How To Save at Bath and Body Works

I try very hard not to get sucked into the smells, sights and sounds when I walk into a store.    I know how stores try to create the PERFECT shopping environment and I am determined to be strong and not cave.

This resolve completely disappears when I walk into a Bath and Body Works.

The stores are so pretty and they smell yummy without being overwhelming (a la Yankee Candle).  There are red SALE signs everywhere and yet I rarely just stumble across fantastic deals.  There is a science to snagging a truly good deal at Bath and Body Works!

Here are my tips:

1.  Share Your E-mail: Every time I check out at Bath and Body Works they ask me for my e-mail address and I ALWAYS give it to them (you can give them your couponing e-mail address).  You WILL get an e-mail from them every single day (be warned) but they also send out great coupons!

2.  Facebook: There are only a few companies that I recommend you permanently “like” on Facebook but Bath and Body works is one of them.  Whenever they release a new scent they generally put a coupon for a small free item on their wall.  They also warn you about sales like their semi-annual through social media!

3.  Take the Surveys:  Most of the time when you shop at Bath and Body Works you will get a survey offer on the bottom of your receipt- even when you only make a small purchase.  Once you call (or go online) and complete the survey they will give you a coupon code.  Generally it is $10 off of $30.

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