Jewelry >Coin Mart Jewelry
396 E St, Chula Vista, CA | Directions 9191032.643446 -117.084834
Monday through Saturday 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Simple and Profitable – We just left Coin Mart Jewelry after selling our gold. My husband and I have had a lot of broken gold items and pieces of jewelry we just don't use anymore (especially his gold nugget bracelet - good in the early 80's, but not so good now).
I was very surprised at how easy and how much money they paid us. We actually were paid more money for his bracelet than when he bought it! Amazing.
If we can find anything else to sell, we will go back again.
Wow, what a store! – I saw this business listed on yelp and decided to try it out for myself. I must say, they weren't lying, what a magnificent building for a jewelry store. I drove up and was amazed at the location and size of their store.
Once inside, the selection of jewelry was grand. They had EVERYTHING! Necklaces, Rings, Watches, Bracelets, Earring, Coins, Stones, Lladro Statues (collectors items), and a lot more. I only list all these items because I couldn't believe how much inventory these guys have. They seem to be doing well, the parking lot was full and they had 5 employees working with customers.
I waited about 5 minutes before my turn, but I was greeted the second I walked in (well done). I ended up buying a charm, oh yes, I forgot, they sell charms too.
Great store, huge inventory, nice people. I will be back.
Best Jewelry Store and Best Ring Sizing – My favorite place to shop for jewelry hands down! I love this store and everyone in it. I recently took my ring in to be sized and really loved the service and ease they offered me.
I also ended up buying a pair of earrings while I dropped off my item to be resized. The selection of items is second to none. This store is huge!
Amazing Diamond Selection – I just purchased my dream diamond. My husband and I recently decided to upgrade the ring he bought me 10 years ago. We had heard advertisements for Coin Mart on the radio forever, so we decided to stop in.
We were amazed at the selection of diamonds onsite. I had been to other stores that tell you they will order a diamond for me to look at, but not at Coin Mart. Coin Mart had hundreds of diamonds to choose from.
I was given a quick lesson on color, cut, clarity, size and actually looked at the diamond with a diamond scope. What a great experience. Ultimately, we selected a beautiful stone and had it set in my original mounting.
I highly recommend getting your diamond and education at this jewelry store.
Too easy – Ok, seriously, it shouldn't be this easy to sell your gold. I walked in with a handful of gold junk - broken earrings, a jacked up necklance and some crappy rings and I walked out with over $1400!
This is nuts. Now I know they buy silver too, so I will be back to get rid of some stupid silver spoons that have been sitting in my garage for 10 years. This place is cool!
Wonderful – You all are wonderful. I want to thank you for spending time with me on Saturday and answering all my "dumb" questions. I know you didn't have to spend 20 minutes with me when there was a line of others, but I thank you for not rushing me.
You should be proud of yourselves. I can understand now why your business does so well and why many of your employees have been there most of their lives. Thank you again and God Bless You.
A moment of peace – I have been spending my time writing for profit instead of sitting home reviewing restaurants for the universe to absorb into bliss.
I am only writing today because I had a truly wonderful, enlightening, spiritually satisfying experience here. No, not the out of body nonsense that some may have come to expect after watching Demi and Patrick in Ghost, but the kind that gives you hope that people actually can be kind and unselfish when you least expect it.
I was searching for a present for my, soon to be mother in law, when I came upon this unique jewelry store, the building standing proudly in what can only be described as a tribute to the worlds great banks. The arches and pillars gave me hope that there was to be a selection like no other inside, and I wasn't disappointed.
When I entered, I noticed a sea of people, buying and selling, slurping on freshly made coffee, and browsing happily around the many displays. The inside was calming, the lighting soothing and the low hum of chitter chatter had a quieting effect on me. With all of this, I heard one voice, that of a three year old, crying that she wanted to leave, her mother in the middle of purchasing what looked to be about twenty dollars worth of charms for the little ones bracelet. As the mother hurried to complete her transaction, the store manager excused himself from the desk, quite to the dismay of the mother that was pulling her credit card out in anticipation of a speedy exit. About thirty seconds later, he emerged with a beautiful teddy bear as a gift, an offering to the gods, well at least to the little one that needed something to quiet her tears. An instant calm once again filled the room as the mother and daughter finished what I would describe as a truly unexpected buying experience.
And what about my buying experience? I will save that for another day. Rest assured, I wasn't presented with a teddy bear, nor did I shed any tears that day. I did however find peace while shopping for a friend.
You have to love this place. The second I walked in, I felt secure and important. First of all, this jewelry store is in a bank building, second, they have a very nice staff. Third, they have a great selection.
I must admit, I actually came in to sell jewelry not buy any, so I sat down and watched them test all my items. These guys know what they are doing and were very professional. The process took about 10 minutes.
I would recommend Coin Mart Jewelry for a variety of reasons, but for me, I received good service and a very nice amount of cash for what I thought was junk jewelry.
Bought A Silver Bar – I just had a great experience selling gold and buying silver at this jewelry store. I guess the days of buying jewelry are over, I swear of the 20 people in this store, just about everyone was selling their gold instead of buying it.
I actually sold some scrap gold, then I bought a silver bar. If silver keeps going up, I will probably be back here to turn my silver into gold!
Sold Some Gold – I was looking for a place to sell my scrap gold and I kept hearing the ads on the radio for Coin Mart.
I stopped in and waited about 5 minutes because the place was packed. Once it was my turn, the service was great.
They weighed my gold and paid me a lot of money. Much more money that I was told by another place.
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