How to fix a $2,500 gold bracelet with a $400 tip from the Philippines

A $2.50 bracelet in the Philippines has been replaced with a blue-and-white bracelet, sparking a social media debate on the price of a luxury item.

The bracelet, made by the company Brega, was purchased in Singapore for $2K and had a $4,500 price tag on it, according to The Philippine Daily Inquirer.

It was given a $3,000 price tag.

The $400 bracelet, which had a silver clasp and was given the brand name, has been given the name “The Bregas.”

But many people on social media were quick to say that it is actually a $1,800 bracelet, a claim that Bregapos owner Andres Villalobos refuted.

“They are not making a $100 bracelet.

They are making a bracelet that will sell for $1K,” Villalobs told ABC News.

The online retailer Bregabuzz.com said the bracelets are being discontinued and the price is $1.80 for the bracelet and $1 for the chain, according the company’s website.

However, there are plenty of people on the social media who are still buying the bracelet, and some are claiming that the price was set by the retailer for the bracelet.

Villaloms website said the bracelet is being discontinued for now, and the company has removed the bracelet from sale.

The brand’s website said it was created to be a tribute to the Bregacas family, who are buried in Manila.

It is a family of goldsmiths who have been in the business for over 60 years.

The website also said the price has been determined by the chain’s wholesale distributor, who is in the process of selling the bracelet for the Bresas’ final resting place.