BBWI Stock Climbs as Bath & Body Works Candle Day Sale Kicks Off


  • Bath & Body Works (BBWI) stock is rising thanks to its annual Candle Day sale.
  • The company is selling three-wick candles for about $10.
  • That’s the lowest price in years in what BBWI calls “pre-pandemic pricing.”
BBWI Stock. Several women walk past a Bath & Body Works retail store.

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Bath & Body Works (NYSE:BBWI) stock is rising higher on Friday as the retail company starts its annual Candle Day sale.

Members of Bath & Body Works’ loyalty program got an early start when the Candle Day sale started late on Thursday. However, the sale opened up to the public today and will last through Saturday, so long as supplies last.

Bath & Body Works often sells out of candles during the event and this time around will likely be no different. That’s due to it offering three-wick candles for $9.95, which it calls “pre-pandemic” pricing. These types of candles haven’t been that cheap since 2020.

Why This Matters for BBWI Stock

Bath & Body Works looks to be drawing in a huge crowd for holiday shopping as customers load up on presents for family and friends. This latest sale builds on an already successful Black Friday and Cyber Monday for the retailer.

If all goes well, BBWI stock investors will likely be celebrating when the company releases its holiday earnings report. That would be a welcome change from the rest of the year, which has seen inflation weigh on retailers.

BBWI stock is up 2.6% as of Friday afternoon but still down 36.2% since the start of the year.

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