Free tree when you spend £30 or more at B&Q!  - pick up the Daily Mail on Friday November 27 and cut out the Christmas Tree Voucher printed
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Free tree when you spend £30 or more at B&Q! - pick up the Daily Mail on Friday November 27 and cut out the Christmas Tree Voucher printed

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Found 27th Nov 2009Made hot 27th Nov 2009
Spruce up your home this Christmas with B&Q with this exclusive promotion for Daily Mail readers.

Your free tree does not include any decorations or tree base
Spend £30 or more at your nearest B&Q store on Friday November 27 or Saturday November 28, 2009 and get a FREE 4ft 5ft cut traditional Norway Spruce Christmas Tree (worth £9.98) while stocks last!

Dont forget, most B&Q stores are open until 9pm on Friday dont miss out!

For your nearest B&Q store visit diy.com or phone 0845 850 0175 (calls charged at local rate).
With Christmas fast approaching and belts a little tighter than usual, why not stock up on some Christmas gifts or decorations and then receive your tree for free?

With selected Christmas Decorations and lights ½ price, plus great deals on power tools for your Dad or husband and a huge range of beautiful cushions and throws you can get Christmas wrapped up at B&Q this year.



Read more: dailymail.co.uk/hom…tml

9 Comments

This is Brilliant! Was gonna be buyin wallpaper anyway! Will you be able to pay the difference for a bigger tree? Anyone know?

Also when does the voucher run out? as obviously no one wants a real tree this early?

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All your anwers are in the link provided by the … All your anwers are in the link provided by the OPhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1230828/Free-tree-spend-30-B-Q.html#ixzz0Y37b6CQ3



Quite idle of me! But it doesnt say if you can make up the difference for a better tree! You cant, i phoned up and asked!

Don't get a Norway Spruce! They're not as pretty and the needles drop quicker - Get a Nordic Pine, they smell better and keep better haha ho ho merry christmas!!!! x

They've also got Serbian trees, about £30-£40 each - I bet they pay about a quid for them.

cold. anything that requires you to buy the daily nazi is a cold cold deal.

[SIZE="2"]This is a cut tree and a traditional spruce at that. Bearing in mind that there are still 4 weeks until Christmas and, stretching a point, 3 weeks until the tree will be decorated, you might like to ask B&Q if they sell wood glue so you can stick all the needles back on.:w00t:

A traditional spruce will have a hard time lasting through the 12 days of Christmas, let alone the 6 weeks this tree would be expected to last.:-([/SIZE]

I read in the paper a couple of months back that Retailers only pay 15p for each xmas tree from china... Im not totally surprised by this deal... still good find!

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I read in the paper a couple of months back that Retailers only pay 15p … I read in the paper a couple of months back that Retailers only pay 15p for each xmas tree from china... Im not totally surprised by this deal... still good find!




For a bottom of the range artificial one maybe....newspapers are so full of sh*t, they love to make their stories far more dramatic than they are!

You ever seen a poundland tree? the little ones for desks in the office sort of thing about 5 inches high? i could see one of those costing 15 pence ...then along comes some horror story about how trees are costing 15p from china.
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