WeddingRings.Net Launches Facebook Contest to Provide One Couple With Lifetime Guaranteed Wedding Rings

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Online wedding bands specialist launches September contest to provide two rings to one winner, from some of its most popular and contemporary White Tungsten and Titanium bands, which come with a lifetime replacement guarantee if damaged, lost or stolen.

Win a Free Pair of Wedding Rings by Entering Our Facebook Contest

Win a Free Pair of Wedding Rings by Entering Our Facebook Contest

We can’t wait to make one couple’s dream come true, by giving them both stylish, contemporary and most importantly, free, rings for life. It is our way of alleviating one of the cost pressures on couples today, and giving them a truly memorable gift.

Today, leading online wedding rings specialist, http://www.WeddingRings.Net, announced a competition in which one winner will receive two wedding rings of their choice from the contemporary and popular White Tungsten and Titanium range.

The competition encourages audiences to visit the company’s Facebook page in order to interact and engage with them on the social media site, where it shares pictures, comments, celebrity news and blog posts on weddings and wedding jewelry. On September 30th, one person who has liked the WeddingRings.Net Facebook page and completed a short entry form will be selected at random to select two wedding bands from WeddingRings.Net most popular models. Entrants can boost their chances of winning by liking or commenting on any of September’s posts after the launch post.

WeddingRings.Net Founder, Dan Globus, believes that the competition could significantly help one lucky couple with the cost of their pending wedding, or even prove to be the impetus for the proposal. “The cost of a wedding is one of the key considerations for any couple looking to tie the knot, and many couples are forced to delay the wedding or scale back on the scope of the big day because of money concerns,” he said. “With our gift of two wedding rings, one couple can save up to $600 and get a pair of stylish, modern classic wedding bands.”

The six rings from which the winner can choose two are made either from Titanium, renowned for its strength, durability, lightness and hypoallergenic qualities, or White Tungsten. White Tungsten wedding bands have become increasingly popular of late as an alternative to Titanium, offering the scratch resistant properties, durability and strength, but being denser for a heaver feel on the hand.

As well as providing the two rings of choice, WeddingRings.Net pledges a lifetime replacement guarantee on all six rings featured in the shortlist. Going further than any other jewelry site, the company will not only guarantee against cracking, scratching or other defects, it will replace – free of charge – any of the six rings if they get overly scratched, chipped, nicked, discolored or the wearer loses or gains weight and the ring no longer fits. It is also the first company to offer a replacement if the unthinkable happens; the ring is lost or stolen.

“We can’t wait to make one couple’s dream come true, by giving them both stylish, contemporary and most importantly, free, rings for life,” concluded Globus. “It is our way of alleviating one of the cost pressures on couples today, and giving them a truly memorable gift.”

The competition is open to Facebook applicants in the US, Canada or the UK, with a valid address in one of those countries. To find out more about the Facebook competition and its terms and conditions, please click here. For more information on the WeddingRings.Net collection of wedding bands for men and women, visit http://www.weddingrings.net.

About WeddingRings.Net
WeddingRings.Net was formed in 2003 to provide contemporary, affordable wedding bands for men and women, including last minute purchases. With over 1,000 styles in a range of traditional and more modern metals, featuring simple to ornate designs, the company aims to be the internet’s number one website for purchasing wedding bands. For more information about the WeddingRings.Net lines, visit http://www.weddingrings.net, or follow the company on Twitter or Facebook.

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