Calling all fans of fall fragrances! One of the best parts of autumn is all the fantastic scents, like pumpkin pie and baked apples. At Bath & Body Works, they have made it easy for us to enjoy all these cozy smells by offering a wide range of fall-scented candles, soaps, lotions, and fragrances. Right now is the perfect time to stock up on all your fall favourites at the Bath & Body Works Canada Fall Sale. As part of the deal, you can save up to 50% on candles, soaps, and tons more.

There are just so many amazing fall products that we can't get enough of, like marshmallow pumpkin latte soap, flannel scented candles, and sugar cookies hand soap. So, stop everything (if you can) and head to your nearest Bath & Body Works store because their sale on fall products is on until November 3, 2019.

There is no better time to shop for all your favourite fall products, so make sure to fill up your shopping cart with half-priced candles, lotions, soaps, and more before all the fall-scented products are gone. The Bath & Body Works Canada Fall Sale is applicable to select items in-store only. Don't wait too long, because your favourites could just fly off the shelves before November 3.

The selection of products on sale may vary by location, so if your favourite fall product isn't on sale, try heading to another store. The deal cannot be applied to previous purchases and is only available while supplies last.

At their stores, you can also take advantage of several other promotions that Bath & Body Works has on. Until October 26, 2019, you can buy three body care products and get another three free, or get six hand soaps for only $22, or even get five wallflowers fragrance refills for just $25.

It is time to stock up on all the fall scents for your home. To find your nearest Bath & Body Works, head to the Canadian website for a full list of store locations.

Bath & Body Works Fall Sale

Sale Price: Up to 50% off

Why You Need It: You can get your favourite fall products for up to half off.

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