Where to Buy your Christmas Tree in Canada

17 December 2014

It's almost time to get your Christmas tree ready! If you're putting off getting a replacement (or if you're shopping for your first one), we made a list of the best places to buy Christmas trees in Canada online.

Whether it's an artificial Christmas tree on your list -- from mini christmas trees, to decorated Christmas trees, to white Christmas trees, or maybe just a Christmas tree stand or a Christmas tree skirt for the real Christmas tree you plan to buy locally, we've prepared this list to make it that much easier!

Where to buy your Christmas Tree Online in Canada:

Over 50% off (reg. price is $478.88). Listing in USD with free shipping to Canada
Over 45% off (reg. price is $368). Listing in USD with free shipping to Canada
60% off (reg. price is $299.99). Free when you pay & pick up in-store
40% off (reg. price is $149) and free in-store pick up


Frequently Asked Questions

How long to artificial trees last?

A quality artificial Christmas tree can last over a decade.

Where can I buy a white Christmas tree in Canada?

Solid question. White Christmas trees are all the rage, you can find a white Christmas tree at Lowe's for $199, Aosom for $139.99, Treetopia for $138.88, and at Walmart.ca for $59.98.

Do they make Black Christmas trees?

You can get Christmas trees in all colours in the rainbow. Wayfair.com has black Christmas trees on for 38% off at $184.99 (free shipping) and Treetopia.com has a wide selection of black Christmas trees starting at $118.99.

How can I make a DIY Christmas Alternative tree?

Here are a few ideas to save you money on your Christmas tree this year, especially if you're open to thinking about an alternative Christmas tree:

  • You can make a DIY White Christmas tree our of paper, here's one that Pop Sugar developed.
  • You can also use tomato cages to create a tree of wire and lights. Buzzfeed posted this one.
  • You can make a Christmas Card Tree.
  • You can get a potted tree and plant it in your yard afterwards.
  • You can make a cardboard tree.

Bargainmoosers, have you ever used an "alternative" tree? If not, do you usually have a "real" tree or a fake one?

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