Shoppers are going mad for black Halloween CHRISTMAS trees from Home Bargains
HOME Bargains is selling black Halloween Christmas trees in a seasonal mash-up – and shoppers are going mad for them.
The Haunted House: Pre-lit 2ft Tree will cost you £6.99, and is the perfect way to bring a touch of Christmas spirit to Halloween celebrations.
At 2ft tall, it's perfect for decorating the table with and brightens up with orange LED lights.
You need three 1.5V batteries to power the lights and get your tree looking spooky.
Shoppers have spotted the tree being sold in stores and online – and they're going mad for them.
One eagle-eyed customer spotted the tree in her local Home Bargains store and uploaded it to the Money Saver Online Facebook group.
The post was liked and commented on by hundreds of shoppers keen to bag one for themselves.
One said: "This is one way to get your tree up now", while another commented: "I need one".
If you're planning on buying a tree from your local store, make sure to check ahead to see if it is being sold there – otherwise you might make a wasted trip.
For those looking to bag one online, be sure to factor in the cost of delivery.
This will cost you an extra £3.49 – so you'll end up spending £10.48 in total.
Delivery is only free if you spend £150 or more on your haul.
But before you splash out, shop around and check prices elsewhere online.
You could find the same – or a similar – item elsewhere.
We couldn't find a tree like this being sold for less at any other retailer.
But if you're planning on splashing out, you can get this 150cm black Christmas tree for £31.99 from Wayfair.
Looking forward to Christmas? Here are the best picks in Boots' half price sale on gift sets – and they make great stocking fillers.
The Argos toy sale is live and you can get half price off brands like Barbie and Playmobil.
We also round up a list of Black Friday dates when sales could start.
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