The World-Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, one of Las Vegas’ top tourist attractions located at 713 S. Las Vegas Blvd. and home of the popular Pawn Stars television show, will be offering an extra 20% off jewelry purchases until Valentine’s Day.
“We wanted to do something fun and thank our locals,” said Rick Harrison, Pawn Star and owner of Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. Anyone coming in and saying ‘I love Chumlee’ will receive the discount. Chumlee, also a Pawn Star, promises to be as lovable as possible between now and then. “I mean, really, who doesn’t love Chumlee,” says Rick with his familiar laugh and further explains, “No coupons needed, just spread some love for Chum and we’ll return the favor.”
The shop is open from 10 am to 5:30 pm seven days a week. Jewelry items range from popular current brands to one-of-a-kind heirloom pieces, designer watches and even Super Bowl rings. With the game right around the corner, wouldn’t a Super Bowl ring be the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for the super fan in your life?
About the World-Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop
Located at 713 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop began as a gold and silver store in 1981 when the Harrison family first relocated from San Diego to Las Vegas. In 1988, when the city finally had a population large enough to necessitate the need for another pawn store, Rick Harrison made sure he claimed that license. Often more of a museum-meets-art gallery and located on The Strip, the shop gained notoriety by reporters visiting Las Vegas.
After four years of trying to sell someone in the entertainment business on the idea of three generations of a family owning a pawn shop on the Las Vegas Strip, Rick (son of Richard “The Old Man” and father of Corey) got someone’s attention and in 2009, “Pawn Stars” was born.
An immediate success on television, it quickly increased the number of visitors coming into Gold & Silver Pawn to more than 4,000 on some days. The shop expanded and became the city’s leading non-gaming tourist attraction (based on recent polls) and remains so today.
In addition to souvenir t-shirts and “Pawn Stars” memorabilia, it is still a working pawn shop and is also a great place to view or buy rare art, guns, swords, toy and music collectibles, sports memorabilia, jewelry and so much more.
The “Pawn Stars” are there most days working behind the scenes and customers can often catch one of them in the shop meeting and greeting the fans they never imagined having a few years ago. For more information, visit gspawn.com.