What to expect from Bath and Body Works December 26 semi-annual sale

Jessica Hamilton December 26, 2022
What to expect from Bath and Body Works December 26 semi-annual sale
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Christmas is over, but the festive deals still continue. This year Bath and Body Works annual December 26 sale is offering some fantastic bargains. 

If you weren’t satisfied with your Christmas presents, or want to get well ahead of presents next year. Head over to the store quickly to make sure you don’t miss out.  

Here is everything you need to know about the Bath and Body Works Sale. 

When is the Bath and Body Works sale?

Bath and Body Works semi-annual sale begins on December 26, customers are in for a treat as the store is offering great deals already. 

Shoppers can get up to 75% off on select sale items, in store or on the Bath and Body Works website. 

The sale is expected to last until the items are out of stock, so make sure to head over soon before the shelves empty. 

Bath and Body Works December 26 deals 

The retailer is offering low prices on most items, anything from body care to accessories you can find in store and online. 

The price of candles has reduced massively, a 3-wick candle which would normally set you back $26.50 is now just $10.95.

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Bath and Body Works have gone all out this year, for example a blanket retailed at $59.95 is now just $20.

If you can’t purchase items on December 16 in person, you can choose to pick up in store at a later date via the stores website.

How to get the best sale deals 

To get even better deals at Bath and Body works you can join as a rewards member. All new members get $10 off any $30 purchase. 

If you join as a VIP you can also be notified of the latest news and offers by Bath and Body Works. Similarly, you can download the store’s apps to get the first look at top-secret deals. 

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Jessica Hamilton is a freelance writer for HITC entertainment and has contributed to several sights across GRV media. She is currently on the MA journalism course at Kingston University and is working towards the NCTJ gold standard diploma which she will receive in April. Jessica has had years of experience writing and, like any young journalist, is keen to gain more. Currently residing in London, she is the editor of the Kingston Courier and has even court-reported at the Old Bailey.