Old Spice Coupons
Old Spice’s buoy-shaped bottle cologne has been its staple product, available in its original scent as well as newer Pure Sport. In 2006, Old Spice introduced an all-new fragrance, OS Signature, which won the magazine FHM ’s 2006 Grooming Award for Best Sporty Fragrance. Old Spice Red Zone products include a “Scratch-and-sniff” version of the Signature fragrance.
Old Spice as of 2009 has three lines of grooming products and each line features a variety of products and scents. “High Endurance” is promoted as a basic grooming line, and includes antiperspirant, deodorant, body wash, hair & body wash, and shaving products. “Original” is aimed at people who prefer the original scent of Old Spice, including a Deodorant Stick, Body Wash, Body Sprays, and a Shaving Product. “Red Zone” is aimed as a higher-end line, including an antiperspirant, deodorant, body wash, and body spray.
They also come in various fragrances.
High Endurance: Pure Sport, Fresh, Arctic Force, White Water, Original, Mountain Rush, and Smooth Blast.
Red Zone: Pure Sport, After Hours, Showtime, Aqua Reef, Swagger, and Double Impact.
Original: “Classic” Scent (Original), Fresh
Old Spice is a sponsor of NASCAR driver Tony Stewart, who featured in a TV advertisement showing Old Spice logos printed on the armpits of his Busch Series race suit, signifying both Old Spice being a deodorant and Stewart’s numerous wins. In 2009, they will join Office Depot as co-primary sponsors of the #14 Chevrolet Impala of Stewart Haas Racing.
Actor Bruce Campbell has appeared as a parody of himself in a series of commercials for the product line. Actor Neil Patrick Harris has appeared in Old Spice TV commercials as a parody of his Doogie Howser, M.D. character.
Old Spice is well known in the USA for their jingle, a catchy whistle used in just about every Old Spice commercial. Over the years, the whistle has changed from minor to major, shortened, and now the whistle does not have music behind it. In the UK the brand was famously advertised with O Fortuna from Carmina Burana by Carl Orff.