TREE-MENDOUS! Where to get bargain Christmas trees
Spruce up your home with an artificial tree this Christmas
- Argos trees from just £5
- ASDA’s viral snowy tree for only £35
- Homebase slash prices on its festive offerings
- Get an IKEA tree for £5, but how good is the quality?
Shoppers are loving bargain artificial trees for Christmas this year, some being as little as just £15.
Brands have brought out fake trees in different colours, sizes, and some even include all the decorations needed to help provide a stress free Christmas.
ASDA, IKEA, and Argos are just some of the big names bringing out their decorations in preparation for the festive season.
Argos has a range of trees this year, including real Christmas trees, pre-lit ones, pop-up trees, and plain artificial ones.
Mini versions of the trees are as little as £5, and customers can get them in fun colours like pink and gold.
Some trees on the site also have extra discounts on them.
Festive bargain-hunters can get trees with a reduced price or 10%, with some even including Fast Track delivery.
Lizzie North, a member of the Latest Deals community, has already got her bargain tree up. She said, “I got a great tree from Argos this year. It’s the 6ft Home tree for just £47.99, plus I had a £10 voucher off so it was even cheaper!”
This year, ASDA’s trees have taken the internet by storm, with many festive fans loving the artificial trees on offer.
The supermarket has a huge range of the decorations, ranging from traditional, tall, green trees, to brighter pink and blue variations.
Most popular so far has been its £35 6ft snowy Christmas tree, which is currently out of stock online, but available in some stores still.
The tree has 5 star reviews online, with many customers impressed at how well it lasted from last year.
One bargain-hunter, Kerry Windust, said, “I’m so in love with my ASDA tree! I saw it in the store but didn’t get it as I didn’t know what it was like, but then I saw pics online and it looked great.
“I am aware it is still November, but I’m away in December and want to make the most of looking at it!”
To see deals and discounts for ASDA, check out its merchant page on Latest Deals.
If customers get a real, locally sourced tree, which costs £25, they will get a £20 voucher to spend in store after Christmas.
Although this offer sounds tempting, the reviews on the trees haven’t been great, and customers may be better getting an artificial tree, or a real tree from elsewhere.
Latest Deals member, Sue Boyle, said, “I got this deal last year and the tree was awful! I ended up taking it down before Christmas and never even used my voucher.
“Needles were dropping everywhere, the tree looked bald and dead. I’m going to get a better real one this year from a local shop.”
IKEA does have a range of artificial tree on offer for those who don’t want to risk being disappointed by a real one.
Homebase has a big range of trees over 6 ft, all at low prices.
Festive fans can get a 7ft artificial tree that is only £15, with realistic Norway spruce style needles that give the tree a classic shape.
One popular one is a huge, bushy, 8 ft tree, which is now half price at only £60.
Bargain-hunter, Honor Ryan, said, “I saw this tree earlier and had to get it, I love it! And it was half price, now I just have to decorate it.”
To see more Homebase savings, look at its merchant page on the Latest Deals site.
Another savvy shopper, Kate Ferris, shared her secret for getting a tree at a discount. She said, “Last January I got an ex display model from B&Q, it’s been in the loft since but is in great condition. It’s 7ft, so the perfect size for my living room. It was originally £59.99, but I got it for just £8.72!”