Discontinued Scentsy Warmers: Where to Buy Them

Today, I want to take a few minutes and educate you about WHERE to find and buy discontinued Scentsy warmers.

Scentsy is a great company with a great product line.

They are always introducing new products.

Most of the popular products stick around for a while.

On the other hand, some products are discontinued and go away.

If you have a favorite Scentsy product that has been discontinued, don’t give up hope.

There are still plenty of places online where you can find what you are looking for.

Listed below are some of the best places to buy discontinued Scentsy warmers.

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Learn where to buy discontinued Scentsy warmers.

1. Amazon: Amazon has lots of Scentsy products for sale and typically at a fair price.

Do a quick search and see what you can find.

If you’re looking for a discontinued Scentsy product, there’s a good chance someone has one for sale on Amazon.

2. eBay: eBay has a huge variety of discontinued Scentsy products.

I just did a search and found more than 400 discontinued Scentsy warmers on eBay.

Even though consultants are not supposed to sell stuff online, they do anyway.

You can check eBay and probably find exactly what you are looking for within a few minutes.

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3. Your Local Distributor: Contact several local distributors to see if any of them have of the discontinued Scentsy warmers left in stock.

You can do an Internet search for “your town + Scentsy Consultant” and see what you find.

You can also check the Yellow Pages or call the company to find a local consultant.

4. The Company Website: Give the company a call to see if they have any more discontinued items in stock.

Sometimes they do.

Even if the item is discontinued, they might have a few left in inventory that they want to get rid of.

You will never know if you don’t ask.

5. Craigslist: You can find just about anything imaginable on Craigslist.

Do a quick search in your local area to see if you can find any discontinued Scentsy products on Craigslist.

Start by searching locally and then expand your search.

Bonus Tip: Another place to buy discontinued Scentsy products is at your local flea market or craft show.

Visit any of these venues and you are bound to find at least one current/former Scentsy distributor there.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, these are five great places to buy discontinued Scentsy warmers.

In my opinion, it’s always a wise idea to stock up on inventory, especially if you have a favorite product that could potentially get discontinued.

That way you don’t get left in a bind if the item is no longer available for sale.

What are your thoughts?

Leave a comment below to let me know what you think.

Disclaimer: Scentsy is a registered trademark.  I am in no way affiliated with the company.

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29 thoughts on “Discontinued Scentsy Warmers: Where to Buy Them

  1. Britanica

    I always go to eBay when my favorite products get the boot! I have found things that have went out of market for YEARS on eBay and it was not over priced, actually cheaper than I originally paid. I have this issue like may other women, with makeup and hair products and it is nice people buy it up and resell it.

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  2. Bonnie

    I just buy all my warmers from ebay. They are cheaper online, you can get free shipping, and there is a huge selection. This is a lot easier than having a Scentsy rep come over to your house.

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  3. Scott

    Start by talking to a local distributor. You never know what they might have in their inventory. If that doesn’t work, check out eBay or Amazon.

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    1. chuckholmes Post author

      Great tips, Scott. Personally, I just prefer to go online and find what I am looking for. That saves me gas money and time because I don’t have to drive around all day to meet up with a Consultant.

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  4. Janice

    I buy ALL my Scentsy items on eBay. It’s cheaper buying it there than it is buying it from my local distributor. Plus, there is such a huge selection of items to choose from. Amazon is pretty good too.

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  5. Bailey

    We have a Scentsy rep at my local flea market. She sets up every weekend and she always has the warmers I am looking for, even the discontinued ones.

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  6. James B

    eBay is my favorite place on the internet when I’m seeking strange, old or rare goods which may be out of manufacture. Besides Amazon, eBay is the only choice on this list which gives you guarantees you will actually get what you’re paying for. Craigslist is notorious for scams and if a company is no longer making a product, good luck getting it from them.

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      1. Annalisa

        My distributor knows which products I like and she can normally even get me the discontinued products if I want them. She is really wonderful.

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      2. Alexis

        I like to shop local flea markets, craft shows, and fairs. There is almost always a Scentsy rep set up in a booth and she can help you find what you are looking for.

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    1. Greg Boudonck

      I agree that Craigslist is a danger zone. You have to really watch closely in dealing with anyone over Craigslist. If you do, make sure and meet them in a public area. It is usually best not to provide an address or phone number as many people get into bad situations. With any online situation be it Ebay, Amazon or any other, a person needs to be wary and think before you act. Read reviews of sellers and you shouldn’t have any problems.

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  7. Andrea

    I’m a Scentsy distributor and I suggest that you contact your local distributor if you are interested in buying discontinued products. Who knows what they might have on hand. And if there’s something you are looking for specifically, they might be able to point you in the right direction.

    Andrea

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    1. chuckholmes Post author

      Thanks, Andrea. That’s probably a good starting point for most people, assuming they have a distributor that they normally purchase the items from.

      Chuck

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      1. Lilly

        You can find just about any Scentsy discontinued warmer you want online, if you are willing to shop around. I normally start with eBay and Amazon and then do a Bing search if I can’t find them on either of those two websites.

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      2. Karla

        I buy all my discontinued Scentsy products right off eBay or Amazon. It’s the cheapest, fastest and easiest way to get the products I want.

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      3. Sylvia

        Great post here. I love my Scentsy products. They are always changing and updating the product line so once in a while one of my favorite products gets discontinued. When that happens I talk with my Consultant first. If she can work her magic and get them for me, I let her do that. If not, I go to eBay or Amazon.

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    2. Amy Skalicky

      Scentsy products are so popular that I notice them specified in garage sale ads in our local paper. People also list them in the classified section under “For Sale,” especially when someone is getting out of the business. I also run across Scentsy warmers at garage sales, which is quite a find. I have my own collection, and even use one in my daughter’s room. She loves it, and it makes a great night light.

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    3. Denise

      I buy all my Scentsy products on eBay. There are really some amazing deals, plus you can get free shipping.

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    4. Alice

      If you want to buy discontinued warmers, talk to your rep. There is a good chance she has some old inventory that she would like to liquidate. That means you can get a really good discount on the items.

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      1. chuckholmes Post author

        Working with your local rep is a good move, especially if you have a good relationship with her and she knows what type of stuff you typically like to purchase.

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    5. Paula

      I buy all my discontinued Scentsy warmers from my local consultant. I just tell her what I am looking for and she gets it for me within a couple weeks. I’m not sure how she gets them, but I do appreciate the customer service and help she provides.

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