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Artificial Christmas Trees Could See Double-Digit Price Increase This Year Due To Supply Chain Issue

Uh-oh. Wonder how Santa feels about this.

If you’re planning on getting a new artificial Christmas tree this year, you might want to start shopping now — or risk paying a lot more later on.

Industry experts say prices on fake trees could go up by double-digit percentages.

That’s because of a supply chain issue worldwide caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and high shipping expenses.

The American Christmas Tree Association says up to $2 billion worth of artificial trees are sold every year.

Let’s settle the debate now: Real vs. Artificial Christmas trees – Which is best?

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