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[Costco] CHRISTMAS TREES on sale ($240) + weekend update

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[Costco] CHRISTMAS TREES on sale ($240) + weekend update

I'm from BC but this should be nationwide.


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Last edited by Thatdealguy on Oct 25th, 2019 8:57 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Costco is closed today (April 4th 2021) even in Quebec
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Costco is closed today (April 4th 2021) even in Quebec
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Jan 20, 2018
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Saw the Christmas tree at Costco in Burlington ON.

Didn't end up grabbing one though. Felt it looked too fake. Even from far away.
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Anyone have experience with the Costco trees? I am in the market for either a 6.5 or 7.5 ft one after our Michaels tree broke. Was looking at the 6.5ft one last week for $230.
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arkhira wrote: Anyone have experience with the Costco trees? I am in the market for either a 6.5 or 7.5 ft one after our Michaels tree broke. Was looking at the 6.5ft one last week for $230.
We bought this one last year from Costco and are happy with it. It looked far more realistic than some and not quite as good as a few others we looked at, but definitely the best value for what you get (number of lights and tips). Had read reviews that the power supply on the Costco trees have a habit of making a high pitched squeal when in use, but no issues for us so far. Considering what could go wrong with these artificial trees after a few years, I would only buy from Costco given their return policy.
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great work as usual! thanks TDG for braving the weekend richmond crowd!!
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Oct 2, 2016
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Support your local Christmas tree farm! Your kids want to say, my daddy let us pick out any Christmas tree and he hauled that sucker home!
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Having worked on a tree farm in my teens, I still have to say the idea of chopping down a perfectly live tree so that you can hang some lights and ornaments on it for a few weeks before tossing it into the garbage/compost seems pretty wasteful.
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Just a heads up this sale is not nationwide. My local store sells the 6.5’ for $219 and the 7.5’ for $319. No $60 off either.
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hiredmuscle wrote: Having worked on a tree farm in my teens, I still have to say the idea of chopping down a perfectly live tree so that you can hang some lights and ornaments on it for a few weeks before tossing it into the garbage/compost seems pretty wasteful.
I've never understood the concept of live trees solely for this reason.
Jack o Lanterns too.
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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...

Way too early for me though!
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hiredmuscle wrote: Having worked on a tree farm in my teens, I still have to say the idea of chopping down a perfectly live tree so that you can hang some lights and ornaments on it for a few weeks before tossing it into the garbage/compost seems pretty wasteful.
As weird as it is, at least it promotes the (temporary) growth of trees.

Not much different than growing flowers to turn into a bouquet.

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