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Creed Aventus Creed 4 OZ Millesime Spray For Men $240

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Amazon has Creed Aventus Creed 4 OZ Millesime Spray For Men for $240 [amazon.com].
I already received mine and it is authentic, it shipped from the same location that Target colognes ship from as the seller is Amazon itself.
Good price for Creed Aventus if you're in the market.
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60% of the time it works every time!
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This cologne gets tons of compliments, but only from men. If you want men hitting on you it's great
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This cologne gets tons of compliments, but only from men. If you want men hitting on you it's great
I don't know about you, but my girlfriend tries to jump me every time I wear Aventus. I bought the last time around for $187 and it came out to $200 including tax. I originally tried a sample after there was a deal for $140. I'm just sorry I didn't buy at the $140 price sooner. Worth it.
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This cologne gets tons of compliments, but only from men. If you want men hitting on you it's great
I've never had a man compliment me on my cologne. I guess I don't attract gay men. I have had women ask about this cologne when I wear it though.
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It's a nice citrusy almost floral for a little while then it is just smoke and musk.

Plenty of other options if you want either or. Tokyomilk is like $30 and has several similar scents, especially if what you want is the smoke texture.

If it was more fruity through out and retained that unisex mass appeal, it'd be better. but not $240 better. buy ck2 at Marshall's for $15 and call it a day

$240 perfume is not slick. then again right above this post is a $400 baby stroller. suddenly $240 doesn't seem as bad.

but the pineapple is the unique part and it disappears in a few minutes. if anyone here has a suggestion for either a mens or womens fragrance (doesn't matter) with pineapple throughout it, let me know
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Quote from notnyhottie88 View Post :
This cologne gets tons of compliments, but only from men. If you want men hitting on you it's great
i actually do, yes.
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It's a nice citrusy almost floral for a little while then it is just smoke and musk.

Plenty of other options if you want either or. Tokyomilk is like $30 and has several similar scents, especially if what you want is the smoke texture.

If it was more fruity through out and retained that unisex mass appeal, it'd be better. but not $240 better. buy ck2 at Marshall's for $15 and call it a day

$240 perfume is not slick. then again right above this post is a $400 baby stroller. suddenly $240 doesn't seem as bad.

but the pineapple is the unique part and it disappears in a few minutes. if anyone here has a suggestion for either a mens or womens fragrance (doesn't matter) with pineapple throughout it, let me know
Here you go

https://demeterfragrance.com/pineapple.html
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Quote from againareku View Post :
It's a nice citrusy almost floral for a little while then it is just smoke and musk.

Plenty of other options if you want either or. Tokyomilk is like $30 and has several similar scents, especially if what you want is the smoke texture.

If it was more fruity through out and retained that unisex mass appeal, it'd be better. but not $240 better. buy ck2 at Marshall's for $15 and call it a day

$240 perfume is not slick. then again right above this post is a $400 baby stroller. suddenly $240 doesn't seem as bad.

but the pineapple is the unique part and it disappears in a few minutes. if anyone here has a suggestion for either a mens or womens fragrance (doesn't matter) with pineapple throughout it, let me know
It may be a batch related issue if the full scent doesn't last. My shirts still smell like woody pineapple come laundry day. You're more apt to get used to smelling the pineapple on yourself than the smoky portion, that could be part of it too.

The $30 colognes may smell similar at first, but none of them I have tried have lasted more than a couple hours. The value for me was that it lasts literally all day without being overpowering. Obviously if price affordability is top concern and longevity isn't, then understandably this deal isn't for you.
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