Jackpot Candles Review + Giveaway

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It is hurt your face cold in Georgia. Like it's 3 o'clock in the afternoon and it's 20 degrees outsides. TWO. OH. Ok so all you Northerners are laughing at me but come on people! This is Georgia! Thank goodness I received this wonderfully smelling Jackpot candle in the mail just in time to warm up on this blistery cold day. Not only that but I have the pleasure of giving one away to one of my awesome readers! 

The neat thing about Jackpot candles are not only do they smell great (and really are a decent sized candle) but each candle has a piece of jewelry inside that is worth anywhere from $15 to $5,000! Another neat thing about this company is that they are family owned and operated and all their 100% soy candles are produced in Buffalo, NY.  You have to burn the candle half way down to retrieve your ring and determine its value! If that doesn't encourage you to burn a candle I don't know what will. I mean how fun?

I burned mine for several hours last night but still have a long ways to go before I found out what the value of my ring is...the good news is my house smells wonderful and it makes this blistery cold day seem not as cold! :)  
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10 comments

  1. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. I'm definitely for Sweet Pea -Thanks!

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  2. I think that I would like the Birthday Cake scent - yum!

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  3. I would choose Jack Frost or my all time favorite scent cucumber melon.

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  4. I would love the lilac scented candle. They're my favorite scented flower. ( BTW, love your party idea pinterest board - some really sweet ideas.)

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  5. Nice work. Best wishes, Linda Crafts a la Mode

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  6. I would love that Banana Nut candle. I love the smell of banana bread.

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  7. I bet that smells delicious! Thanks for sharing on Best of the Blogosphere

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  8. Oh I would love the Cherry Blast Jewelry Candle! Although they all sound so wonderful!

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  9. I think cucumber melon would be lovely. This is a lot like jewelry in candles, how cool!

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