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    Default Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    First of all, not sure if I spelled that right, hoping I did though, but can anyone confirm for me?

    I've never really used them in the past, but figured it's something I could start. I've only had a few and I use them up fairly slowly (since I don't just drench myself in them like most guys do, example are my brothers, and it pisses me off and makes the place smell). Anyways, what do you guys think about this one:
    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Paco-Rabanne-...#ht_954wt_1396

    I've been told good things and it's pretty affordable.

    Also, what's the rule with cologne? Do I only use it on special occasions, or is any time good?

    I posted this on another forum, and got a few suggestions, but after doing some google searches, it seems like the one my friend IRL suggested trumps theirs, still I'll post what they said so that you guys can compare.

    L'Homme
    Curve
    Big Pony
    Sex Panther

    Can you guys help me out here, there's too much to choose from and I know almost nothing to begin with. I'll need more than simple suggestions. Like if you can take me to a good website where they compare and contrast these things, that would be great.

    With that said, I'm looking to spend about $30-$40 on whatever. However, don't let that stop you from putting down something that's a little more expensive then that if you really think it's worth it.

    Thanks in advance for all the help you guys can give me.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Dont buy that 1million from ebay because it is probably fake. Price is way too low and seller has no feedback.

    Get YSL La Nuit de LHomme or CK Shock for something similar. Do you have access to stores where you can test fragrances?
    LHomme and Curve are ok for beginners. Big Ponys are no good. I dont think sex panther is even real, its a gimmick fragrance.
    How old are you , where do you live?

    http://www.amazon.com/Shock-Toilette...5517639&sr=8-3

    http://www.amazon.com/Dreamer-Gianni...ef=pd_sim_bt_7

    http://www.amazon.com/Blanc-Individu...ef=pd_sim_bt_1

    http://www.amazon.com/Nautica-Voyage...5517911&sr=1-1

    http://www.amazon.com/GAUCHE-SAINT-L...5518026&sr=1-1

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Everyone has their own tastes, but I can't stand any of the scents on your list. The $30-$40 range is a tough price point, but there are some good values on the web to be had out there around or below it... Some favorites that might fit the bill...

    Giorgio for Men (Giorgio Beverly Hills) -- about $25 and one of my personal favorites, very strong so only 1 spray is needed.
    Z-14 (Halston) -- $20 or less
    Havana (Aramis) -- this one may actually run you between $40-$50
    Azzaro Pour Homme -- should be in your range
    He Wood Rocky Mountain Wood -- testers on eBay usually can be had for about the top of your price range...

    As for "rules"... I wear fragrances all day, every day.
    Current Top Favorites:
    1) Portrait of a Lady original formula (EdP Frédéric Malle)
    2) Giorgio for Men vintage/V.I.P. for Men (Giorgio Beverly Hills)
    3) Dia Man vintage edt (Amouage)
    4) Les Nombres d'Or Vetyver (Mona di Orio) - tie
    4) Lalfeorosa (O'driù) - tie

    6) Anat Fritz Original Formula and Classical (Anat Fritz)
    7) Captain vintage (Molyneux)
    8) Tzora (Anat Fritz)

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Thanks for the advice. I live in Vancouver BC and I'm 22. I'll just head to my mall and test some things out. I'll have a list of what you guys suggested and give it a shot, hopefully within the next two weeks.

    With that said, I generally like to go for cheaper prices, any websites you guys suggest buying from? I notice one of you had used Amazon for all your suggestions, wouldn't that run into the same obstacle as ebay? You know, being fake (I don't know too much about Amazon, so forgive my ignorance about the subject).

    Also, how long do you guys expect these to last? I mean, if it's gonna last me like 8 months, I'm willing to pay more.

    Edit: Using http://www.shopbot.ca (I f***ing LOVE this website)
    I found this website:
    http://www.luxuryperfume.com/

    What do you guys think? I looked and it seems like I'd be spending about $60 on 1 million 3.4oz or 100ml (that includes shipping) which I'm totally willing to do if it can last at least 8 months. With that said, I'm not gonna just jump into buying, still planning on going to the mall and trying what you guys suggested. Then, once I find what I like, I'll buy it online (unless the stores have a cheaper price, but that's HIGHLY unlikely).
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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Perhaps you might like Burberry London - it can be used at any time.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Perhaps you might like Burberry London - it can be used at any time.
    Eh, I'm willing to buy another one once Summer ends as long as the cologne itself will last through the season and again next year, that's fine with me.

