Why You Should Sell Your Ring

Part of moving on is letting go.  Now, it can be hard to let go of your wedding ring.  Especially when you learn that the resale value for wedding jewelry is a very small fraction of the price you originally paid for it. But what else are you doing with it?  Maybe you’re wearing it on a chain around your neck, which is fine, if you’re 12.  But most likely, it’s just sitting there, in a box or a drawer, waiting to remind you of things you’d rather not remember. So get rid of it. And do not throw it into the sea as some symbolic gesture. That’s dumb. And littering. And it will probably kill a dolphin. So if you want that on your conscience, please, by all means, litter away!

Look at it this way. If you sell it, here are just some of the great things you can do with that sweet, sweet ring money. For rings of every budget!

50 ring dollars = 50 lottery tickets (25 Powerball tickets)

100 ring dollars = 10 lbs of Jelly Belly brand jelly beans

250 ring dollars = DC34 Handheld Dyson Vacuum

500 ring dollars = 1 deluxe annual pass to Disneyland

700 ring dollars = 1 premium annual pass to Disney World (includes unlimited access to both Disney water parks)

1,000 ring dollars = 1,000 lottery tickets (500 Powerball)

2,500 ring dollars = 5 iPads (you can break a few, just for fun)

4,000 ring dollars and up = THIS


3 thoughts on “Why You Should Sell Your Ring

  1. I took my myself, my daughter and my new man to dinner and a movie with my ring money! We had a great time.

    • fancytramp says:

      Great times had with ring money are the best times. Personally, I went with the lottery ticket option. I didn’t win, but it still felt good.

  2. […] since we posted about the great fun you can have with ring money, we’ve come to accept that many of you find it much more satisfying to, say, flush a ring […]

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