Shoppers are loving a Home Bargains £2.99 wax melt advent calendar with a new festive melt for the 12 days of Christmas – The Sun
THERE'S nothing we love more than lighting a wax melt and enjoying the lush scent as it fills our home.
With winter right around the corner, festive scents have already started hitting the shelves, including a wax melt advent calendar sold in Home Bargains.
What's more, the bargain product is currently on sale for just £2.99.
One shopper noticed the cheap calendar when she was shopping in her local Home Bargains and rushed to tell others about her find on social media.
Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one shopper proudly shared snaps of the nifty calendar, writing: "12 Days of Christmas wax melt book/calendar – £2.99 in Home Bargains."
It wasn't long before her post racked up 410 likes and dozens of comments as people alerted friends to the bargain buy.
According to the Home Bargains website, the calendar contains a multitude of scents including cinnamon and nutmeg, mulled wine, wood fire and sugar plum.
The calendar features 12 different melts in range of festive shades of green, red and white.
People are rushing out to snap up the calendars before they sell out, with one woman commenting, "Need a trip to Home Bargains now!"
A second tagged a pal, writing, "I think I need these!"
One person who was tagged responded to her friend, saying, "That's really sweet, I don't think it'll burn in one day though."
Her friend came up with a genius suggestion, pointing out they could burn a new scent every other day instead, allowing the calendar to last longer.
In other festive news, one woman revealed her ultra-prepared Christmas plans, including £1.5k spent stockpiling prezzies and food.
Elsewhere, Mrs Hinch showed off a massive Home Bargains haul with alphabet bath fizzers & Christmas tree decorations for just 99p each.
Plus, we previously brought you the story about the stockpilers who, during the first lockdown, protected huge hauls with everything from BB guns to chainsaws.
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