Artificial Christmas tree sales: the best deals at Balsam Hill, Homebase and more

It’s only a few days until Christmas, but there’s still time to wrap a few last-minute presents and stock up on some good food and drink for the big day.

It’s an extra special time of year, whether you’re getting the whole family together for some holiday parties, or just looking forward to a quiet, cozy Christmas.

Christmas decorations are a sparkling part of the season, and decorating the halls with baubles, tinsel and fairy lights is the best way to get into the festive spirit. Some people put up their Christmas decorations as early as October or November, with these shimmery additions a great way to lift your spirits on a gloomy day.

Others wait a bit longer and hang them in December, and dates this late on Christmas Eve can also be a household tradition. If you are, and you’re looking to buy a new tree this year, we’ve found some great savings. Or you may be extra organized next year and want to pick up early bird discounts for Christmas trees well in advance.

Be that as it may, we’ve found artificial tree savings for shopping, including up to half-price deals at Balsam Hill and Homebase. Read on for the best deals we’ve found.

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Homebase 7ft evergreen spruce artificial Christmas tree: was £110, now £55,

(Home base)

Also available in 5ft and 6ft sizes, this 7ft artificial Christmas tree is currently half price. Purchase includes a metal stand and hinged branches, with 1,000 branch tips. This tall tree is made of PVC and will take pride of place in an entrance hall, lounge or open plan living space. Just add baubles, fairy lights and a bit of tinsel for extra festive pizzazz.

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Balsam Hill Bra Balsam fir, candlelit clear LED, 6ft: was £749, now £439,

(Balsam Hill)

This pre-lit tree is over £300 off, so now’s the time to score a luxury bargain this or next Christmas. The artificial tree comes in different sizes and there are also two light options. Crafted to look like real Balsam Spruce found on a farm in the USA, the full needles and blade aesthetic are made with authenticity in mind. 500 lights are already attached for extra ease of decoration.

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John Lewis festive spruce unlit Christmas tree, 7ft: was £79, now £39.50,

(John Lewis)

This 2-meter-tall artificial Christmas tree is currently discounted by 50 percent and is unlit, so you can add whatever lighting you want. The PVC and metal tree comes complete with a stand, while the conical structure has a timeless Christmas tree shape. We’d say this discounted tree could be a favorite festive centerpiece for years to come.

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Homebase 7ft Montana premium lighted artificial Christmas tree: was £247, now £90,

(Home base)

Save over £150 with this great value artificial Christmas tree, now reduced to under £100. Pre-lit there are 400 warm white lights with eight functions. Additional features include hinged branches and a natural Christmas tree shape.

Homebase also estimates the running costs of this boom to be less than 1p per hour, based on a 50p kWh rate – we haven’t tested this ourselves though.

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Habitat 7ft Oscar pinecone Christmas tree, green: was £75, now £37.50,


This is a bargain 7ft Christmas tree, now costing less than £40. Supplied complete with 200 warm white bulbs, pine cone decorations and a snow effect, it’s all set up for installation in your home. The permanent branches of the Christmas tree have flat needles, with no less than 991 points.

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Balsam Hill Canadian Blue Green Spruce, twinkling light show, 6ft: was £649, now £439,

(Balsam Hill)

If you fancy a colorful artificial tree, this is the sale buy to shop. Balsam Hill’s Canadian Blue-Green Spruce also comes in other heights and with other lights, but we love these bright twinkling beauties. Crafted to provide a full leaf effect, the needles are a blue-green hue, consistent with a Canadian blue-green spruce. Meanwhile, the pre-lit tree also shows off blue, green, and red lights.

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