Looking for Ross Simons outlet store alternatives?

Need Ross Simons outlet store alternatives? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices for this brand of jewelry. Below are the websites that I recommend.

Links to search results for this brand are below:

Shopzilla - Ross Simons outlet store

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SUMMARY:This Providence, Rhode Island company has a strong reputation in regards to the quality of their jewelry. They've been around since 1952, but are considered to be cutting-edge in their multi-channel marketing.

I must say that in searching for this company's jewelry, I came up with some interesting results. This brand currently has a minor presence on Amazon, but a reasonable if not substantial presence on Bizrate/Shopzilla and eBay. This brand has enough prestige that I expected to see some counterfeiting on eBay, but it's presence there was moderate. It's either that eBay is doing a better job of cleaning out counterfeiters or the brand was as well-recognized as I originally thought. There are also some very affordable listings from their actual website listed on Bizrate/Shopzilla.

FROM THE BLOGS: It's been said that the most powerful word in marketing is the word "free" and I think this company understands that. On the first page of results, there are several results available which mention coupons and a $1000 shopping spree contest pertaining to this brand. I think the idea of being granted access to $1000 in diamonds or pearls is difficult for most people to ignore in any economy. Additionally, there are coupons that carry a value of 25 percent off sitewide available at several blogs. I think this brand fully understands that the best way to get the attention of the consumer is to provide possible discounts or freebies of high value goods. It's amazing how relatively rare this is among brands. I should also mention that I actually signed up for the contest. It probably took me all of three seconds. I should also mention that the same website had a number of other contests that I could not resist signing up for as well. I think that I have gotten hooked on that website. In the blog search results, I found other types of results pertaining to this brand that were also interesting. I didn't figure that this brand would be sponsoring a couples tossing contest at Brown University, but that appears to be the case.