Yankee candles 3 for 2 large £14 medium £10 Instore  Tesco
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Yankee candles 3 for 2 large £14 medium £10 Instore Tesco

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Found 23rd Nov
Not sure is it every store but went in to Pitsea Tesco and saw 3 for 2 on Yankee candles perfect for gift/ Christmas

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World1 h, 31 m ago

Home Inspiration is a subbranch of Yankee Candle I believe, never tried …Home Inspiration is a subbranch of Yankee Candle I believe, never tried them myself


Yes they are. They are a cheaper candle produced by Yankee candle and sold in super markets (Tesco and Asda mainly).
most people are convinced that they are cheaper as Yankee put less fragrance oil in them but Yankee deny this claim. Yankee say the cheaper price point is down to having less wax in the jars (HI large jars are 538g 100-125 hour burn time compared to Yankee large jars 623g 150-165 hours burn time. HI medium jars are 340g 50-65 hours burn time compared yanke candle 411g 65-90 hours burn time). also the jars are a cheaper glass jar made in China compared to the standard house warmer jars that are made in the USA.
ive burned quite a few of them in the past and their performance has been pretty good and just as good as a standard Yankee Candle.
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You must have missed the boots Yankee candle glitch earlier on...

Original Poster

Yeah I saw it early on but was at work so couldn’t buy any I needed to get some for a gift can’t complain really with 3 for 2 would of been better if they had more options but never mind!

Proper yankee candles, or the rubbish home inspiration ones?

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spiderbifida7 m ago

Proper yankee candles, or the rubbish home inspiration ones?

Well this is awkward, it is the home inspiration ones ? I thought the logo wasn’t right? Is there much difference got one on at the moment doesn’t smell to bad ?

DnbTse4 m ago

Well this is awkward, it is the home inspiration ones ? I thought the …Well this is awkward, it is the home inspiration ones ? I thought the logo wasn’t right? Is there much difference got one on at the moment smells lovely


I think they smell nice but they just don't last as long, they stop smelling they seem to be half the quality. Don't be too gutted they still smell good
Edited by: "LeahsMintytoutou" 23rd Nov

Original Poster

Ahh fair enough! Cheap for a reason I guess still a good price though I guess!

I was checking these out in my local Tesco today and it seems Yankee candle are repackaging fragrances and adding them to the Home inspiration range. From the ones I checked out today here is what I noticed :-

HI frosty winter morning = November rain
HI Sparkling holiday = All is bright
HI oh Christmas tree = Balsam & Cedar
HI Candy cane forest = North Pole
HI iced almond cookies = snowflake cookies

as to if the fragrance intensity is the same as the full Yankee jars I can’t say as I’ve not burned any of these repackaged fragrance but I do know on cold they all seem as strong as the original jars.
The ones I’ve burned in the past have been as strong as any Yankee I’ve burned and I can also say I’ve had issues with full Yankee jars not throwing at all so the performance issue thing works both ways.
the new HI labels do now quote fragrance in every burn and the melt say now with more fragrance so it looks like Yankee have took steps to remedy everyone’s fears of them using less fragrance in the HI jars

Home Inspiration is a subbranch of Yankee Candle I believe, never tried them myself

World1 h, 31 m ago

Home Inspiration is a subbranch of Yankee Candle I believe, never tried …Home Inspiration is a subbranch of Yankee Candle I believe, never tried them myself


Yes they are. They are a cheaper candle produced by Yankee candle and sold in super markets (Tesco and Asda mainly).
most people are convinced that they are cheaper as Yankee put less fragrance oil in them but Yankee deny this claim. Yankee say the cheaper price point is down to having less wax in the jars (HI large jars are 538g 100-125 hour burn time compared to Yankee large jars 623g 150-165 hours burn time. HI medium jars are 340g 50-65 hours burn time compared yanke candle 411g 65-90 hours burn time). also the jars are a cheaper glass jar made in China compared to the standard house warmer jars that are made in the USA.
ive burned quite a few of them in the past and their performance has been pretty good and just as good as a standard Yankee Candle.

joffa813 m ago

Yes they are. They are a cheaper candle produced by Yankee candle and sold …Yes they are. They are a cheaper candle produced by Yankee candle and sold in super markets (Tesco and Asda mainly). most people are convinced that they are cheaper as Yankee put less fragrance oil in them but Yankee deny this claim. Yankee say the cheaper price point is down to having less wax in the jars (HI large jars are 538g 100-125 hour burn time compared to Yankee large jars 623g 150-165 hours burn time. HI medium jars are 340g 50-65 hours burn time compared yanke candle 411g 65-90 hours burn time). also the jars are a cheaper glass jar made in China compared to the standard house warmer jars that are made in the USA.ive burned quite a few of them in the past and their performance has been pretty good and just as good as a standard Yankee Candle.


I appreciate the really informative reply, I really didn’t know any of that but being a fan on these candles it’s good to know the actual differences!

As the peeps have rightly mentioned the reasons above. I wouldn’t go mad at these prices!!
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