Are you tired of your old artificial tree and want a better quality one that is already pre-lit with energy saving LED lights? Well I have searched the web and found five of the best online retailers that sell artificial Christmas trees with LED lights so that all you have to do is go to one of the websites I have listed below and find the perfect tree for yourself and your family. Here they are the top 5 online Christmas tree retailers.
5. www.christmastreesgalore.com – This online Christmas tree retailer has several trees for you to choose from but I will tell you a little about two of them that caught my eye. They have a Multi colored classic green slim tree for $399.99 and includes free shipping. This green slim tree is 7.5 feet tall, 52 inches wide, and has 750 multi colored LED lights that can be replaced, and comes with a metal tree stand. They also have a 7.5 foot, 64 inch wide Baby Pine with 600 warm white LED lights for $549.99. Like I said that was just two of the trees they have for sale, they have different kinds, shapes, sizes, and color of the LED lights you just have to go to the website to pick the one you like best.
4. www.christmastreesforme.com– They have a great selection of artificial Christmas trees, but again I will only tell you about two of them. The smallest and cheapest is a six and a half foot tall, 38 inches wide Overland Spruce Christmas Tree. It has 315 clear LED lights and comes with replaceable bulbs. Another tree that they feature is for someone with a lot of money and a big space to fill in their home. It is a twelve foot, yes I said twelve foot, tall seventy-two inch wide Noble classic Christmas tree. This one is a lot like real Christmas trees because the branches don’t bend nearly as much as other standard artificial trees. It comes with 1600 multi-colored LED lights and a sturdy metal stand. It also has a fifteen year construction warranty and a five year warranty on the LED lights.
3. www.treeclassics.com– This online retailer has several different kinds of trees to choose from, but my personal favorite is the Imperial Pine with the colored LED lights. The lights are star shaped which I have never seen before and they are supposed to last for about 50,000 hours and are said to be shatter proof. They have a thirty percent instant rebate on most if not all of their Christmas trees, and their trees have “Real Feel” needles by using polyethylene technology. In addition to the Imperial Pine Tree they also have Evergreen Supreme, Cascade Fir, and many more to choose from. The trees that stand five feet tall will cost you about three hundred dollars give or take and they have five hundred clear or multi colored LED lights.
2. www.kmart.com– You might also be able to find pre-lit LED artificial Christmas trees in the actual KMART store but I couldn’t tell you for sure because the KMART closest to me is over 150 miles away, so needless to say I never get to check out their selection. I can however tell you that KMART online sells some artificial Christmas trees with LED lights. The smallest and cheapest is a four foot Colorado Green Tree with 104 white LED lights and is $109.99. The largest Christmas tree they have is a nine foot Colorado Green Tree with 360 white LED lights and that one will cost you $399.99.
1. www.balsamhill.com– This is a Christmas tree company that sells a large variety of Christmas trees. One is a five and a half foot, fifty inch wide Noble Fir tree that has 495 candlelight LED lights. That one will cost you $599.99 and has free shipping. Or you could get a six foot tall, forty seven inch wide Adirondack Evergreen which has 250 multi colored LED lights and that one will run you $299.99. Another they have is a four and a half foot tall Fraser Fir with either candlelight LED or multi colored LED for $159.99. You could also get a six and a half foot tall, fifty eight inch wide tree of the same kind of tree with candlelight LED lights for only $269.99. Those are just few of the many trees they have for sale to choose from, so make sure you take a look so that you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
Well happy Christmas tree hunting and remember that LED lights are a lot more energy efficient then the standard ones.