Email University of Florida Cross Necklace Sterling Silver
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FINANCIAL DETAILS AND TOTAL PAYMENT
If you pay $25 each month by the due date, you will pay a total of $95.27 and pay off your obligation in 4 months.
This total amount paid assumes no promotion applies and the interest rate is 26.99%.
These amounts apply to this item only. The amounts do not include any existing balance.
Approximate payment does not include tax, shipping or other services.
|Highest Regular Balance||Minimum Payment|
|Up to $265.00||$25.00|
|$265.01 to $500.00||10% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$500.01 to $750.00||9% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$750.01 to $1,500.00||7% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$1,500.01 to $2,500.00||6% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$2,500.01 & Up||5% of Highest Regular Balance.|
What Ring Size Should I Order?
Step 2. find the U.S. ring size closest to this measurement in the list below.
|Ring Size||Ring Size in millimeters|
Highlighted with orange and white crystals, this refined sterling silver sideways cross is sure to be loved by Florida Gators® admirers. The 16- to 18-inch adjustable diamond-cut cable chain, which also holds a tag with the University of Florida® logo, is secured with a lobster clasp. The necklace is part of the 4YR Spirit Collection.
University of Florida Cross Necklace Sterling Silver
|Material||ORANGE AND WHITE CRYSTALS|
|Chain Type||CABLE CHAIN|
|Clasp Type||LOBSTER CLASP|
|Dimension Length||16.00 TO 18.00 INCH ADJUSTABLE|
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