7 places to buy your live and artificial Christmas trees in Singapore

Shop Christmas trees at Masons Home Decor. (PHOTO: Masons Home Decor)

Shop Christmas trees at Masons Home Decor. (PHOTO: Masons Home Decor)

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SINGAPORE – With Christmas just around the corner, it is time to spruce up your festive decorations at home and in the office. Whether you are in the market for some live Christmas trees or a realistic-looking plastic one, Yahoo Lifestyle SEA has got you covered with our list below. 

(PHOTO: Masons Home Decor)

(PHOTO: Masons Home Decor)

Masons Home Decor

Masons Home Decor offers hyper-realistic artificial and German-engineered Christmas trees and is a one-stop-shop for all your festive decorations. To make festive shopping as painless and fuss-free as possible, the brand offers value bundles that come equipped with your chosen tree, baubles, tree topper, and LED string lights.

The brand’s most affordable Christmas tree starts from S$69 at 1.5m, and delivery is S$10 per order or free for purchases over S$150. Masons will also provide delivery and help you assemble the Christmas tree to make it easier for their shoppers. Other than the usual green and dense Christmas trees, you can also get white, gold, and pink trees at Masons. There are also over 100 Christmas ornaments and decorative items depending on your needs.

Shop now to enjoy up to 40 per cent early-bird discounts!

Amazon Singapore

(PHOTO: Amazon Singapore)

(PHOTO: Amazon Singapore)

Shopping online is a breeze when all you need to do is just to whip out your credit card. Amazon Singapore has a number of artificial Christmas trees available for delivery, from 6 feet (S$99) and 9 feet to brighten your home.

This 3 feet Christmas tree (S$81.43) even comes with acorns and fairy lights, to save you the effort to add additional ornaments. 

As gifting is the Christmas spirit, you may want to purchase this for your loved ones or friends: a pre-lit artificial mini Christmas Tree (S$45.82) that comes with LED Lights, glitter branches, red berries and a cloth bag base.

Ikea Singapore

Ikea Singapore is offering artificial Christmas trees at affordable prices, along with a wide variety of decorative ornaments. To top it all off, Ikea is also selling festive food and desserts. 

Part of Ikea’s Vinter 2021 collection includes live Christmas trees of 1.6m and 1.5m tall varieties, costing S$79 and S$59 respectively.

Far East Flora

As one of Singapore’s most popular places to go to for plants, it is no wonder that Far East Flora is offering gorgeous live Christmas trees for the festive season. Directly flying trees from the United States, all of Far East Flora’s Christmas trees come complete with a tree stand at no extra charge. 

The brand offers Nordmann and Noble Firs tree varieties, and early bird special discounts run from now till 30 Nov, with the most affordable 1.5m tall Noble Firs is only S$193 after discount. 

Delivery fees start from S$25 per address and will differ for trees based on their height. 

The Green Corner

The Green Corner offers Noble Fir Christmas trees flown in directly from the United States with heights ranging from 1.5m to 3.65m tall. Add-on decorations and make your Christmas decorations hassle-free this festive season. 

The Green Corner, a retail arm of Prince’s Landscaping, also offers free delivery, set-up, dismantle, and disposal for every tree purchased from them. 

Tangs Singapore

With different varieties of artificial Christmas trees available at Tangs’ Singapore, you can pick from fully decorated trees of 1.5m, 1.8m, and 2.1m to various types of fir, glitter, snow, and pine trees ready for you to don festive decorations on this Christmas. 

Get a tabletop mistletoe tree at only S$59.90, or take your pick from Tangs’ artificial trees starting from S$349. Available under the Christmas collection are LED lights, decorative baubles, festive food, gifts and hampers to make Christmas shopping easier. 

Delivery is free for orders above S$200 or S$12 for orders under S$200. 

Tidings Christmas Trees

Christmas tree. (PHOTO: Tidings)

Christmas tree. (PHOTO: Tidings)

At Tidings Christmas Trees, get green, white, blue, and even snow flocked artificial Christmas trees (from S$69) with free same-day delivery (for orders above S$100), or fully-decorated colour-themed trees from S$129. Trees come unassembled but you can add-on assembly services for S$15, and decoration services from S$25. 

1.5m and 2.1m artificial trees are available at Tidings and trees ordered before 5pm receive same-day delivery. Many of their trees are in low quantity or running out of stocks, so get your order in as soon as possible. Use promo code TIDINGS5 to get a 5% discount at checkout. 

Marks & Spencer

Snow-dusted wreath. (PHOTO: Marks & Spencer)

Snow-dusted wreath. (PHOTO: Marks & Spencer)

If Christmas trees are too much of a hassle for you, a beautifully decorated snow-dusted wreath for your door might just do the trick. Pick one up at Marks & Spencer Singapore online for S$13.90 onwards.

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