A young Argentinian traveled to Ciudad del Este in search of perfumes to check whether or not it is worth going there to purchase them. Once in the place, he couldn't believe the prices and decided to make a recording to publish on his networks.
The video was published under the user @lilbravoirl on the TikTok platform. Tadeo is dedicated to posting content about purchases in the triple border on his different platforms.
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“They ask me a lot about perfumes here and there is a lot of difference,” said the young man, who on this occasion went to a perfume store.
He went to buy perfumes in Ciudad del Este and was surprised by the prices (Video: Tiktok/@lilbravoirl)
The first perfume he found was One Million by Paco Rabanne, in its 100 milliliter version, which in Argentina is available for $109,990. “Here in Ciudad del Este they get it for $58,000,” he said.
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Astonished by the price difference, he showed another model of a classic fragrance: Dior's J'adore. “It costs $90,000,” he detailed. On the other hand, Carolina Herrera's 212 Vip Rosé was available for $75,000.
Next, he saw an Amber Wood brand unit, which there cost $75,000, while on a popular Argentine online sales site it has a value of $168,593. “The truth is that the difference here is impressive,” she commented.
He went to buy perfumes in Ciudad del Este and was surprised by the prices (Photo: Tiktok Capture/@lilbravoirl)
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The video went viral and surpassed 294 thousand views in a short time. Since Ciudad del Este is generally known for having lower prices on electronics, clothing, perfumes and other imported goods, several netizens reacted to his post and asked him about it. One of the frequent doubts referred to the payment method, so the TikToker clarified that there “they accept all types of currencies.”