Bath & Body Works annual Candle Day sale returns Saturday with $9.50 three-wick candles

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Bath & Body Works’ anticipated Candle Day sale returns Saturday in stores and online.

Dec. 7 is the brand’s sixth-annual made-up holiday, which Bath & Body Works’ calls its “biggest event of the season and the most highly anticipated day of the year for brand loyalists and candle aficionados.” 

For one-day only, all three-wick candles are $9.50 each, more than 60% off the regular price of $24.50, while supplies last, the company said in a news release.

Many locations will have extended hours with most stores opening at 7 a.m. and some will open earlier. Search for hours using the store locator at www.bathandbodyworks.com/store-locator.

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For shoppers wanting to beat the crowds, the sale starts at midnight ET Friday and online purchases are limited to 15 candles, according to the website.

To get the deal online, available through 5:59 a.m. ET Sunday, add the candles to your cart and enter promotion code CANDLECRAZE during checkout. According to the fine print, the offer cannot be combined with any other code-based offers. 

There are 135 candle varieties with more than 100 fragrances, “including 38 new 3-Wick Candles arriving exclusively for Candle Day, including Sugared Blueberry Donut, Cereal Marshmallow Bar and Red Velvet Cupcake,” the release states.

On Sunday, Target has its own one-day sale with 10% off store-branded gift cards.

More about the candles

Bath & Body Works says it has more fragrances than any other candle maker and sells more “3-Wick Candles than any other retailer in America.” Here is additional information from the company:

  • The candles “have high concentrations of rich fragrance oils deliver amazing room-filling fragrance for up to 45 hours.”
  • The candles come with a 100% money-back guarantee the company says “to ensure customer satisfaction.”
  • Find safety tips about the candles at www.bathandbodyworks.com.

Follow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

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