Let’s be honest, Christmas stuff started popping up MONTHS ago in retailers, but if you are like me…you aren’t quite ready to put the tree up.
A new study figured out the best and worst times to buy a Christmas tree. According to MarketWatch, “Want a Christmas tree on the cheap? Wait.
Christmas Eve is the cheapest time to buy a tree with an average price of just $47, according to a study from payments company Square SQ, -3.51% and the National Christmas Tree Association.
The most expensive time to buy a tree was Cyber Monday, when prices increase to an average of $81. Black Friday wasn’t far behind at $77 on average.
It may not suit everyone to wait until the last minute to buy a tree, but Yuletide revelers can save roughly 22% by waiting until the week before Christmas to purchase their trees.”
So essentially, buy a tree when everyone else isn’t. Happy Holidays!