Pandora Jewelry is a contemporary jewelry designer and manufacturer and can be found at retailers across the globe. Currently, there is no existing discount offered at Pandora Jewelry for military personnel, but check out the ways you can save!
Pandora Jewelry Armed Forces Day Deals
In the past, Pandora Jewelry offered up to 25% off on Armed Forces Day to active duty, retired military personnel, and military spouses. Check out the ongoing promotions at this time and keep a lookout during the holidays for more promotional deals.
What is Pandora Jewelry?
- Pandora is a world-leading international jewelry company that features jewelry styles including:
- Pandora charm bracelets: Pandora Moments, Pandora Reflexions, and Pandora Me lines
- Holiday inspired jewelry
- Rings: Promise, Stackable, Statement, and Silver
- Pins & Brooches
- And more!
Does Pandora Jewelry ship to APO/FPO addresses?
Yes! Pandora Jewelry gives thanks to the military by automatically shipping all APO/FPO addressed items via USPS Priority. Due to customs, please allow up to 21 days for receipt.
Ways to Save at Pandora Jewelry
Pandora Jewelry offers promotional deals in rotation in-store and online. Check out the latest deals on their website.
The Pandora Preferred Card is a credit line available to eligible applicants. Apply online or in-store and enjoy membership perks, based on credit approval:
- Interest-free if paid in full within 6-12 months.
- 10% off in-store PPC purchase
- Exclusive birthday and special sales event offers
- Free Pandora Jewelry cleanings
More on Pandora Jewelry
- Customize fit your jewelry using their online guides.
- Pandora Jewelry was founded in 1982 with headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark by Danish goldsmith Per Enevoldsen and his wife Winnie.
- Pandora Jewelry stores are located across 100 countries and employs more than 27,300 people.
- The trademark charm bracelet was released to Danish markets in 2000 and later in the U.S. in 2003.
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Cristina Van Orden is a literary writer and active military spouse. She holds an MFA from Antioch University and taught K-12 English before working in editorial. Cristina currently resides on base with her husband and children.