Top Christmas tree deals to look out for this Black Friday

Top Christmas tree deals to look out for this Black Friday

You don’t need to wait until December to shop for a Christmas tree at an affordable price. This year, you can get great deals on Christmas trees, starting from today. There are amazing discounts on trees of all types, shapes, and sizes, so you can easily find the one that’s perfect for your home. Without further ado, let’s look at the best Christmas tree deals available during the Black Friday 2020 sale.

4ft Porch Tree Set by Joyland

If you’re looking for Christmas trees that will look gorgeous on your front porch, then this pair of 4-ft trees from Joyland is an excellent choice. Featuring frosted details and warm LED lights, these are artificial trees that will instantly add festive appeal to your porch. The set also comes with four spare bulbs and two spare fuses. The original price of the set is $180, but you can get it for just $54 this Black Friday.

6ft Pre-Lit Artificial Christmas Tree Alberta Spruce by Wondershop

This artificial Christmas tree from Wondershop is styled to look like a real-life Alberta spruce tree. It has dense boughs and comes with pre-lit clear lights, making it easy for you to decorate. The plastic construction of the tree is durable and will last for several seasons. This 6ft tree is available for $60 during the Black Friday sale.

7ft Pre-Lit Fiber Optic Artificial Christmas Pine Tree by Best Choice Products

This 7ft artificial Christmas tree uses dense PVC needles to give it a sharp appearance that will last throughout the season. With 280 LED lights and fiber optic settings, the tree can light up in four different colors (white, red, green, and blue) and alternate between six different sequences. It comes with a sturdy, foldable iron base that ensures greater support and prevents breakage. This tree is available for sale at just $99.99, the original price being $189.99.

Dunhill Fir White Christmas Tree by Mercury Row

If you’re looking for something different from the traditional green tree, then check out this white Christmas tree by Mercury Row. The frame of this tree is made from metal and has snowy white PVC branches that are flexible for easy shaping and decorating. Also, the tree comes pre-lit with clear, warm lights that look attractive in any room. You can get this tree at a 52 percent discount, i.e., for $349.99.

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