I’ve scoured the web, bought lots of trees (and returned them!) to find you the very best artificial Christmas trees!
Great price points and great reviews. The trees I’ve selected have some of the best reviews but be sure to read them for yourself before making a decision! Luckily, Walmart offers easy returns!
If you don’t want to mess around and don’t mind investing in a tree that will last forever, then you can’t beat Balsam Hill. I own 2 of their trees and they are probably the most realistic and best quality.
I bought a few of these artificial trees this year to test the quality and was quite impressed. The price points are great, shipping is super quick but returns are a bit of a hassle (I had to pay $30 to return each of the trees I purchased).
If you’re considering an artificial tree for Christmas 2020, then you won’t go wrong with this list. Spring for the greatest amount of needle tips per your budget and the largest size your room will allow to get the best look.
King of Christmas
King Of Christmas is another online retailer of artificial Christmas trees that I love. I own one of their trees (the 6ft Prince flocked, pictured below) as well as several pre-lit wreaths.
The quality is great, although they are slightly less realistic than the Balsam Hill trees. The price point is great and they run really good sales as well as free shipping if you purchase in the fall. My tree is $199 during the sale, which after having it for over 4 years, works out cheaper than having to buy a real tree every year!
Their flocked trees are heavily flocked. The flocking does come off a bit during assembly, but even after 4 years it doesn’t look any different than the day I bought it!
On a tighter budget? Either opt for a smaller tree, or invest in some faux greenery and lots of ornaments to fill in the gaps!