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BARGAIN hunters have caught the scent of an incredible deal at Superdrug and are flocking to bag a popular designer perfume for half price.

The cosmetics retailer is stocking "best smelling" Carolina Herrera perfume for just £34 – reduced from £70.

The high street drugstore regularly offers shoppers big deals with their star buys.

This week's offering includes more than a 50 per cent discount on the Carolina Herrera 212 VIP Rose Eau De Parfum 50ml.

The stunning fragrance is described as "an ultra feminine icon".

It has notes of Champagne, peach blossom, amber and queen wood – ideal for anyone looking to treat themselves.

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The scent has great reviews from satisfied customers with 4.7 stars out of 5 on Superdrug's website.

One reviewer said: "I love this CH perfume. One of my colleagues was wearing it and I was in love with it.

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"Of course, I asked for a brand, and next week, I already had it.

"It is fresh but I think you can still wear it in colder months. It is not too sweet and lasts for quite a while.

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"Thank you, Superdrug! It was half price, so I've got a bargain!"

Another said: "Just amazing. Smells great all day. Everybody comments on it.

"They do ask me what perfume I use. Really happy with the purchase and half price too."

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