    I was looking around the website and Aventus seems to be the real winner, too bad it's out of my price range.

    EDIT, Damn, seriously, everyone seems to LOVE Aventus. I just can't justify spending $200 on a bottle of cologne but I've never been more tempted in my life. F***, I'll try for it next month since I already paid my tuition for school this semester, I'll have more money to spend next month after I pay my current bill off.
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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenio View Post
    Thanks for the advice. I live in Vancouver BC and I'm 22. I'll just head to my mall and test some things out. I'll have a list of what you guys suggested and give it a shot, hopefully within the next two weeks.

    With that said, I generally like to go for cheaper prices, any websites you guys suggest buying from? I notice one of you had used Amazon for all your suggestions, wouldn't that run into the same obstacle as ebay? You know, being fake (I don't know too much about Amazon, so forgive my ignorance about the subject).

    Also, how long do you guys expect these to last? I mean, if it's gonna last me like 8 months, I'm willing to pay more.

    Edit: Using http://www.shopbot.ca (I f***ing LOVE this website)
    I found this website:
    http://www.luxuryperfume.com/

    What do you guys think? I looked and it seems like I'd be spending about $60 on 1 million 3.4oz or 100ml (that includes shipping) which I'm totally willing to do if it can last at least 8 months. With that said, I'm not gonna just jump into buying, still planning on going to the mall and trying what you guys suggested. Then, once I find what I like, I'll buy it online (unless the stores have a cheaper price, but that's HIGHLY unlikely).
    How long the bottle will last will depend on how often you use it, and how much you apply. For example, Giorgio for Men can last years at 1 spray a day (118ml bottle).

    As for Amazon, I have bought from them many times without issue... The key is to buy from Amazon themselves, and not their third-party sellers. If it says "Ships and sold by Amazon" you should be fine.
    Current Top Favorites:
    1) Portrait of a Lady original formula (EdP Frédéric Malle)
    2) Giorgio for Men vintage/V.I.P. for Men (Giorgio Beverly Hills)
    3) Dia Man vintage edt (Amouage)
    4) Les Nombres d'Or Vetyver (Mona di Orio) - tie
    4) Lalfeorosa (O'driù) - tie

    6) Anat Fritz Original Formula and Classical (Anat Fritz)
    7) Captain vintage (Molyneux)
    8) Tzora (Anat Fritz)

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    For your price range it is sorta difficult not unless you find a killer deal.

    I would push for Nautica Voyage $20 in TJMaxx and Marshalls....cheapie but goody especially for summer.

    Also one that I tested and recently purchased is Hanae Mori.....it's 31.49 on Perfumania website...great scent for the price. Citrusy, Floral and Gourmand....longevity and sillage/projection is stellar.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    You can get a 1 once La Nuit de L'homme

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    there are lots of good deals on overstock.com

    Moustache
    Rochas Man
    Azzaro
    Bvlgari Black (tester)
    Nautica Voyage

    Halston Z-14 is a great drugstore scent as well.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    1 Million by Paco Rabanne is a perfect clubbing scent, and has a sweet, spicy, bubble-gum smell. It has great projection (the scent goes beyond your personal space) and average longevity (about 8 hours). However, it can get cloying, so easy on the tigger - spray sparingly.

    and try:

    CK One Shock for Him by Calvin Klein - One is initially treated to a mildly fresh accord. Clementine, with its sweet orangey and faint floral facets, lavender with its clean, herbal character, as well as cumcumber, with its medicinal, sea-like aspect, all commingle in a brisk concoction. A cloud of something, perhaps aldehydes or the cryptic, energy drink accent, imparts an effervescence to the invigorating blend. Transitioning to the heart, a field day with herbs is had. Leafy, black basil, with its licorice accent, vivacious and woody black pepper as well as mildly spicy and sweet cardamom encase the opening. A nascent tobacco serves as a backdrop to the herbal jubilation. Segueing to the base, the rich and spicy tabacco has come into full bloom, while an earthy mustiness of patchouli flitters about. A pleasant ambrene wood infuses its laurel-like, sweet and spicy, woody overtures. And, a casheran musk imparts its velvety, somewhat floral bouquet. An enjoyable drydown ensues. This versatile composition is an all-season scent with average projection and average longevity, 6-8 hours. Its favorable price point makes this fragrance even more welcomed.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    If you want Aventus, take part in a split with someone here. You can usually get 50ml for under $80, and that amount will last you quite a long time, given its potency. You can usually also get Creed's Green Irish Tweed for about $120 for a full 4 oz. bottle.

