Ok, raise your hand if you missed out on this $3 Sukkah Chandelier deal. I'm sorry. These went like hotcakes. I've gotten a whole bunch of emails asking me about Sukkah Chandeliers. It's a great idea that I stole from my wildly creative artist sister-in-law, Ellen. Since you're allowed to transfer flame on YomTov, use a tea light chandelier in your Sukkah. It's elegant, decorative, and creates a wonderful candlelit glow at night. You still do need other light sources, as tealights don't give off a lot of light, so we use
Well, the $3 chandelier deal has come and gone, but you can get this beautiful look-alike (pictured above) Garden Oasis 5-Votive Candle Chandelier for $20.97 with free store pickup here. $21 is still a great price on Sukkah chandelier and this one is truly lovely.
Shabby Elegance Scrollwork Chandelier for $18 with free shipping from Amazon. These are just 3 candles, so I would use at least two of them.
(Safety tip: I would not recommend using regular candles with these, as they can tip over. I would use only tealights, or even those flat, tealight-like citronella candles (does double-duty of keeping away mosquitoes). Make sure you never leave a lit tealight chandelier unattended. If you finish the YomTov meal before the tealights burn out, bring them back with you into the house.)