Calling all candle lovers! The Yankee Candle semi-annual sale is here, and prices are up to 70% off

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Now that Christmas has come and gone, you can finally treat yourself! The after-Christmas sales are going strong, and they’re the perfect place to spend those gift cards or buy yourself what you really wanted this holiday season.

If your relaxing-at-home routine isn’t complete without a delightfully scented candle, then get to Yankee Candle ASAP. Right now, the retailer’s semi-annual sale is going strong, and prices on top candle fragrances of all sizes are up to 70% off.

Yes, Yankee Candle has sales throughout the year, but make no mistake: The semi-annual sale is among the best. It’s one of the rare times that prices on popular items like Original Large Jar Candles and Well Living Large Candles are this low. Of course, you should use the Yankee Candle semi-annual sale as an opportunity to stock up for yourself, but it’s not a bad idea to buy a bunch of candles to give as gifts throughout the year. The prices are just too good to resist!

Kitchen Spice, $12.40 (Orig. $31)

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Relaxing Orchid & Vanilla, $12.50 (Orig. $25)

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Sea Minerals, $5.60 (Orig. $14)

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Lemon Lavender, $9.20 (Orig. $23)

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Desert Flora, $6.40 (Orig. $16)

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