Those Wanting a Deal on a Christmas Tree Should Wait It Out
Buy your tree most cost effectively
A new collaboration between the National Christmas Tree Association (NCTA) and Square could help the public buy their next tree more cost effectively.
NCTA, working with the payments processor, launched a new calculator that helps pinpoint target times to buy trees, based on region, cost, and amount of time a customer wants to keep the tree.
The calculator, based on Square data from Christmas tree sellers and tree farmers, shows that some regions may have better luck getting a deal on a tree than others—for example, the Midwest and East Coast tend to be more favorable for getting one that lasts longer than three weeks under an average cost of $65, while the cheapest you’ll find a tree in the South with such a long lead time is $94.27.
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