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Pandora Has A Secret Outlet Store And You Can Get Charms As Cheap As £5

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Pandora Has A Secret Outlet Store And You Can Get Charms As Cheap As £5

Looking to spruce up your jewellery game? Well, let us introduce you to Pandora's outlet - the fashion secret that could save you some serious cash.

Everyone knows Pandora is an absolute go-to if you're looking for a stylish charm bracelet, but there might be some who, understandably, find the prices a little steep.

That's where the Pandora outlet comes in: It's a little known section of their website where you can get tonnes of rings, necklaces, bracelets and charms at a discount.

On the website, Pandora teases: "Explore some of Pandora's most-loved jewellery for less. Whether buying in advance for a celebration, or just because, pick up the perfect charm, necklace or more in the Pandora outlet."

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Result.

There are tonnes of pieces of jewellery with huge discounts (Credit: Pandora)
There are tonnes of pieces of jewellery with huge discounts (Credit: Pandora)

The website has some whopping discounts, including a charm for as little as £5, a Black Leather Seashell Choker necklace down to £35 from £50 and a Flower Stem Slider Bracelet down to £60 from £150 (that's a whopping 40 per cent off!).

Other whopping discounts include a £90 Good Fortune Coin Charm down to £36, a Joined Heart Necklace down from £115 to £80 and Pavé Hearts Lace Cuff Bangle at half price - down from £200 to £100.

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The outlet is a secret for fans of Pandora products (Credit: PA)
The outlet is a secret for fans of Pandora products (Credit: PA)

What an absolute treat! With Mother's Day coming up, this could make the perfect stop for a last minute present.

In other (even cheaper) jewellery related news, Poundland recently divided opinion by announcing their £1 engagement rings were returning to stores.

But shoppers are pretty divided over the plastic rings - while some think they're a great placeholder, adding "it's the thought that counts" others alleged that they would "turn your finger green".

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In favour of the affordable jewellery, one person explained: "Seriously...if I loved him and he loved me..then I'd wear it with pride. True love isn't defined by how much a ring is worth."

Would you accept an engagement ring worth a quid? (Credit: Pandora)
Would you accept an engagement ring worth a quid? (Credit: Pandora)

While another said: "Personally I wouldn't care, it's the thought that counts! Yes it may turn your finger green but love doesn't come in material things!"

Less impressed, a third penned: "Sorry can only have gold... come out in a rash if it's cheap."

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Looks like the Pandora outlet might be more up your street, then, my friend.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Jewellery, Style News, Fashion

Joanna Freedman
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