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Buy a Movado Watch and get back 30% more in diamond jewellery

Buy Diamond jewellery and get back 30% more in Mavoda watches

Please check for above grammar specially 'articles'

and also I had came up with th headline fo rthis offer

Movado May Celebration (or Celebrations)

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CreativeguruBuy a Movado Watch and get back 30% more in diamond jewellery

Buy Diamond jewellery and get back 30% more in Mavoda watches
Neither of the above makes it clear what I am actually getting. 30% more of what?

Do you mean:

Buy a Movado Watch and get 30% of its value as a discount when you buy diamond jewellery.
CreativeguruMovado May Celebration (or Celebrations)
May celebration - I would expect one special promotion/offer that runs throughout the month of May.

May celebrations - I would expect a range of promotions/offers/discounts/events that take place during the course of the month.

And your question should read:

AREthese sentences gramatically correct Emotion: smile
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Buy a Movado watch and receive 30% off your accompanying diamond jewellery purchase.

Buy any diamond jewellery and get 30% of the purchase price of a Movado watch.

Opti is right: when you say "get 30% back" it sounds like you get 30% of the value of the watch as a credit to apply toward the purchase of somethign else.
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No, the sentence, Buy a Movado Watch and get back 30% more in diamond jewellery means .......when you buy a watch you will get 30% discount in any of the diamond jewellery if you intend to buy and vice versa.........

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