Meet The Contenders: Our Pick Of Walmart Christmas Trees
1. Holiday Time Wesley Pine Christmas Tree
Imagine a tree that's not just easy on the pocket, but easy to set up too. Meet the Holiday Time Wesley Pine,your quick fix for Christmas.
It comes pre-attached with hinged branches for those of us whose idea of DIY is swapping our handbags. Plus, it comes in various sizes, fitting everything from cozy apartments to sprawling manors.
The best part? My 8-year-old mini-me was able to put the tree together himself. If that isn't child's play, I don't know what is.
Bonus: No watering, no needle shedding, and come January, you can just pack it up and stash it away. Easy peasy!
2. Holiday Time: Snow-Flocked Pine Christmas Tree
For a winter wonderland vibe, this flocked pine delivers the goods—or should I say gifts? It has a full, lush look reminiscent of a fresh snowfall—without the cold toes.
Like its Wesley cousin, setup is easy-peasy, leaving more time for what matters: making memories (and cookies, let's be real).
Price vs. Pine: The Walmart Christmas Tree Dilemma
Here comes the million-dollar question—or rather, the hundred-dollar question: how much are you willing to cough up for your Christmas centerpiece? It might surprise you that some real trees cost as much as artificial ones.
So why opt for an authentic fir tree that you have to bid goodbye to every year when you can snag a fabulous fake that can twinkle and dazzle year after year?
An average fresh-cut 6 ft. pine ranges between $40 and $100. Meanwhile, a same-sized pre-lit artificial tree from Walmart averages around $40. So you save and sleigh for multiple years ahead! Plus, there are no pine needles to vacuum up. Win-win!
So, without further ado, time for the big reveal! And the winners are…