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Real Xmas trees at Asda (upto 6ft), one price (Needlefast Nordman Fir) £20.00 instore

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Needlefast Nordman Fir from Asda. All sizes available for £20. Much better deal than the Homebase one as this keeps needles for longer. 6ft at Homebase is £30 Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Needlefast Nordman Fir from Asda. All sizes available for £20.

Much better deal than the Homebase one as this keeps needles for longer.

6ft at Homebase is £30
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Fir?
#3
I always get "Fraser Fir" trees about six foot for £50 or so. Genuinely lasts from now till beginning of Jan, in front of a big cast iron radiator but with hardly any needle drops.

Love the smell, especially for the young'uns so is worth it to me but am open to better ideas. :p
#4
The mess with real trees..... it always needles me ;)
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buy a fir coat while you're in store :)
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bought one - the BEST BEST BEST real tree I have ever bought - and I am getting old! there is a very good stand for £7 with it, smells nice too
#7
we were off to a local place to get one (3 times the price) and saw these, took a gamble and it's a great looking tree, could drop like crazy though, time will tell.
#8
alexmurphy01
we were off to a local place to get one (3 times the price) and saw these, took a gamble and it's a great looking tree, could drop like crazy though, time will tell.

buy another on xmas eve and your still quids in. ive had this 'type' before and it lasted all the way through.
#9
soled73
alexmurphy01
we were off to a local place to get one (3 times the price) and saw these, took a gamble and it's a great looking tree, could drop like crazy though, time will tell.
buy another on xmas eve and your still quids in. ive had this 'type' before and it lasted all the way through.

I waited for the prices to drop last year, and I waited too long - some of the trees at B&Q went down to £10 but as others had said that they get sold off for 1p, I hung in there, however, too long. I won't make that mistake this year - off to Trago Mills tomorrow to see what they are charging, if no luck, will drop into Asda. Thank you.
#10
We got a smaller (approx. 3 feet tall) Christmas tree with roots from Asda reduced to £10, about 3 years ago. It is still going strong in its pot and growing slowly. We just bring it in for Christmas.
#11
robodan918
Fir?


No, it definitely must be fur ;) otherwise the title will be corrected
#12
aberdeenmarty
robodan918
Fir?
No, it definitely must be fur ;) otherwise the title will be corrected

Ah yes, got my homophones mixed up. oO Corrected.
#13
Are these trees prickly? I am planning on driving to Asda to pick one up today, but early this morning I noticed that Aldi was selling the Nordman Fir trees. I touched the needles on one of the trees and they are really sharp and prickly? I thought that the Fir tree type was supposed to be softer to the touch?
#14
Sophiasky
Are these trees prickly? I am planning on driving to Asda to pick one up today, but early this morning I noticed that Aldi was selling the Nordman Fir trees. I touched the needles on one of the trees and they are really sharp and prickly? I thought that the Fir tree type was supposed to be softer to the touch?

Nope - it's soft to the touch, and actually quite soft with a matt gloss finish oO - hope that helps

Edited By: soled73 on Dec 04, 2016 18:04
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soled73
Sophiasky
Are these trees prickly? I am planning on driving to Asda to pick one up today, but early this morning I noticed that Aldi was selling the Nordman Fir trees. I touched the needles on one of the trees and they are really sharp and prickly? I thought that the Fir tree type was supposed to be softer to the touch?
Nope - it's soft to the touch, and actually quite soft with a matt gloss finish oO - hope that helps

Went to Trago Mills today instead with my children. I ended up buying one of their Nordman Fir trees - nice and soft to touch as you stated. I'm 50 now and have never had a real tree (even as a child), so it was lovely to actually buy one today.

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