Fragrance FAQs

ᐅ What are the best fragrance deals and offers?

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ᐅ Where can I find the biggest discounts on perfume?

The biggest discounts on perfume can be found in most stores around the holidays and Black Friday. Outside of that season, we recommend keeping an eye on the brand's social media channels - as that is where their new deals will be announced!

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ᐅ Can I return my discounted/ clearance perfume if I don't like it?

This will depend on the retailer's unique T&Cs. Most clearance items cannot be returned, but discounted perfume can sometimes be returned at the company's discretion. To avoid disappointment, take advantage of the shop's free sample selection before making your purchase.

ᐅ Is cheap perfume or cologne nice?

Yes - the price of fragrance doesn't always correlate with its quality! You'll find rare occasions where even the most popular perfume and cologne brands are discounted by as much as 80%. But be quick - perfume at this price often doesn't hang about for long.

ᐅ Can I get a discount on perfume gift sets?

Yes, anywhere that stocks perfumes will typically launch fragrance sales that include gift sets. Gift sets are especially popular at the end of the year, so take the opportunity to peruse the Black Friday, Boxing Day or January sales for your reduced perfume gift set.

ᐅ What are the most popular perfumes and colognes, and how do I get a discount on them?

Gucci, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Jimmy Choo, Armani, Dior, Paco Rabanne and Jo Malone are some of the biggest names in the perfume game right now. Although you might not find discounts on their brand websites very often, department stores will often hold fragrance sales that include these all-star names.

How to save money on fragrances

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Put alerts on your favourite products

If your search for discounts on Angel, Jimmy Choo, Paco Rabanne or Hugo Boss have been fruitless, create a Google alert. Super simple (and free) to use, set an alert for the name of your desired perfume with the word 'discount'. That way, you'll get a ping sent right to your phone whenever Google picks up on a discount somewhere.

Make the most of seasonal sales

Since fragrances are a favourite of gifters everywhere, they are often some of the first and most dramatically discounted products around occasions such as Black Friday, Christmas and Valentine's Day. If you're running out of your favourite Dior Sauvage aftershave or desperately want to try the new Jo Malone perfume, see if you can hold out until the next seasonal sale rolls in: around Black Friday perfume deals from retailers like The Fragrance Shop boast discounts as much as 80% off!

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Buy in bulk

Perfume is perishable, but it has an incredibly long shelf life. That's why if you see a 2 for 1 deal going on your favourite scent, buy two and save the second one for when you run out. The great thing about ordering multiples in one go, is that you'll save yourself a second delivery cost! Just remember to store your perfume out of direct sunlight to ensure the scent remains the same when it comes to opening your next bottle.

Buy your perfume from a department store

If your stockist doesn't have any deals on your perfume when you look, head to a department store like Selfridges, Liberty London, House of Fraser, John Lewis or Debenhams. These giant stores stock enormous ranges of the season's most popular fragrances, from Armani Si to Mugler Alien. What is more, they will often have store-wide discounts on beauty and makeup lines, including their range of fragrances. You'll often find discounts of around 15% on top perfume, aftershave and cologne.

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