Home Depot Is Offering Up To 50% Off Holiday Decor
Now is the best time to buy holiday decor!
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By now, the presents are unwrapped and Santa has devoured the Christmas cookies. But before you shift your holiday focus all the way from Christmas to New Year’s Eve, it’s time for one last Christmas task — go shopping for Christmas trees and other holiday decorations. Trust us. Your December 2019 self will thank you.
Many retailers are deeply discounting Christmas decor this week. Among them? Home Depot, where Christmas trees and other decor are up to 50 percent off.
Fret not if you’re still cozy in your PJs and in a post-Christmas slumber and don’t really want to brave the crowds. You can also get this deal by shopping online.
Here’s a peek at some of the Christmas tree deals, all of which are 50 percent off and that we suspect will go fast.
Martha Stewart Pre-Lit Sparkling Pine Tree, 7.5 feet, $129.50 (originally $259)
Pre-lit trees mean you don’t have to worry about the proper light dispersion ratio and untangling strings of lights. We like this snow-frosted one from Martha Stewart.
National Tree Company Artificial Christmas Tree, 7.5 feet, $139.50 (originally $279)
These Dunhill Fir trees from National Tree Company look like the real thing and come in varying heights, ranging from a 4.5-foot-tall tree ($67) to a 12-foot-tall tree ($239.50). Pictured here is a mid-size 7.5-foot-tall tree ($139.50).
Pre-Lit Grand Fir Artificial Tree, 7.5 feet, $199.50 (originally $399)
This 7.5-foot-tall pre-lit Home Accents tree is certainly merry and bright with its color-changing LED lights. It also comes with a remote control so you can change the light display without leaving the comforts of your couch.
Just think. By buying your Christmas decor and trees for this low of a price you’ll be getting a head start on that New Year’s resolution to be more thrifty, right?