In life, there are only a few investments that we'd consider truly major ones—and buying an engagement ring is one. While most of the time it's just one partner who will be doing the purchasing, there are a few modern pairs out there who are willing to split the cost—and even if you're not, wouldn't it be nice to help lessen the blow of that investment?
We hunted down seven tricks that will help you save money on your engagement ring while you're shopping around. From the right stone for your price range to the metal that will give you the most value for your buck, these are bound to be helpful tips to help you find the right ring for you at the right price.
Keep scrolling for seven ways to save money on your engagement ring—and to shop some of our favourites now!
Tiffany & Co. The Tiffany Setting in 18K Yellow Gold ($11,000)
Hearts on Fire Enticement Dream Engagement Ring ($2900)
David Yurman Capri Pave Engagement Ring in Platinum (price upon request)
Trumpet & Horn Granada Vintage Engagement Ring ($6900)
Michael M. R294 Handcrafted Pave Set Diamond Ring (price upon request)
Robbins Brothers 14K Rose Gold Halo Diamond Engagement Ring ($2495)
How did YOU save money on your engagement ring? Tell us below!