Walmart’s Christmas Tree Delivery Service is the Best Thing About the Holidays
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This year, Walmart is decking the halls for you.
The holidays are just around the corner, and you know what that means: all the sweet, seasonal treats and Hallmark Christmas movies you can handle. Of course, it’s not the holiday season without decorations. If you’re in desperate need of a Christmas tree this year—and we don’t mean the succulent kind—Walmart has your back. But did you know they can install your outdoor Christmas lights for you, too?
You read that right! Walmart is doing the holidays a little differently again this year with Christmas light installation and Christmas tree delivery. Kick back with a holiday special and let Walmart do the decking instead.
How Does Walmart’s Christmas Tree Delivery Work?
Don’t worry; a Walmart associate won’t be making their way down your chimney. Instead, they’ll arrive at your door with a live Christmas tree, an armful of lights and your choice of any other holiday plants you might like on the porch this year. Need a pretty poinsettia? Walmart will deliver that to you, too.
While the offer doesn’t include Walmart’s artificial trees, you can choose between a fresh-cut tree and a potted tree ranging anywhere from 3 feet to 9 feet tall.
How to Place an Order for Christmas Tree Delivery
Taking advantage of Walmart’s holiday generosity is very simple. Head to Walmart.com, find the live Christmas tree, holiday plant or outdoor lights that speak the spirit of Christmas to you, and click order. Easy!
If you’d like to have Walmart tackle light installation, add the Christmas Lights Installation Service to your cart. You can get three hours of their time for $249, which would work for a one-story home, while a two-story home will cost you closer to $399, which is their rate for six hours. If you’ve got a particularly large house or complicated lights, you can opt for eight hours of service at $499. It sounds steep, but we think it’s a pretty sweet deal considering the elbow grease you’ll save.
The Christmas light hanging services actually come from a partnership between Walmart and Handy, a home services company. You sign up for installation, and Handy will reach out to you via email to confirm an appointment. Then it’s time to kick back and let the professionals do the decorating for you.
No matter how you choose to decorate this year, this is Walmart’s way of saying “Happy Holidays!”