a drawer somewhere, will always be worth something to someone. Keeping something for sentimental value is fair enough, but why keep something that just brings back bad memories? Especially if there’s money to be made by selling jewellery.

Our team of precious metal experts at Post My Gold will carry out a free appraisal of your items and, with our price match guarantee in place, you can be assured that you’ll get a fair market price. We want to make sure that all your bad memories are vanquished and you’re left more than happy with the cash you receive.

If you have a quick look around your home, there’s no doubt you’ll find a colossal amount of old belongings that could easily be sold profit, including unwanted jewellery jewellery. If there’s any jewellery that for one reason or another brings up bad memories of years gone by, why not sell used jewellery or unwanted gifts for cash and “cash in” on a bad situation.

Minimal Effort Maximum Profit

The best thing to do with stuff that brings back bad memories is to shove it in a drawer or closet and forget about it, right? Wrong. You’ll have to decide what to do with your old jewellery at some stage, so what’s the point prolonging the process?

We already mentioned above that you’d receive a quote that will definitely take the sting out of those bad memories, but it’s also worth noting how quick and easy it will be to get rid and get rich.

Our aim is to make sure your entire experience with us is hassle-free and will give you the quickest possible financial turnaround. By requesting a FREE gold pack, you’ll receive a fully insured prepaid envelope. All you have to do is send us your unwanted jewellery and await our response with a quote. This will normally be within 24 hours.

You’ll Get a Good Price for Items in Good Condition

Upon receiving your unwanted items, our experts will appraise them and give you a quote that reflects their true value. The current condition of the item will be taken into account, as well as the latest scrap gold prices. If you received the unwanted jewellery for Valentine’s Day in the last couple of years, it will still be in great condition and therefore have more value.

Selling jewellery that no longer holds any sentimental value or brings back any bad memories is a no-brainer. Many people slip into the habit of clinging on to possessions they no longer have any intention of wearing or using again, which is incredibly wasteful when those items could be sold for a decent profit.

If you have bad memories of Valentine’s Day gone by, and the lingering reminder comes in the shiny form of unwanted jewellery, we can help! Contact us for a FREE gold pack and we can get the ball rolling on selling jewellery you no longer have any need for.

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