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Welcome to the Christmas Tree Company, we used to sell a great range of Christmas trees and now advise on the buying of them and have found the cheapest deals for them and so here you can get the nicest Christmas trees for a very cheap price.

So here are some great cheap deals on Christmas trees:

2.7m/9ft Decorated Garland Christmas Decoration Xmas Fireplace Tree Pine Ribbon

£15.09
End Date: Sunday Dec-17-2017 18:01:27 GMT
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2.7m/9ft Decorated Garland Christmas Decoration Xmas Fireplace Tree Pine Ribbon

£15.09
End Date: Sunday Dec-17-2017 18:01:27 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.09
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2.7m/9ft Decorated Garland Christmas Decoration Xmas Fireplace Tree Pine Ribbon

£15.09
End Date: Sunday Dec-17-2017 18:01:27 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.09
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2.7m (9ft) Imperial Pine Christmas Garland Fireplace Wreath Xmas Tree Decoration

£15.17
End Date: Tuesday Nov-28-2017 7:02:49 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.17
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2.7m (9ft) Imperial Pine Christmas Garland Fireplace Wreath Xmas Tree Decoration

£15.17
End Date: Tuesday Nov-28-2017 7:02:49 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.17
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2.7m Imperial Pine Christmas Garland Fireplace Wreath Xmas Tree Decoration 9ft

£15.17
End Date: Wednesday Nov-29-2017 1:32:34 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.17
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2.7m Imperial Pine Christmas Garland Fireplace Wreath Xmas Tree Decoration 9ft

£15.17
End Date: Wednesday Nov-29-2017 1:32:34 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.17
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4/5/6/7FT Christmas Tree Luxury Boxed Traditional Forest Green with Metal Stand

£15.19
End Date: Sunday Nov-26-2017 10:18:59 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.19
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4/5/6/7FT Christmas Tree Luxury Boxed Traditional Forest Green with Metal Stand

£15.19
End Date: Sunday Nov-26-2017 10:18:59 GMT
Buy It Now for only: £15.19
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Premium 4/5/6/7 FT CHRISTMAS X'MAS DECORATION TREE Pine with Stand GREEN

£15.19
End Date: Monday Dec-4-2017 9:02:15 GMT
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Although it may seems months off, the best way to have a successful Christmas is to think ahead and save stress. One of easiest ways to do this is to first steps done easily and quickly, so here’s a guide to buying a Christmas tree which will get you off on the right foot.

Real or Artificial?

Perhaps the first step in any guide to buying a Christmas tree is to decide which type you prefer, real or artificial? Both have benefits, with the traditional real Xmas tree providing the true version of a tree, although an artificial one can be almost as good but with increased convenience and practicality.

Artificial Christmas Tree Buying Guide

For example, when you purchase an artificial Christmas tree, not only do they not ‘shed’ (no needles to sweep or vacuum up) but they can also be pre-fitted with Christmas lights (which can save a lot of time and hassle).

However, the look of a traditional tree cannot be matched for the ‘true’ Christmas look and feel, so it’s really down to looks versus convenience on this criteria it seems.

Timing is everything if you’re looking for a Christmas tree

Should you prefer a traditional ‘real’ Christmas tree, when you purchase is pivotal. Purchase too early, and the chances are you’ll pay the highest prices. Alternatively, leave it too late and you’re left with little choice and poor quality trees.

Best Christmas Tree Buy

Accepted knowledge suggests purchasing around the start of December, with a suggestion for bringing it inside for decoration around the middle of the month.

Likewise, if you’re looking for an artificial tree, most supermarkets and stores seem to start selling them earlier each year, often months before Xmas!

Tips for buying a Christmas tree

What guide for buying a Christmas tree would be complete without some ‘insider secrets’?

Here’s a few tips that will help you when choosing your Christmas tree.

  • For a real Christmas tree, pick it up and drop it on its stump, to see how many needles drop. If many needles drop onto the floor, it’s often a sign that the tree has not been freshly cut.
  • Don’t overlook the big supermarkets and DIY stores, as they often are better quality than street corner or market sellers.
  • Check with the British Tree Growers Association for any local providers if you prefer to buy local.
  • Research the different types of real Christmas trees, as some differ on looks, tendency to shed needles, growing heights etc. For example, Norman firs hardly drop any needles, even after turning brown.
  • Budget is everything – as each Christmas goes by, the more variety hits the market, which doesn’t always reduce prices. Research prices and availability of different options rather than just choosing the first tree that you see.
  • For real Christmas trees, know that weight is generally the main determinant of price. Trees generally sell as premium, standard and third grade, with premium trees having a straight stem at the top (‘leader’) and are heavier.