The new Yankee Candle Halloween collection is scary good

You can just fill our trick-or-treat bags with one of everything, thanks!

Yankee Candle Halloween 2022 collection two candles and a skeleton hand candle holder on a purple and green background
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Spooky season will be here faster than you can scream "eek," and the Yankee Candle Halloween 2022 collection is the perfect way to ring in the frightening festivities. 

Some of the best scented candles include a splash of Witches' Brew and a generous helping of cider, if you ask us. Fortunately for those who are already in an autumn state of mind, the brand's lineup of goodies not only includes new fragrances, but fun accessories to add a pop of hygge and horror to your home. 

Ready to take a peek? You don't have to tell us twice!  

Yankee Candle Halloween 2022 collection

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Sure to be added to the list of best Yankee Candle scents, the new Halloween lineup for 2022 (opens in new tab) includes Mystic Moon, Witches' Brew, Spooky Spider Cider, Haunted Hayride and Jack O'Lantern. This year, there will also be three-wick candles available in all of the spooky fragrances. 

Oh, did we mention there's a buy-one, get-one half off deal on large jars and tumblers? *Adds to cart*

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Yankee Candle Witches' Brew
RRP:
$31

Enjoy a splash of warm, woody scents: clove, cinnamon, jasmine and vanilla—certainly the best brew this side of Halloweentown. 


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Yankee Candle Spooky Spider Cider
RRP:
$31

With hints of cinnamon rolls, cardamom, clove and stewed apples, you'll want a second helping of this spooky cider!


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Yankee Candle Haunted Hayride
RRP:
$31

All aboard the hayride! Even the fraidy cats among us will be anxious to take in nodes of charcoal accord, orange zest, vanilla and fir needles. 


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Yankee Candle Jack O' Lantern
RRP:
$31

Pumpkin spice, hazelnut, vanilla and maple sugar, among other scents, all blend together perfectly, so carve out a special spot in your abode to keep this baby. 


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Yankee Candle Mystic Moon
RRP:
$31

Perfect for the next full moon (opens in new tab), this scent blends apple, berry, violet leaf, jasmine and amber, among other scents, for a delightfully soothing experience. 



As if the lineup of scents wasn't enough, the new Phantasmagoria Collection provides a delightfully wicked skeletal aesthetic by way of candle holders and jar toppers.   

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Yankee Candle Phantasmagoria Lantern
RRP:
$25

A creepy yet elegant way to display your tea light candle, this lantern is Beauty and The Beast meets The Nightmare Before Christmas. 


Last but not least, the Boney Bunch (opens in new tab) is turning 15 this year, and to celebrate you'll need to stock up on those adorable candy dishes, candle holders and other knickknacks for the Halloween season. 

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Yankee Candle Boney Bunch Celebrations Pumpkin
RRP:
$25

Stoneware to store your jar candles—with a pumpkin twist!


While on a shopping spree, do be sure to have a look at the new Yankee Candle fall scents for a touch of pumpkin spice and everything nice! See you at checkout. 

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos and honed in on astrology coverage within the Life vertical. She's partial to writing pieces about the next big TV obsession—anyone else impatiently waiting for "Conversations with Friends"—and keeping you up to date on new trends like the latest must-have from Zara. 


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


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