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# 47136 10-Nov-2009 15:06
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The missus has been subtlety hinting at what she wants for xmas, a bottle of Chanel Chance perfume.. Righto i thought, off to farmers i go at lunchtime today.. WHAM.. $250 a bottle.. "oh hell no" i think!
Anyone know of any reputable online stores i might get it cheaper? Overseas is fine (probably preferred, i think we might pay a premium in nz for this sorta thing). When i say reputable i mean it, don't want Chinese knock offs.
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  # 271679 10-Nov-2009 15:39
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You could give strawberryNet a go.

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  # 271695 10-Nov-2009 16:20
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+2 for strawberry.net.
Quick deliveries. Friends and family have used occasionally. No probs. Even around Xmas time deliveries were quick - less than 4 days.




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  # 271820 10-Nov-2009 20:38
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+3 used it many a time. Last time, a joint order between 3 families, we racked up ab out $1000. All got here safely.




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  # 271821 10-Nov-2009 20:40
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Cheers.. checking it out now! thanks

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# 271834 10-Nov-2009 21:06
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davidcole: +3 used it many a time. Last time, a joint order between 3 families, we racked up ab out $1000. All got here safely.


$1k of fragrance for "3 families", and it wasn't just for you. Riiigggghhhtttt.

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nate:
davidcole: +3 used it many a time. Last time, a joint order between 3 families, we racked up ab out $1000. All got here safely.


$1k of fragrance for "3 families", and it wasn't just for you. Riiigggghhhtttt.


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  # 271930 11-Nov-2009 09:22
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Thanks from me also for the reminder and the suggestion to use StrawberryNET. Placed my order today for the wifes Chirstams present. Easy and cheaper than what I could otherwise find.

 
 
 
 


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  # 271974 11-Nov-2009 11:05
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+4 for strawberrynet. the more you buy, you get discounts and sometimes free stuff with the order. been using them for a few years now.

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