I love scented candles and how the scents fill my house and transform my moods! I was very excited to discover Prize Candles! They are all natural soy wax candles in fragrances that will enhance your environment with the added bonus of a prize in every candle! What lady doesn't like a little bling as bonus?
Prize Candle sent me out their French Brulee scented candle and I could smell it through the Fedex delivery box! It is a very warm caramel-vanilla scented candle! Of course I burned the candle as soon as I was home and within just a few short hours, my "prize" was visible (no I did not dig it out as I have in the past with surprise candles). To remove my prize I used tweezers so I didn't burn myself and after quickly unwrapping the protective packaging - my ring was revealed and it was beautiful and sparkly!!
And what I love with Prize Candles vs some other competitor candles is that there is a paper with a code on it that comes with your prize. Enter the code on Prize Candle's website and you will find out the value of your prize - no guessing/wondering if it is worth $10 to $5,000!!!
Now through August 30, you can order your own Prize Candle and get a 10% discount by mentioning this special code only for Coupon Savvy Sarah readers: SAVVY10
These candles make amazing gifts for birthdays, Christmas, weddings or even house warming parties! If you place an order - don't forget to use your 10% off code and comment below on this post which scents you ordered!! I hope you like the candles as much as I love mine!
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