Amazon Selling Live Christmas Trees This Year

It's a holiday tradition for some families to go to a Tree Farm and cut down their tree for Christmas but if schedules are too busy just call Amazon. 

Believe it or not, Amazon is shipping seven-foot Christmas trees this year. The trees will be offered in both Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines. They will be bound and shipped without water in the Amazon box, with the company promising they’ll be fine since they’ll be sent within ten days of being cut down, if not earlier. 

The online marketplace’s trees, wreaths and garlands are set to hit the market in November, and you may even be able to get free shipping if you’re a Prime member. The seven-foot Fraser fir will cost $115, while a wreath will go for $50. 

This actually isn’t the first time Amazon has sold trees, but it is the first time they are delivering such large ones. In the past, Amazon only sold trees shorter than three-feet.

CBS News

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