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90p Yankee candle at Tesco

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banned#1
Location?
#2
Simply Home - does this really count as a Yankee bargain?
#3
hollyvix86
Location?
Salford
#4
SausageMummy
Simply Home - does this really count as a Yankee bargain?
I don't know what Simply home is. Sorry
#5
john808
SausageMummy
Simply Home - does this really count as a Yankee bargain?
I don't know what Simply home is. Sorry

Simply Home is a basic range made by Yankee Candle and is sold in supermarkets, Homebase. etc. The range is cheaper than the normal Yankee candles and is in a basic range of fragrances and simpler packaging. I haven't used them but I assume that the fragrance perhaps isn't as intense or long-lasting......can anyone comment on that?

Edited By: Lou Scotland on Jul 15, 2014 22:29
#6
Size?
#7
OP - which candles are these (sorry, couldn't make out pic)? Little tester size are usually £1....are these this size or larger?

EDIT - If I use my commonsense and compare candles in pic against the shelf label then I think these must be the votive/tester size. Usually £1.

Edited By: Lou Scotland on Jul 15, 2014 22:33
1 Like #8
Lou Scotland
OP - which candles are these (sorry, couldn't make out pic)? Little tester size are usually £1....are these this size or larger?
they are just small sampler ones
1 Like #9
john808
Lou Scotland
OP - which candles are these (sorry, couldn't make out pic)? Little tester size are usually £1....are these this size or larger?
they are just small sampler ones

Thank you :)
3 Likes #10
I buy Yankees and the simply home Yankee candles to and they are just as good as each other. there is nothing wrong with the simply home range I picked up the lavender spa (purple one) the other day for 90p :)
3 Likes #11
I have used the simply home range a few times and I can not tell difference apart from price vanilla frosting is lovely
#12
They're testers and yes simply home do still class as Yankee candles.
4 Likes #13
my wife neve wanted to try these as she thought they would be inferior. I risked my life with a multiple purchase of these and she says they are just as good and last as long
#14
Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
1 Like #15
Did someone just namedrop their wife? Hotukd is getting awesome. Im not married but if i was my wife would be called busty long time. Hot! Yankee!
#16
Thank you OP x
#17
Where is it what size?
#18
These look like votives
1 Like #19
Lou Scotland
john808
SausageMummy
Simply Home - does this really count as a Yankee bargain?
I don't know what Simply home is. Sorry

Simply Home is a basic range made by Yankee Candle and is sold in supermarkets, Homebase. etc. The range is cheaper than the normal Yankee candles and is in a basic range of fragrances and simpler packaging. I haven't used them but I assume that the fragrance perhaps isn't as intense or long-lasting......can anyone comment on that?

The Simply Hone range are smaller in volume, and the concentration of fragrance is around 30% weaker than the official Yankee Candles. However, the difference is smell really isn't noticeable. Especially not at 90p.
#20
GrannyMurray
Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"


I got the purple one on sunday for 90p the other was not there :( or I would have got it to
#21
GrannyMurray
Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
I like rainbows
#22
john808
GrannyMurray
Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
I like rainbows

I prefer double rainbows.
#23
GrannyMurray
john808
GrannyMurray
Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
I like rainbows

I
GrannyMurray
john808
[quote=GrannyMurray] Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
I like rainbows

I prefer double rainbows.
bacteria has evolved to protein. This could help forecasters predict when it's going to rain
#24
cant find them a other crap deal
#25
debbielovesvanessa
cant find them a other crap deal
crap weekend burgers my friend
#26
john808
GrannyMurray
john808
GrannyMurray
Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
I like rainbows

I
GrannyMurray
john808
[quote=GrannyMurray] Picture not evidential enough - Could be for anything and my experience on this site tells me that people would go to many lengths to expose a so called "bargain"
I like rainbows

I prefer double rainbows.
bacteria has evolved to protein. This could help forecasters predict when it's going to rain


Huh .....
#27
john808
hollyvix86
Location?
Salford


Exactly! .. this should, & is something u should have/could have put in the 'Title' of your Product/Deal Description? (& still can too ..... ) lol. :-)
#28
amour3k
john808
hollyvix86
Location?
Salford

Exactly! .. this should, & is something u should have/could have put in the 'Title' of your Product/Deal Description? (& still can too ..... ) lol. :-)
Exactly my point, if you had mentioned this in the first place we wouldn't be where we are now, would we? :)
#29
Lou Scotland
john808
SausageMummy
Simply Home - does this really count as a Yankee bargain?
I don't know what Simply home is. Sorry

Simply Home is a basic range made by Yankee Candle and is sold in supermarkets, Homebase. etc. The range is cheaper than the normal Yankee candles and is in a basic range of fragrances and simpler packaging. I haven't used them but I assume that the fragrance perhaps isn't as intense or long-lasting......can anyone comment on that?

I use cherry vanilla from the simply home range occasionally and it's just as strong and seems to last as long as my preferred scent of black cherry.

I am going to see if they have the diffusers next time I go to a store that sells the SH range to compare those too (can no longer smell the one I have, although there is still about a third of the liquid left.

Thanks OP by the way for sharing. I had only seen this range in Asda before.

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