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$10 Off $35 Yankee Candle Coupon, Exp. 1/18

by Tara Kuczykowski on January 5, 2010 · 6 comments

There's a great new $10/$35 Yankee Candle purchase coupon available. It's valid on sale items, so go stock up on all your favorite holiday scents and pack them away for next year!

You'll be so glad you did when you have the satisfaction of opening those wonderfully scented totes and knowing you saved a bundle on them.

Exp. 1/18/09.

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1 Susan January 5, 2010 at 1:58 pm

DealseekingMom,

I HOPE it's O.K. , but I just HAD to share the Yankee Candle coupon offer... So I linked it to my blog.

If it isn't O.K. with you, just tell me and I'll take it off.

Thank You!!!

And thank you for sharing the copon offer. I love Yankee Candles! ( Home Sweet Home )

Susan
myhookandI.blogspot.com

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2 Tara Kuczykowski January 5, 2010 at 3:40 pm

Of course you can share, Susan! Thanks for helping me spread the word.

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3 Cassie January 5, 2010 at 8:46 pm

Just to let you know the Yankee Candle in my area would not accept this coupon on the clearance candles after x-mas, they claimed that the coupn is not valid on prmotions although the coupon does not say that.

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4 Tara Kuczykowski January 5, 2010 at 10:02 pm

That's strange considering the email that it came in encouraged using it on sale items.

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5 Leslie January 6, 2010 at 1:31 pm

My local shop in North Dakota also would not take it on Christmas sale items. They said it was a new corporate policy.

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6 Tracy January 10, 2010 at 11:43 am

Our store in Chesapeake, VA has had so many policy changes recently, I refuse to shop there anymore. First, they told me that the company decided to allow their coupons to be used for up to six months past the due date. I was thrilled! I loaded up on votives (tons of votive holders in my home) and watched my stock dwindle, getting my coupon ready to go again. I stood in line for 20 minutes around Christmas, only to be told that the company decided NOT to keep that decision, but they'd be sending coupons out more often. I was really upset, returned my candles to their shelves, and left. At the next sale, they were announcing $1 votives again, so once again, I stood in line with my children, only to be told that there were only about 4 scents that price qualified for. Nevermind that the employee did NOT tell me this when asked originally. This time, I left my purchase on the counter. I spent an average of $30 a month there in candles. Never again will I shop there.

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