How to save money on your Christmas tree

Are you wondering just how to save money on your Christmas tree?

When it comes to Christmas trees there are a few options.

You can just buy a tree in a container and after Christmas plant it out ready for next years. A 5ft tree in a container will set you back around £50. They can grow two feet in a year and over  5ft they can be come quite tricky. Plus do you have room or want one in your garden?

I like the idea of growing your own from scratch. It takes about 10 years to get to about the right height


Grow Me Christmas Tree is available form Amazon at £3.99

My aunty lives in a small park home and she gets a fallen branch/twig  which she spray paints gold and hangs ornaments off. It looks awesome. A little like this

wishing tree

Or you could….

Head on down to Homebase where all artificial tress are currently half price.

Artifical trees are better for the environment and your pocket, don’t shed their needles all over your car and lounge!


christmas tree artificla

5ft Snowy Evergreen

You can also collect  Nectar points with these purchases
A pine scented plug in will add the fragrance!


If you do want a real one it is now possible to rent a Christmas tree from places like  Trees for Rent, It costs about £50 but will be delivered and collected and replanted for the coming year.


If you want a real one maybe keep your eyes out for offers, discount codes and ask around your friends.


Have fun!
How to save money on your christmas tree


Over at my sister site Family-Budgeting you can find out how to save money on your Christmas dinner
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