Here’s How to Make This Bath & Body Works Coupon Even Better

October 7, 2016
by Jamie Cattanach
Staff Writer
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I have a friend who has about 10 different hand sanitizers from Bath & Body Works. She couldn’t pick just one scent!

If you’re like her — and if you act fast — this post might just make your weekend.

Through Oct. 10, Bath & Body Works is offering $10 off any purchase of $30 or more when you present this coupon in stores, or use code “ITSHERE” online.

So you can outfit yourself with a delicious classic (can you say moonlight path?) and try one of the new, perfectly seasonal fall scents.

Because although I’m not a PSL kind of girl, even I have to admit pumpkin marshmallow latte sounds like a total thing when it comes to bathtime. And look how cute!

You could also get two of the company’s three-wick candles — which they brand “the world’s best” — for the price of one, in case you’d rather not wear your scent.

How to Save Money at Bath & Body Works This Weekend

If you want to do even better than $10 off, you’re in luck.

We’ve got lots of ways to help you save at your favorite smell-good store — 10 of them, in fact!

As with any purchase you can make online, this offer is ripe for deal-stacking. (For the uninitiated, that means using tricks like shopping through a cash-back portal or buying a discounted gift card first. We have a whole beginner’s guide to deal-stacking!)

Though at the time this post was written, only two gift cards were available on Raise — and both were for significantly higher denominations than $30 — it’s a good option to check. You could also shop through an online portal like Ebates to earn 1% cash back.

Whether you buy a gift card or just go straight to the store, be sure to use your cash-back rewards credit card to earn a little bit back on every dollar you spend.

Whatever you do, if you’re B&BW-obsessed, hurry: The deal ends on Monday, Oct. 10.

As if you needed more convincing.

Your Turn: What’s your go-to Bath & Body Works scent: warm vanilla sugar or sweet pea?

Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. We’re letting you know because it’s what Honest Abe would do. After all, he is on our favorite coin.

Jamie Cattanach is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. Her writing has also been featured at The Write Life, Word Riot, Nashville Review and elsewhere. Find @JamieCattanach on Twitter to wave hello.

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