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Australian Opal Cutters is have a special giveaway. Simply save the coupons below on your device and click on the links provided to redeem the promotion. Alternatively, you may drop by our store.

Address: Level 3, 295 - 301 Pitt Street, Sydney, Australia

Phone: (02) 9021 8000

Free Pearl Earrings
How to redeem:
1) Save this coupon on your device. Or, use the promotion code:  "Free Pearl Earrings" while checking out.
2) After you have typed in the code, the price will be deducted.
Postage fees - $15

 

 50% Off Pearls Voucher

How to redeem:
1) Save this coupon on your device. Or, use the promotion code: "50% OFF PEARLS" while checking out.

2) Price will be reduced to 50%.


 

50% Off Opals Voucher

How to redeem:
1) Save this coupon on your device. Or, use the promotion code: "50% OFF OPALS" while checking out.
2) Price will be reduced to 50%.

 

$20 Opal and Pearl Cash

How to redeem:
1) Save this coupon on your device. Or, use the promotion code: "$20 OPAL & PEARL CASH" while checking out.
2) $20 will be deducted.

 

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