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[Home Depot] Christmas Tree 7.5ft 400 LED pre-lit $49.98

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[Home Depot] Christmas Tree 7.5ft 400 LED pre-lit $49.98

It is out of stock in many stores but not completely OOS. For shipping to my Toronto postal code, the delivery fee is ~$13.06. Other decent quality pre-lit 7.5' artificial tree usually have a regular price of $200-$400. The low-end of that price range usually comes with incandecent lights. So when I saw this $50 tree, it is an awesome deal.

7.5' tall, 52" diameter, pre-Lit LED Franklin Fir Artificial Christmas Tree

400 LED is on the low side for this height but given the price, it will be easy to hang a couple more colorful light strings/ropes on it. Overall customer rating is about just average. But for this price, I think I can live with it, and I know for a fact that our family will further decorate it with ornaments and extra color-changing lights.

Word of advise: for artificial tree, you do need to spend time 'fluffing' each branch/tip to make it look fuller, especially if it has been packed tight in the box.

Good luck, and happy early Christmas. Hope someone find this a good deal and take advantage of it.
Last edited by yoshi838 on Oct 11th, 2018 5:13 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Solid deal. Can't go wrong for a $49 Christmas tree. For someone who doesn't really decorate their house much, it's well worth it.
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Xmas in Oct? Are you Costco?

BANNED!! :P
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No idea why, but delivery was free to me in QC.
yoshi838 wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 4:51 pm
It is out of stock in many stores but not completely OOS. For shipping to my Toronto postal code, the delivery fee is ~$13.06. Other decent quality pre-lit 7.5' artificial tree usually have a regular price of $200-$400. The low-end of that price range usually comes with incandecent lights. So when I saw this $50 tree, it is an awesome deal.

7.5' tall, 52" diameter, pre-Lit LED Franklin Fir Artificial Christmas Tree

400 LED is on the low side for this height but given the price, it will be easy to hang a couple more colorful light strings/ropes on it. Overall customer rating is about just average. But for this price, I think I can live with it, and I know for a fact that our family will further decorate it with ornaments and extra color-changing lights.

Word of advise: for artificial tree, you do need to spend time 'fluffing' each branch/tip to make it look fuller, especially if it has been packed tight in the box.

Good luck, and happy early Christmas. Hope someone find this a good deal and take advantage of it.
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Jan 18, 2017
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Great find OP! Thanks for the link.

Been putting off getting a tree for the last few years. Always trying to scoop one up after Christmas on clearance, but still not able to find a deal like this.

$50 for a NEW & LIT tree?? ok I'll chance it. Decent reviews with a couple pictures on the site too.

I ordered one and going to pick up in store.
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Jan 12, 2017
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Maple Ridge
better buy now
when it gets close to Christmas, all the cheap ones will be gone and all they have left will be $200~300 ones.
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Thank you OP.
I found one at Markham East location for online purchase.
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Thank you
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Apr 28, 2007
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Regina
Thanks, free shipping for me. My current tree has 2 burnt out strands. Hopefully this works out fine.
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Jun 14, 2011
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Richmond Hill
Should've bought it back in January.
I remember picking up a 7.5ft pre-lit tree with much more realistic leaves for $10 at Sears around 8 years ago. Every year when I set it up I tell myself what a great deal that was. The ornaments costed more than the tree.
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In my previous experience - it's not the lights that count, but the number of tips

(that's what she said...)

Lights can be added if needed, but a full tree vs a weak bare tree is all the difference. This one has 1329 tips.
I'm often at Costco...

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