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The 6 Best Artificial Christmas Trees on Sale Right Now

Score one of our favorite artificial Christmas trees while it's marked down—here are the best artificial Christmas tree sales happening now.

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You’ve probably already noticed that many stores are already starting to pivot from Halloween to holiday décor, which means early, pre-holiday deals—namely, Christmas tree deals—even before Black Friday sales begin.

Whether you’re in the market for a classic, realistic-looking tree or a minimalist tree with remote-controlled lights, we’ve found six of the best artificial Christmas tree sales happening right now. That means you can finish the final details of your Halloween costume without worrying about missing out on any Christmas tree sales.

Check out our favorite sale picks below and treat yourself to a new tree this Christmas before the trick-or-treating begins.

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Amazon

National Tree Company Dunhill Fir

The Dunhill Fir from the National Tree Company was named the most realistic tree in our recent best artificial Christmas tree roundup. Finding an artificial tree that doesn’t look fake can be expensive—even with hacks to help make an artificial tree look fuller—but this tree looks incredibly lifelike and is one of the best Christmas tree sales on our list. Thanks to its wide, full-bodied branches, you’ll have plenty of space to display all your favorite decorations and Christmas tree lights. Each branch is individually crafted with needles made of realistic-looking PVC that’s both hypo-allergenic and fire-resistant, making this a kid- and pet-friendly tree.

The 7-1/2-foot version of this Dunhill Fir typically retails for $330. That’s not a bad price, but right now you can snag it while it’s marked almost 40% off.

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Amazon

National Tree Company Slim Kingswood Fir

If you’re looking for a slimmer, yet still realistic, artificial Christmas tree, then The National Tree Company Slim Kingswood Fir is for you. It’s only 30 inches in diameter, so it takes up minimal space in your home or apartment. Plus, its hinged branches are pre-attached to its center and drop down for quick and easy setup.

This tree is currently marked down 32% from its original retail price, so you can get the slim 7-1/2-foot Christmas tree on sale for just $101.

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Macy’s

Pre-Lit Artificial Mixed Pine Tree

This pre-lit pine is another lifelike option, but with even less work required. This 6-1/2-foot tree has a slimmer profile and is pre-strung with 400 lights. You can choose between clear or multi-color lights. This is one of the best Christmas tree sales available now.

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Lowe’s

Wellfor Pre-Lit Flocked Artificial Christmas Tree with LED Lights

If you’re looking to bring a little holiday cheer with almost no work, look no further. This pre-lit flocked tree is 8 feet tall with lush, snowy branches.

This tree is complete with 650 UL-listed warm white lights, for a comforting glow. Right now, you can get it at Lowe’s for just $478—that’s $119 off its original price. This sale ends November 8, so act fast.

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Michael’s

Ashland Pre-Lit White Norway Artificial Pencil Christmas Tree

This 7-foot white, pre-lit tree is another small Christmas tree option. It’s only 20 inches in diameter, so it’s perfect for adding a little holiday cheer to a tight space. This tree is pre-lit with 210 clear lights, and it’s easy to shape and assemble.

You can get it at $60 off from Michael’s right now, for just $130.

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Target

Home Heritage Snowy Abies Pine Pre-Lit Flocked Artificial Christmas Tree

We absolutely love this simple, minimalist tree with clear, dimmable fairy lights hidden in its foliage. The lights can be controlled from a remote (included) and come with seven different functions.

This tree comes in a 4-foot and 6-foot option at Target—which, by the way, has already launched early Black Friday deals. Currently, the 6-foot option is marked down 35% for a savings of $136. Achieve a winter wonderland aesthetic with this tree’s light, flocked finish that is made for a natural snowy look.

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What to consider when looking for Artificial Christmas tree deals

When do artificial Christmas trees go on sale?

Christmas tree sales shift depending on the time of year and the retailer hosting the sales event. Generally, however, you can look for the best Christmas tree deals as early as before Halloween and especially around Black Friday. You’ll also find deals starting on Christmas Eve into January when retailers are getting rid of old inventory.

Where should you buy an artificial Christmas tree on sale?

Right now, there are a handful of places running major deals on Christmas trees. Lowes, Macy’s and Target all have deals on several artificial trees. You can also find sales at other places like Wayfair, West Elm and Amazon if your timing is right.

How much do artificial Christmas trees cost?

A high-quality artificial Christmas tree can be an investment—high-end options can cost thousands of dollars. However, there are good quality options at just a few hundred dollars, and when you shop for artificial Christmas trees on sale, you can actually save up to several hundred dollars.

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