Christmas Tree Delivery Is a Thing and We’re So on Board

The Christmas tree delivery service from Amazon—who else?—sends a fresh-cut fir right to your door.

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When it comes to preparing for the holidays, your list might seem never-ending. From making the perfect Christmas treats for neighbors and shopping for gifts to decorating the house, the season can go by fast. It’s no surprise that Hallmark and Amazon want to help you check off one major to-do: finding the perfect Christmas tree!

Amazon is offering fresh-cut Christmas tree delivery, starting November 19. You’ll now have more space in your holiday schedule for baking, decorating and starting family Christmas traditions.

What Kind of Trees Are on Amazon?

You can choose from six- to seven-foot tall balsam firs and Fraser firs or opt for a smaller three- to four-foot Scotch pine.

Here’s a closer look:

The real Christmas trees ship straight from a U.S. family-owned farm, according to Amazon. They’re double baled with twine and boxed up for shipping. Oh—and Amazon Prime members get free delivery, of course!

When Can You Expect Delivery?

These fresh-cut Christmas trees are available for preorder until they’re released on November 19.  The trees will start to ship out on November 23 and are expected to take two to five days to arrive.

Note that the six- to seven-foot tall Christmas trees don’t come with a stand, so you’ll want to have one at home. To keep that fir looking fresh all December long, be sure to give it plenty of water, place it away from direct heat and make sure your stand is sturdy. Follow our other Christmas tree care tips, too.

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Mandy Naglich
Mandy is a food and beverage writer with bylines at WNYC, Munchies, Mic and October. She's a Certified Cicerone and award-winning homebrewer living, writing and cooking in New York City.