Asda are selling Yankee Candles for just 10p - for a limited time only

Now that the weather is cooling down, we can't wait to snuggle up in our comfy clothes on the sofa, surrounded by candles and hot drinks.

And perhaps the most popular candle brand out there at the moment are the famous Yankee Candles, sold all over the UK.

With a huge range of scents, there a staple in homes across the nation. And if you're a fan, you'll likely be very interested in to hear this piece of news...

According to The Sun, Asda are selling their samplers votive Yankee Candles for the bargain price of 10p, as part of a limited time offer.

Yankee Candles

Available on a few selected scents only, the supermarket are clearing stock - explaining why the candles are now so affordable.

The offer was spotted on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, and the post has proven very popular, winning a huge amount of likes and shares.

Yankee's votive candles are one of their smaller sizes and don't come in their own jar - but they are larger than their tea light candles.

According to the Yankee Candle website, the candles, although smaller, have a brilliant burn time.

Customers can expect their votive candle to burn for up to 15 hours - a brilliant guess for a candle that may cost you as little as 10p.

Usually, the candles sell for £1.89 each, meaning this offer gives you a huge £1.79 off of the original price.

The exciting sale also extends to many of Yankee Candle's gift sets, which are on sale for £9 down from £12.

Scents in many of the gift sets include Apple Pomegranate, Honeysuckle, Cherry Vanilla, and White Jasmine and Vanilla.

Yankee Candles

Sadly, Asda's offer is not available online, so shoppers will have to head in-store if they want to get their hands on the cut-price scents.

However, we'd advise going quickly as these candles are sure to sell out fast!

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on