Spring is in the air, and its time to make everything smell better, and nothing beats saving money with Air Wick Coupons, and this year Air Wick has the same coupons available to print, including the Air Wick Essential mist Coupon

New Air Wick Coupons

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3 New Air wick Coupons to choose from the last time printed coupons were offered:

  • Save $2.00 on the purchase of any Air Wick Scented Oil Starter kits
  • Save $2.00 on purchasing any Botanica by Air Wick Scented Oil Starter kits.
  • Save $ 4.00 on the Purchase of Any Air Wick Essential Mist® Starter Kits.

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    About Air Wicks Changing Color Candles

    Once lit, the Colour Changing Candles will transform a soft glow that illuminates through the wax and create a rainbow effect.

    Scents Available

    • Apple Cinnamon Medley
    • Crackling Fire & Log Cabin
    • Fresh Snow & Sleigh Bells
    • Lavender & Chamomile
    • Vanilla Indulgence
    • Vanilla & Sugar Cookies
    • Warm Apple Pie
    • Apple Cinnamon Medley – Black Edition
    • Lavender & Chamomile – Black Edition
    • Vanilla Indulgence – Black Edition
    • Vanilla Sugar Cookie – Black Edition
    • Warm Apple Pie – Black Edition

    I Love Air Wick products – Especially their Fresh o Matic – the auto sprayer – which is perfect for any boot room or where ever you want a dab of your favourite spray scent.

    Air Wick has so many different products out to help keep your home smelling fresh – everything from plugins to oil diffusers, other sprays etc. Not to mention the variety of fragrances you can choose from.

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    What air fresheners do you use?

    I also love some of the candles they offer: And to be honest, I have yet to buy a colour-changing one – I’m just too cheap to spend the additional dollars compared to ordinary scent candles.