The turkey’s been roasted, the gravy poured, and the pumpkin pie sliced. You know what that means: It’s time to bring out the Christmas tree. For those of us who prefer artificial trees to real ones (they are easier to maintain, after all), it’s important to find one that will last for years to come and can be readily stored in a basement or shed during the months when it’s not in use. Lucky for us, Black Friday deals at Amazon, Macy’s, and Walmart extend to fake Christmas trees as well.
Whether you’re in the market for a pre-lit spruce or a pine that looks like it came straight out of a winter wonderland, now is the time to save big on a holiday staple that’s primary function is to bring joy—and provide the perfect spot for presents, of course. This year’s Black Friday offerings include a six-foot plastic fir for under $120 and a snowy Alpine spruce that’s a whopping 60 percent off.
Shoppers can also save $60 on a seven-foot pre-lit Vermont spruce that pairs with Alexa devices to turn the tree on and off, change the color of the LED lights, and even make it twinkle (yes, “sparkle” is a setting). Needless to say, we’re adding at least one of the options below to our virtual cart before these markdowns disappear.
If you’re looking for a tree that’s slightly more unconventional, this pre-lit fiber optic one features 175 LED lights in four different colors to create a multicolor extravaganza. And for adventurous souls who shun the traditional, you can’t go wrong with this champagne-colored pencil tree that’s ideal for narrow spaces (think a cramped city apartment) and is currently under $50. Scroll through our picks to find the artificial Christmas tree that best suits your aesthetic, but don’t wait too long—these deals won’t last forever.
To buy: $90 (was $115); amazon.com.
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To buy: $90 (was $226); macys.com
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To buy: $70 (was $110); walmart.com.
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To buy: $43 (was $60); walmart.com.