Where to Score Deals on Artificial Christmas Trees
Make your life easier this Christmas and get yourself an artificial tree. The best part? They’re all $100 or less.
Nothing beats the pine fragrance of a fresh-cut Christmas tree. However, sweeping up needles all season long can be troublesome and time consuming—we'd rather spend our time gift shopping, to be honest. These artificial Christmas trees are even better than the real deal: They're easy to assemble, you can get them delivered to your doorstep, AND they're budget-friendly. What's better than that? Determine what kind of Christmas tree your home needs and snag these deals while they're here.
Fun fact: Walmart sells trees up to 12 feet tall. They also sell plain and pre-lit trees with multiple lighting options (including fiber optic trees). Not only is this gold-dusted tree gorgeous and festive, but it comes pre-lit to make Christmas decor assembly way easier.
Home Depot offers FREE shipping on all holiday decor, so take advantage now! Their online store makes it super easy to find the tree of your dreams; you can shop by needle type, size, and light type. Our favorite is the 7-foot North Valley Spruce—it easily comes together in just three pieces.
This online furniture giant sells a plethora of artificial trees. You’ll find plenty of 6-to-7-foot options for under $100. Try the basic Green Fir Tree and enjoy decorating your Christmas tree to whatever color scheme you're feeling this year.
Michaels, the craft store of all craft stores, has the motherlode of pre-lit and unlit Christmas trees this year, ranging from tabletop-size to 10 feet tall. This showstopper stands seven feet and comes pre-lit for quick setup.
Just when we thought Overstock had done it all, they proved us wrong. They offer SO many full-size artificial Christmas tree options. Snag this six-footer for less than $55!
The best part about Target’s artificial Christmas trees? Most of them also qualify for free two-day shipping during the holidays. That gives you every excuse to have more than one tree in your house, right? Try this pre-lit faux spruce in your living room this year.