Mila Kunis (L) and Ashton Kutcher attend a basketball game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on December 19, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
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By Char Adams / People
July 28, 2016

Even some of Hollywood’s biggest stars love a good deal — just ask Mila Kunis.

During a Wednesday appearance on Conan, the mom-to-be revealed that she and husband Ashton Kutcher didn’t spend the big bucks on their wedding bands — instead, they got the jewelry from online marketplace Etsy.

“My husband and I got married … and he got me a beautiful engagement ring. Like, stunning, stunning, stunning,” Kunis, 32, told host Conan O’Brien. “But for our wedding bands, for when we got married, I decided to just get them off of Etsy. And so our wedding bands are from Etsy.”

Kunis said that she searched for a ring with “the thinnest possible platinum band” but they all were very expensive — “So, I went on Etsy and it was like $90 and I was like ‘buy now,’ ” she said.

O’Brien, 53, noted that he has always loved Kunis’ “frugal” nature.

“That’s a nice way of saying cheap,” Kunis chimed in with a laugh.

Although Kunis spent $90 on her band, she revealed that Kutcher’s was a bit more pricey.

“Ashton’s is a hundred dollars, so technically his wedding band was a little more expensive,” the Bad Moms actress said.

The host then quipped: “Oh, he’s really pimping it with his hundred dollar band.”

Kunis and Kutcher began dating in 2012. The two became became engaged in 2014 when Kutcher presented the actress with an understated (if you can call a five-carat diamond understated) round solitaire.

“It’s a simple band with a round diamond,” a friend told People at the time. “No baguettes, no insets. It’s not ostentatious, like a Kim Kardashian ring. She doesn’t need a security team with her to wear it. It’s a lot like her and Ashton.”

The pair welcomed their first child Wyatt Isabelle in October 2014, and announced in June they’re expecting a second.

This article originally appeared on People.com

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