Do you love having a live Christmas tree, but hate going out in the cold to buy it. Well, you don't have to anymore. Amazon is getting into the Christmas tree game!! It looks like Christmas tree vendors have a new major competitor this holiday season. According to reports, Amazon is set to start selling and delivering full-sized live Christmas trees. Starting sometime in November, customers will be able to pick between various types of live trees – including Douglas firs, Norfolk Island pines, and Fraser firs. The company has sold smaller live Christmas trees last year, but this time around the trees are a whopping seven-feet tall. The price to pay for getting your favorite tree delivered to your doorstep is a little steeper than your average street vendor, a seven-foot Fraser fir going for $115. Soon, customers will be able to custom order their tree and pick a convenient delivery date, too. Amazon will also offer buyers other holiday accessories like wreaths and garlands. So the question is, would you order your tree from Amazon to save yourself the cold, and tying the tree to the roof of the car and all of that, or do you prefer picking it out live? Let me know.
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