Best Times to Buy an Artificial Christmas Tree

Best Times to Buy an Artificial Christmas Tree

There’s no need to wait for December to buy your trees for the holidays. You can purchase artificial Christmas trees all year round, whether you’re looking for a pre-lit tree or one that resembles your favorite spruce, fir, or pine. To enjoy big deals, here are the best times to buy your new Christmas tree.

1. Black Friday

Decorated Kennedy Fir Snap Tree
Make a merry statement with our easy set-up Kennedy Fir Snap Tree on sale (Photo courtesy of The House of Silver Lining)

Waking up early and waiting in line for stores to open might be worth the effort to get that budget-friendly artificial Christmas tree on sale. There may be a lot of hustle and bustle with everyone shopping on the same day, but that also means options wherever you go. Shopping on Black Friday allows you to save money and get a tree in time for Christmas.

READ MORE: Best Black Friday Deals on Christmas Trees & Décor

2. Cyber Monday

Oregonian Slim Christmas Tree
Save money and space with the lovely Oregonian Slim Christmas Tree (Photo courtesy of The Sunny Side Up Blog)

If you’d rather stay home than brave the crowd, Cyber Monday is the ideal time to buy your Christmas tree. Online retailers offer promotions and coupons for a wide range of products, including trees and other holiday decorations. Buying online lets you compare tree pricessizes, and shapes with a click of a mouse. Nowadays, Cyber Monday has become a week-long affair, giving you more time to scout for the right purchases.

READ MORE: How to Choose the Perfect Christmas Tree

3. Post-Christmas Sales

Flocked Alpine Spruce Christmas Tree
The Flocked Alpine Spruce looks like it has a fresh coat of snow all year round (Photo courtesy of Making the World Cuter)

The week right after Christmas is one of the most practical times to buy a new tree. Retailers put their stocks on Christmas clearance sale to make room for new items. Remember that it’s never too soon to prepare for next year’s festivities. Head to the stores or go online early to beat the crowd and get the best deals.

READ MORE: How to Recycle Your Artificial Christmas Tree

4. Christmas in July

Patriotic-themed Flocked White Fir Christmas Tree
Here’s a patriotic-themed Flocked White Fir decorated by Jennifer Lutz

Christmas in July signals how close the holidays are and gives us reason to celebrate. This is also a launching platform for the newest trends in holiday decorating. Take advantage of mid-year sales and get a head start on your Christmas shopping list to avoid shipping or stock concerns.

READ MORE: Using Christmas in July to Test Your Tree

5. Any Time of Year

Hyde Park Pine Tree
Enjoy the classic full profile and convenient set-up features of our Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree (Photo courtesy of Sincerely, Marie Designs)

Some Christmas tree shops go on sale at unexpected times. They may not advertise their discounts widely, giving their followers an advantage. To ensure you won’t miss out on the best deals, join our mailing list for updates on promos and exclusive offers on artificial Christmas trees and décor.

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3 Reasons to Buy a Christmas Tree Early

Rustic kitchen with decorated artificial Christmas tree
Photo courtesy of Baker Nest

1. Avoid the Christmas Rush

Shopping early saves you time spent in lines, especially when you buy online. It also frees up your holidays for you to enjoy quality time with your loved ones. With online stores, you get access to a wide range of products no matter where you are or what time it is.

2. Test Your Tree

Whether you choose a green or white Christmas tree, you’ll need to fluff its branches upon unboxing. You also have to inspect the stand, branches, lights, and wires. Buying and setting up your tree early allows you to check that everything’s in order. This eases your preparations come the holidays.

3. Benefit from Shopping Deals

Buying Christmas items early means you’ll avoid the surge in retail prices. With these early holiday deals, you’re able to spread out your expenses and better manage your budget.

What’s Next?

Decorating a woodland-themed Christmas tree
Photo courtesy of Jen Lutz and Rachel Cuthbert

Once you’ve found your perfect Christmas tree and purchased it at the best price, you can choose to store it for the holidays or decorate early. If you’re ready to put up your tree, here are some articles to guide you in setting up:

1) How to Fluff Your Artificial Christmas Tree
2) How to Put Lights on Your Christmas Tree
3) How to Decorate Your Tree with Ribbon

Shop early for a stress-free Christmas with your loved ones. Visit Tree Classics and be one of the first to take advantage of our holiday sales.

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