YOU can pick up a real 7-foot Christmas tree for £10 at Home Bargains from today.
The bargain discounter has brought back its popular Nordmann trees for another year.
The tree was spotted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group and has already attracted over 1,000 comments – and shoppers are keen to pick it up in store.
One said: “Pretty sure that’s where we got ours last year and it was really good.”
While another added: “Wow, I think we’re gonna give it a go and save £40 anyways.”
Someone else commented: “We’ve had HB trees for the past two years and they’ve been amazing! Just as good as the £40 ones we used to buy.”
We asked Home Bargains which stores the trees will be available in across the country and will update you as soon as we know more.
The best deal we could find out there is IKEA’s real fir Christmas tree, which is currently selling for under a tenner ahead of the festive season.
We shopped around and found that Wickes is stocking a Nordmann fir Christmas tree for £25, which is £15 more expensive than the Home Bargains one.
Elsewhere on the market, John Lewis is offering its customers a similar tree for £65, costing you £55 more.
If you’re a Home Bargains fan, the discounter is selling snowman hot chocolate toppers for a bargain price.
You can also nab a gin advent calendar – and its cheaper than B&Ms.