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Science says it’s never too early to start decorating for the holidays. Kathie Lee and Hoda say that we should consider the National Christmas Tree Association’s advice! According to the Association, the cheapest day to buy a tree is Christmas Eve, with an average price of $47, while the worst days are typically Cyber Monday and Black Friday with average prices between $77 and $81.
For the antsy planners who can’t imagine waiting until Christmas Eve to buy a tree but still want a great deal, there is a cheap and low-maintenance solution. If you’re looking for convenient décor without sacrificing the look and feel of a Christmas tree, you’ve got options!
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Holiday Time Pre-Lit Madison Pine Christmas Tree with, $39, Walmart
This classic 6.5-foot Madison Pine imitation by Holiday Time is "easy [...] to assemble," said one reviewer, and another added that it's lightweight. The artificial Pine is pre-lit with 350 clear lights, so it won’t clash with any colorful decorations!
The White Christmas
Best Choice Products Snow Flocked Artificial Pine Tree, $86 (usually $191), Walmart
This flock-covered artificial Pine Tree by Best Choice Products is ideal for ushering in a winter wonderland-themed Christmas! Whether you’re up north with real winter weather, or down south with a more tropical holiday season, this 6-foot tree helps bring the feel of the North Pole to your home for 45 percent off its usual price.
The Tight Fit
National Tree Kingswood Fir Pencil Tree, $79 (usually $150), Amazon
No grand hall? No problem! This 7.5-foot Kingswood Fir Pencil Tree can spice up a small corner for less with Amazon’s 47 percent off discount. Whether it’s a tight squeeze behind the couch or a small space at the end of the hallway, most areas in a home can fit this slim 30-inch wide tree.
There’s a tree for every space — hopefully yours is here! But if it isn’t, don’t be afraid to get creative!
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