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Medium Xmas Yankee candles half price £5.00 in Matalan

£5.00 @ Matalan
Matalan have medium xmas Yankee candles half price at £5.00. Christmas baking Christmas treats Holiday magic Matalan have also got a bit of a sale on including lots of xmas jumpers/ cards and wr… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Matalan have medium xmas Yankee candles half price at £5.00.
Christmas baking
Christmas treats
Holiday magic
Matalan have also got a bit of a sale on including lots of xmas jumpers/ cards and wrapping paper
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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banned 2 Likes #1
How are Yankee Candle allowed to use this site as a shop window?
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juddking
How are Yankee Candle allowed to use this site as a shop window?
Yankee Candle aren't using this site (to my knowledge)
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1 Like #3
I am asking this seriously without any bad intention. Why is this yankee candle better and more-more expensive than any other fragranced candle ( like you can buy glade, ambipur, etc for £2-3) ? I have never tried it as I think to spend £10 on a candle is too much for my liking but nowadays so much post is about it. Thanks

Edited By: ohdearohdear on Dec 14, 2016 06:43
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ohdearohdear
I am asking this seriously without any bad intention. Why is this yankee candle better and more-more expensive than any other fragranced candle ( like you can buy glade, ambipur, etc for £2-3) ? I have never tried it as I think to spend £10 on a candle is too much for my liking but nowadays so much post is about it. Thanks


You won't know then until you've tried it.

You can buy 100ml bottle of aftershave from the pound shop or you could buy a bottle of Creed Aventus for £230, there's a distinct difference in the quality of the item, hence the price tags!

Edited By: dadofdaisy on Dec 14, 2016 07:15: Spelling
1 Like #5
Hot btw!
2 Likes #6
Medium Yankee candles last up to 90 hours and other brands similar size only last half as long. I have tried other cheaper brands and they've ended up in the bin as I've had them lit for hours and can't smell them. Definatley worth a try for a fiver if you've never had one :)
1 Like #7
ohdearohdear
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The burning and wick qualidee, burning time and fragrance (as leah meant ions), makes these Yankee candles worth the difference. Some of the fragrances are so sickly sweet (I preferred them before they started bringing out tons of sweet ones over here) but there are some good fragrances and a huge choice. Never ever pay full price though - they're always on sale/marked down somewhere in the land. There are many very good quality alternatives out there, too but you'll new rally not find them on sale to the extent that you will with these.


Edited By: cookiefaerie on Dec 14, 2016 07:40
1 Like #8
village candle are very good too.
7 Likes #9
Damn, saw picture & was hoping for a giant jar of peanut butter
#10
joshm
Damn, saw picture & was hoping for a giant jar of peanut butter


X)
1 Like #11
ohh might pop over the road to have a look, Yankee is my favorite, I've tried a few cheaper ones, not as good
1 Like #12
Aren't these Yankee 'Simply Home' candles? Wouldn't get too excited - a fiver is about right.
#13
Gazhenry
Aren't these Yankee 'Simply Home' candles? Wouldn't get too excited - a fiver is about right.


Is it? Saw these in home bargains and b&m yesterday for 7.99 same ones
#14
dadofdaisy
ohdearohdear
I am asking this seriously without any bad intention. Why is this yankee candle better and more-more expensive than any other fragranced candle ( like you can buy glade, ambipur, etc for £2-3) ? I have never tried it as I think to spend £10 on a candle is too much for my liking but nowadays so much post is about it. Thanks


You won't know then until you've tried it.

You can buy 100ml bottle of aftershave from the pound shop or you could buy a bottle of Creed Aventus for £230, there's a distinct difference in the quality of the item, hence the price tags!


They've got quirky names too
1 Like #15
ohdearohdear
I am asking this seriously without any bad intention. Why is this yankee candle better and more-more expensive than any other fragranced candle ( like you can buy glade, ambipur, etc for £2-3) ? I have never tried it as I think to spend £10 on a candle is too much for my liking but nowadays so much post is about it. Thanks


The same goes for a lot of things these days though doesn't it? Not just candles. You can buy a plain t shirt for £5 and then a plain t shirt with a small designer embed on for £80 just because of the name. Some people like more expensive brands and some like the cheaper version. Also the main thing in candles is Parrafin oil, and the scented candles release toxins in the air that can be as harmful as second hand smoke from a cigarette, the toxins are called toulene and benzene. Benzene is linked to cancer and toluene can affect the nervous system. So maybe the cheaper candles are higher in toxins and home pollution. That's a maybe. I wouldn't ever tell people what to do with candles but it's always good to share a bit of what you have learned and let them take it from their :{
1 Like #16
Heat added too because it's a good price :)
#17
Gazhenry
Aren't these Yankee 'Simply Home' candles? Wouldn't get too excited - a fiver is about right.

that is correct these are the ones tkmaxx, B&M ect are all getting as they want these gone for the new home inspirations that tesco & sainsburys ect have
#18
leah1985
Gazhenry
Aren't these Yankee 'Simply Home' candles? Wouldn't get too excited - a fiver is about right.
Is it? Saw these in home bargains and b&m yesterday for 7.99 same ones
Fair enough - I saw them recently in my local B&M for £4.99 - but maybe they were just clearing out and it's a good price then - As long as people are aware that they're not the regular versions before buying! Heat added :-)
#19
None in Darlington. Sold out before they went half price.
1 Like #20
You tried online? I ordered mine online
#21
heat

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