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Saje - up to 40% off sale

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“ We grew a bit too much of some of our favourites. Enjoy up to 40% off select items, this weekend only.”

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Anyone able to compare this to their BF or Boxing Day sales? Wondering if there are more discounts to be had for diffusers if I wait!
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Right now is a good time to get the diffusers as the price is really good on them.
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Dont over pay for this nonsense. So many diffusers on amazon, London drugs, Walmart for a lot less. Don't pay over $30. Even at 40% saje is overpriced
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Any good recommendations. Hoping to jump on the Saje bandwagon for my home office.
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micromen wrote: Dont over pay for this nonsense. So many diffusers on amazon, London drugs, Walmart for a lot less. Don't pay over $30. Even at 40% saje is overpriced
I'm not a client of this stuff, just wanted to pop in to say that it's a little unfair to call this nonsense when you can purchase cheaper at walmart etc.
They're a local, Canadian-owned business with retail locations still operating in a tough market. Also discounts the service, warranty, etc you could get at a local store vs a big-box retailer that literally gives no shits at the return counter. I mean, one could probably get a functional diffuser on aliexpress for cents on the dollar too, but thats not exactly a fair comparison.
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micromen wrote: Dont over pay for this nonsense. So many diffusers on amazon, London drugs, Walmart for a lot less. Don't pay over $30. Even at 40% saje is overpriced
Saje is pricier, no doubt. We have 2 Saje diffusers, 1 no-brand diffuser, lots of saje diffusing oils and lots of no-brand diffusing oils. Saje oils smells are way better than the generic essential oils you buy off amazon.
That being said, yes they are overpriced lol. The sale helps a bit.
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farkaland wrote: Saje is pricier, no doubt. We have 2 Saje diffusers, 1 no-brand diffuser, lots of saje diffusing oils and lots of no-brand diffusing oils. Saje oils smells are way better than the generic essential oils you buy off amazon.
That being said, yes they are overpriced lol. The sale helps a bit.
I own 3 sage diffusers. I also own 4 diffusers that I bought from amazon. I am a diffuseraholic. Both of them more or less operate the same. The oils on the other hand are a different story. If you look on the back of the diffuser blends that sage sells, they are a mix of a bunch of diffusers that can be bought on amazon. For example, the celebrate diffuser blend - i tested by combining all the oils (ingredients can be found behind the bottles)i bought from amazon. Put one drop each into the diffuser and almost got the same smell (had 1 or 2 ingredients missing) yes its a little bit of a hassle but heck you can get the oils wayyyy cheaper at amazon. For the price of 2 sage bottles at regular price you can get a lot more from amazon. So yes sage is a little bit expensive and I have stopped buying the oils from them. I do tend to like the amazon diffusers as well because they have a built in night light as well. I am all for supporting local Canadian business but sage oils are a rip off to be honest. I'll add photos later
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I picked up some Christmas gifts - thanks OP!
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NabeelS182 wrote: I own 3 sage diffusers. I also own 4 diffusers that I bought from amazon. I am a diffuseraholic. Both of them more or less operate the same. The oils on the other hand are a different story. If you look on the back of the diffuser blends that sage sells, they are a mix of a bunch of diffusers that can be bought on amazon. For example, the celebrate diffuser blend - i tested by combining all the oils (ingredients can be found behind the bottles)i bought from amazon. Put one drop each into the diffuser and almost got the same smell (had 1 or 2 ingredients missing) yes its a little bit of a hassle but heck you can get the oils wayyyy cheaper at amazon. For the price of 2 sage bottles at regular price you can get a lot more from amazon. So yes sage is a little bit expensive and I have stopped buying the oils from them. I do tend to like the amazon diffusers as well because they have a built in night light as well. I am all for supporting local Canadian business but sage oils are a rip off to be honest. I'll add photos later
Can you post links of amazon oils you recommend?
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DragonRider wrote: I recommend this from Amazon.
Smells awesome at much cheaper price, especially now with the $10 off coupon.
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07RFPDRF1/


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Yeah I question the quality that you’re getting for that price. Also the other set from the same brand (https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B07GC1M61 ... JlZGlyZWN0) has some pretty bad reviews about the quality and authenticity of how pure the oils are. Sometimes you really do get what you pay for...
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And for those who don’t know: Saje offers a LIFETIME warranty on all their diffusers. If yours stops working for any reason, they will replace it (you don’t even need proof of purchase). Can’t beat that. And all their blends are amazing. Most importantly, I feel comfortable diffusing their oils around my family and trust their integrity when it comes to quality. Love their hand soaps too!
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Holy cow they bumped up the price for Sandalwood 100% PURE 5 ML ESSENTIAL OIL more than twice. I paid $44 last Nov.
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libulan wrote: Yes, you can pay $30 for an Amazon/London Drugs/Walmart diffuser that will probably fail after a few years. Or, you can wait for a decent sale like this, pay a little extra for a Saje diffuser, and have it pay itself off through the lifetime warranty. I have a few Amazon diffusers and all of them failed on me - each company didn't care. Saje will either repair it or replace it, no receipt needed. I even found an old Saje diffuser at work that was being thrown out, took it to the store, repaired it, and brought it home.
lol pay itself off.... 🤡

I've had one from Amazon for like 25 bucks and it's been going strong for 5 years already.
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TeriyakiJack wrote: I'm not a client of this stuff, just wanted to pop in to say that it's a little unfair to call this nonsense when you can purchase cheaper at walmart etc.
They're a local, Canadian-owned business with retail locations still operating in a tough market. Also discounts the service, warranty, etc you could get at a local store vs a big-box retailer that literally gives no shits at the return counter. I mean, one could probably get a functional diffuser on aliexpress for cents on the dollar too, but thats not exactly a fair comparison.
They are a canadian owned company but are their products made in Canada?
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I think in January or February the last few years they have 30% or 40% off everything I always wait until then to buy my Saje products unless I find good stuff during these random clearout sales
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nicolascon wrote: They are a canadian owned company but are their products made in Canada?
Name one company that is...

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