It goes without saying that this holiday season will be different than usual in many ways, but putting up a fresh Christmas tree is one tradition you won’t have to skip this year.
Now throughout the holiday season, Walmart will deliver a live Christmas tree right to your doorstep, meaning you can stay safe and socially distanced at home — and still get a beautiful tree.
Delivery is free on all orders of $35 or more, including for other greenery items, like poinsettias, amaryllis and Norfolk Island Pines. To have a Christmas tree or other plant delivered, just head to Walmart’s website to choose your items and set a delivery time.
You’ll find trees as small as 3 feet and as tall as 9 feet — and they can all be delivered for free.
Walmart is also offering to hang holiday lights on the exterior of your home, which is perfect for those who don’t like getting on a ladder to do it themselves.
The service is offered for single-story and two-story homes, priced at $129 and $199, respectively. You will also need to provide the lights, clips and extension cords, but you can order them from Walmart at the same time as the service if need be. Walmart will also remove the lights after the season for an additional $99-$159.
While that’s it for the holiday home-delivery services that Walmart will be offering this year, the retailer will also be holding a Holiday Drone Light Show in select communities nationwide and online for everyone to view via a live-streamed event.
The Walmart Holiday Drone Light Show will feature nearly 1,000 drones, which will create 3D seasonal shapes and characters, all choreographed to holiday music.
The show will visit eight communities across the country starting Dec. 4, with free tickets available on Walmart’s website. If the show won’t be in your town, you can watch the magic unfold live on Walmart’s Facebook, Instagram and TikTok channels on Sat., Dec. 5 at 7:40 p.m. ET.
If you don’t see a Christmas tree you like at Walmart, Lowe’s and Home Depot are also offering Christmas tree delivery for online orders.
Will you be ordering a fresh Christmas tree online this year?
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