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Fragheads Unite! Fragrance thread for all things Perfume

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I was looking for the right place to sell some of my colognes (Mostly Tom Ford and Jo Malone). Don't think this is the right place but was hoping someone could guide me to a forum for fragrance enthusiasts.
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Definitely one of the right places to do it. Maybe post up everything you have and size, how much is left and pricing.

You may get more hits in the FS thread, all your product junkies are in here.

Hard to tell by the pic but those all look brand new and sealed.
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markopas wrote: Taste is subjective, I love the Privé more.
i agree Prive is better
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gordie wrote: Hey guys, I'm not sure if this is appropriate but I'm looking to unload some fragrances I rarely use and thought I would share them here since I learned a lot from reading this thread. I'd like to get $100 for everything pictured. I'm flexible with meetup locations in the GTA.

Burberry Brit Rhythm: 90ml, unopened, still wrapped
Aramis Tobacco Reserve: 110ml bottle, ~85% left
Givenchy Gentlemen Only: 150ml bottle, sprayed ~10 times
Terre d'Hermes Eau Tres Fraiche: 30ml bottle, sprayed ~10 times

Tom Ford Ombre Leather: 10ml decant, ~80% left
Tom Ford Tobacco Oud: 10ml decant, ~50% left
Terre d'Hermes EDP: 10ml decant, ~85% left

The decants are from reputable sellers on reddit.

All of the samples pictured are included if someone buys everything. The samples aren't anything special (to be honest) except for the Tuscan Leather (to the left of the Ombre Leather decant) and maybe the Mojave Ghost.

I don't sell stuff like this often so if anyone has suggestions on where I should post this for the best audience then I would appreciate it.
$100 is a good price for that pkg. I love TDH ETF it's great in summer.
maybe try listing it on the Great Canadian Fragrance Exchange FB Group, there is a lot of buying and selling of frags on that group
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kaiser__sose wrote: $100 is a good price for that pkg. I love TDH ETF it's great in summer.
maybe try listing it on the Great Canadian Fragrance Exchange FB Group, there is a lot of buying and selling of frags on that group
Thanks for the tip! I'll check that out. Aside from my post in this thread, I haven't put any effort into selling these and they're still collecting dust.
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I have been working from home since middle of March and haven't used any cologne since then. It will take long time to finish my 50+ 100ml bottles...:(
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scorpionca wrote: I have been working from home since middle of March and haven't used any cologne since then. It will take long time to finish my 50+ 100ml bottles...:(
I hear that- but sometimes wearing cologne just around the house, if strong enough can still smell nice..its the small things that help.
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i wear my frags while working from home also.
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Been testing some of the zara frags- not bad for the price.
Anyone see any frag deals for fathers day?

I betting prices are going drop down in a few months. The costs of some of frags is so high for such a small amount of liquid.
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submalst wrote: Been testing some of the zara frags- not bad for the price.
Anyone see any frag deals for fathers day?

I betting prices are going drop down in a few months. The costs of some of frags is so high for such a small amount of liquid.
CAre to explain?
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scorpionca wrote: Which one is better...Prive or Original?
I've never tried the original.
yep, I know....I'm one in a 'million'. lol
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markopas wrote: CAre to explain?
I have found that prices have increased over the last 2 years. With fragrance sales in the toilet as less people are going out etc, I am hoping that some of the pricing decreases.
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submalst wrote: I have found that prices have increased over the last 2 years. With fragrance sales in the toilet as less people are going out etc, I am hoping that some of the pricing decreases.
With the option of online purchases and free shipping I hardly believe people will drop prices especially with places who never had a brick and mortar but with people losing jobs spending will be quite a bit less so more details popping up?

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