    If you are looking for something a bit cheaper, then you should cruise through online discounters like Fragrancenet or Scent Monkey (not sure, but I think the ship to Canada) for things you like. Some cheaper crowd pleasers would be:

    1 Million
    Nautica Voyage
    L'Homme
    Canali
    Perry Ellis 360 Red
    CK One Shock
    Rochas Man
    Many of the Curve scents
    Many of the Bulgari scents

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenio View Post
    Thanks for the advice. I live in Vancouver BC and I'm 22. I'll just head to my mall and test some things out. I'll have a list of what you guys suggested and give it a shot, hopefully within the next two weeks.

    With that said, I generally like to go for cheaper prices, any websites you guys suggest buying from? I notice one of you had used Amazon for all your suggestions, wouldn't that run into the same obstacle as ebay? You know, being fake (I don't know too much about Amazon, so forgive my ignorance about the subject).

    Also, how long do you guys expect these to last? I mean, if it's gonna last me like 8 months, I'm willing to pay more.

    Edit: Using http://www.shopbot.ca (I f***ing LOVE this website)
    I found this website:
    http://www.luxuryperfume.com/

    What do you guys think? I looked and it seems like I'd be spending about $60 on 1 million 3.4oz or 100ml (that includes shipping) which I'm totally willing to do if it can last at least 8 months. With that said, I'm not gonna just jump into buying, still planning on going to the mall and trying what you guys suggested. Then, once I find what I like, I'll buy it online (unless the stores have a cheaper price, but that's HIGHLY unlikely).
    I buy a lot from Amazon. It has a complicated network of sellers, some selling via Amazon, some on their own, but Amazon backs all of them and is pretty aggressive about getting customers to rate them. Plus you pay via Amazon so only Amazon has your credit card number. I figure Amazon weeds out any that are not up to snuff. I have had no problems really with orders through Amazon except for one shipment that arrived partly smashed. This was quickly resolved with a replacement. Through the network you can get quite a variety of things and even some specialist vendors are now also selling via Amazon. Amazon provides free shipping on orders over $25 but this does not apply to the network vendors. It is almost too easy to order through them.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenio View Post
    I'll just head to my mall and test some things out. I'll have a list of what you guys suggested and give it a shot, hopefully within the next two weeks.
    ...
    With that said, I generally like to go for cheaper prices, any websites you guys suggest buying from?
    I suggest you use the web to do your research for a number of scents that may appeal to you, then find a retailer that offers a good selection that you can sample. Then buy the fragrance you like the best at full retail, from the retailer that let you sample their wares.

    If you want a second or third fragrance, then feel free to go online for your purchases, but if you're taking up the time and space of a retail establishment, its samples and its employees, then you should reward them with at least a nominal sale.

    If you "blind buy" a fragrance online you run a number of risks other than the possibility that it is fake: most importantly, you may not like it. If you do not try it first you will not know that, and there is no way to ensure that something you "read about" is something you will like in actual fact.

    The retailers that offer free samples need to make money somehow and if you find a fragrance you like at a bricks-and-mortar that allows you to sample, then you should give them your business, unless their markup is ridiculous (over 50% of online, I'd say is excessive).

    I bought a bottle of Guerlain Vetiver today for $15 more than I could get it online (3.4 oz, $55 in store as opposed to $38 online). I sampled no less than 10 fragrances, mostly my own choosing, before making the purchase, and I wasn't rushed or pressured. I felt the markup was worth the girl's time and patience with me, and I was able to cross off a number of fragrances I thought I might like (Paco Rabanne XS and Aspen by Coty, for instance, neither of which I liked).

    I knew I could've walked out and saved $10, but I'd have felt like shzt when the store closed in a year or so. They actually saved me money by letting me test their wares and preventing me from "blind buying" scents I didn't like.

    If your plan remains and you're just looking for the best price on the best scent online, I'm sure any of the Axe fragrances will suit your needs perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clipper View Post
    I suggest you use the web to do your research for a number of scents that may appeal to you, then find a retailer that offers a good selection that you can sample. Then buy the fragrance you like the best at full retail, from the retailer that let you sample their wares.

    If you want a second or third fragrance, then feel free to go online for your purchases, but if you're taking up the time and space of a retail establishment, its samples and its employees, then you should reward them with at least a nominal sale.

