Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Prize Candle Review and Discount Code

Disclosure - free sample provided.

Do you love burning candles?  I definitely do.  They always make the house smell amazing.  Do you also love jewelry?  I do too!  What would you say if I said now you can have both?  I want to introduce you to Prize Candle.  A Prize Candle is a wonderful smelling candle, but it has a jewelry prize in it.  This is so much fun.  It's a great gift to yourself, but also for anyone that loves candles. 

A Prize Candle is a beautiful jar style candle that has a piece of jewelry hidden in it.  These candles have a prize inside that is valued anywhere from $10 up to $5000.  The fun part is that you can even use your special code on their website and find out how much your prize is worth.  The process of retrieving the prize out of the candle is very easy too.  You light your candle and burn it until you can see the prize.  You put the candle out and then remove the prize with a tweezers.  The prize is wrapped up and you simply take it out of the package.  I really had fun doing this.

I received a Lavender Citrus Prize Candle.  I love lavender and I think this candle smells amazing.  It is very fragrant, but not overpowering in scent.  The candle I received had a beautiful $25 gold band with green stones in it.  I love the ring.  I still burn my candle too.  The candle can still be used once the prize is retrieved.  These candles come in other great fragrances like Mulled Wine, Mountain Sage, Red Currant and more.  What fragrance would you want to try?

You can currently save 10% on your Prize Candle purchase by using the code LISA10.  The code is valid until the 6th of October.  This would make a great gift too with the holidays coming up.

You can learn more about Prize Candle by visiting their website.  You can purchase these candles directly from their website for $24.99.  You can also connect with Prize Candle on FacebookTwitter, and Pinterest.

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.  

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