    If you "blind buy" a fragrance online you run a number of risks other than the possibility that it is fake: most importantly, you may not like it. If you do not try it first you will not know that, and there is no way to ensure that something you "read about" is something you will like in actual fact.

    The retailers that offer free samples need to make money somehow and if you find a fragrance you like at a bricks-and-mortar that allows you to sample, then you should give them your business, unless their markup is ridiculous (over 50% of online, I'd say is excessive).

    I bought a bottle of Guerlain Vetiver today for $15 more than I could get it online (3.4 oz, $55 in store as opposed to $38 online). I sampled no less than 10 fragrances, mostly my own choosing, before making the purchase, and I wasn't rushed or pressured. I felt the markup was worth the girl's time and patience with me, and I was able to cross off a number of fragrances I thought I might like (Paco Rabanne XS and Aspen by Coty, for instance, neither of which I liked).

    I knew I could've walked out and saved $10, but I'd have felt like shzt when the store closed in a year or so. They actually saved me money by letting me test their wares and preventing me from "blind buying" scents I didn't like.

    If your plan remains and you're just looking for the best price on the best scent online, I'm sure any of the Axe fragrances will suit your needs perfectly.
    If it's $10-$15 difference, that would be ok. However, I did go out yesterday (and plan to do so today again since I was short on time and didn't find everything I was looking for) and most prices were roughly $30 - $50 more than online. I only had 3 in mind, L'homme, Green Irish Tweed and Aventus. Surprisingly, Aventus was the only one I had trouble finding, so that's why I'll be going out again, it's the one I'm most interested in. If I find one that has a more modest difference, then I'd be happy to buy it, but that's not the case.

    On top of that, I can't do split buys in store (well, I could get a friend to chip in with me and we split it, but there's only one guy friend I have that may have been willing to do that and he said no).

    Also, you're acting like finding the best prices is wrong, chances are, you're wealthier than I am, you probably have the luxory of paying full retail price to a higher extent than I do. I don't have much money and want to get the best bang for my buck, I work for minimum wage and go to university, every dollar counts. If I didn't have to pay for school, or rent, or groceries, I'd be able to afford it. However, that's not the case. I currently have extra money to spend on myself, and I want to make the best use of it. Like I said, I am willing to spend a tiny bit more for convenience, but that is only to a certain extent. I wouldn't go passed $15.

    Just in case you were going to ask, I do leave a decent tip every time I go dining out (provided the service was good enough).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tappio View Post
    If you want Aventus, take part in a split with someone here. You can usually get 50ml for under $80, and that amount will last you quite a long time, given its potency. You can usually also get Creed's Green Irish Tweed for about $120 for a full 4 oz. bottle.

    If you are looking for something a bit cheaper, then you should cruise through online discounters like Fragrancenet or Scent Monkey (not sure, but I think the ship to Canada) for things you like. Some cheaper crowd pleasers would be:

    1 Million
    Nautica Voyage
    L'Homme
    Canali
    Perry Ellis 360 Red
    CK One Shock
    Rochas Man
    Many of the Curve scents
    Many of the Bulgari scents
    1 million and L'Homme seem to get the best reviews from what I'm reading. I sniffed them both, they're both great, but I'd probably go with L'Homme. I liked 1 Million about the same, but after reading how popular it was, it's not something I wanted. It's going to end up being something a little more bland. With that said, I'm not going to completely ignore it, I might be able to convince myself to get it in the future.

    Not that it matters, while I still have to find a place that sells Aventus (so I can smell it), I've pretty much had my mind set on it. I've already registered in a split, just have to wait till the reservations are full, then he'll send them out. I've also heard really nice things about Green Irish Tweed, I did try that one as well and it was great. I plan to buy that in the next few months.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenio View Post
    1 million and L'Homme seem to get the best reviews from what I'm reading. I sniffed them both, they're both great, but I'd probably go with L'Homme. I liked 1 Million about the same, but after reading how popular it was, it's not something I wanted. It's going to end up being something a little more bland. With that said, I'm not going to completely ignore it, I might be able to convince myself to get it in the future.

    Not that it matters, while I still have to find a place that sells Aventus (so I can smell it), I've pretty much had my mind set on it. I've already registered in a split, just have to wait till the reservations are full, then he'll send them out. I've also heard really nice things about Green Irish Tweed, I did try that one as well and it was great. I plan to buy that in the next few months.
    I'm surprised you can't find Aventus in Vancouver since there are a lot of students there. There are two retailers that carry it in Harvard Square alone and four or five others in the Boston area. All are generous with testers. (Oddly, Aventus doesn't do much for me, though.)

    I have found very little relationship between cost and enjoyment though. A great house like Caron produces terrific men's fragrances at a very modest price and other great houses (Guerlain, Chanel, Knize) retail at levels well below Aventus. The usual thing in marketing is to jack up the price when a product is hot and relatively new and scale back the price later to keep demand up when it is less fashionable. I doubt that the prices of fragrances relate all that closely to what it costs to produce them. You might try a small sample or decant of Aventus while exploring some things that are less ragingly popular. It is a basic principle of marketing that people will think something is better just because it costs more. You can't stick a trademark on a smell so people will know you are wearing something pricey.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    My favorite inexpensive scents:

    Rochas Man
    Lalique Encre Noire
    YSL Rive Gauche pour Homme (buy online and make sure it's the black and silver tin can, not the new square bottle)
    YSL L'Homme
    Terre d'Hermes (you can sometimes find this for cheap on the sales forum here)

    If you get in on a split, many scents become pretty reasonable in price. Aventus should be fairly cheap at split prices. Since you're set on Aventus, try to test it somewhere and go for that one if you like it.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Rive Gauche should be a staple in every wardrobe

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by tonghpafu View Post
    Rive Gauche should be a staple in every wardrobe
    This is definitely true.

    I checked on Surrender to Chance and they sell an Aventus sample for $3.00, a 2 ml Aventus decant at $29.67, and a sampler of three Creeds of your choice at $8.99. They have also put together a huge number of male fragrance samplers of different types for trying things out.

    The Perfumed Court, another decant vendor, is currently closed for renovations but I think their prices are similar. Check out the threads here for the story of the split between the two sites.

    Nothing wrong with going with Aventus if you like it though to me it seems bit like getting a BMW the afternoon you get your first license, i.e., you might want to experiment first at a lower price point. You've got your whole life ahead of you, so why rush things? Enjoy the journey.

    Also, I can afford to buy pretty much whatever I want and always pay cash, but I start getting annoyed at prices above $110 for a 75 ml. Do you think I'm stupid? I want to say to the house. At a certain point it gets to be more about status, fashion, and snobbery than smell. At $100 an ounce, it better be pretty terrific.

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    Default Re: Not sure where to start out, so that's why I'm here. Want to get a good cologne.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenio View Post
    If it's $10-$15 difference, that would be ok. However, I did go out yesterday (and plan to do so today again since I was short on time and didn't find everything I was looking for) and most prices were roughly $30 - $50 more than online. I only had 3 in mind, L'homme, Green Irish Tweed and Aventus. Surprisingly, Aventus was the only one I had trouble finding, so that's why I'll be going out again, it's the one I'm most interested in. If I find one that has a more modest difference, then I'd be happy to buy it, but that's not the case.

    On top of that, I can't do split buys in store (well, I could get a friend to chip in with me and we split it, but there's only one guy friend I have that may have been willing to do that and he said no).

    Also, you're acting like finding the best prices is wrong, chances are, you're wealthier than I am, you probably have the luxory of paying full retail price to a higher extent than I do. I don't have much money and want to get the best bang for my buck, I work for minimum wage and go to university, every dollar counts. If I didn't have to pay for school, or rent, or groceries, I'd be able to afford it. However, that's not the case. I currently have extra money to spend on myself, and I want to make the best use of it. Like I said, I am willing to spend a tiny bit more for convenience, but that is only to a certain extent. I wouldn't go passed $15.

    Just in case you were going to ask, I do leave a decent tip every time I go dining out (provided the service was good enough).
    I do apologize for my caustic response. Fact is, everyone needs to make a living.

    But if you're on minimum wage and considering Creed, then maybe you need a little counseling, since no 4 oz. bottle is worth 12 hours of work.

    BTW, I'm with you - a full time student myself and only working two days a week, so I understand where you're coming from. Thing is, those stores we're getting samples from are operating on thin margins, too.

    If you really want GIT, as I did after trying it, Walgreens.com has a mother's day 20% off promo code:

    MOM20

    Good thru 5/5, I think, and that's on their already discounted price of 139. Comes out to $111 pre-tax.

    They have reasonable prices to begin with and an excellent selection, including Terre D'Hermes, a number of Creeds, and most of the popular basics.

    Hope you find what you're looking for.

    Edit: No affiliation with Walgreens here, just a customer.

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