SLIMLINE 6FT GREEN XMAS TREE  was £58 now £25.53 DELIVERED @ House of Fraser.
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SLIMLINE 6FT GREEN XMAS TREE was £58 now £25.53 DELIVERED @ House of Fraser.

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Found 6th Dec 2008
House of Fraser. For those who find some trees too wide for small spaces. This is 198cm (6FT) slim green pine. They also have black / silver slimlines ones for same price.

Delivery is £4. but use code FF08 to get 20% off original price. Also 7% off via QUIDCO so final price will be less than above

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Thanks iglimpse

Original Poster

Why cold?

Wilkinsons are the only other place where slimline ones still available but for a product you want last a few years, quality would really matter here. So Wilkinsons £5 cheaper but will it last more than a few uses?

Personally, no comparison for me for an extra fiver.

Don't just vote cold without finding a better deal

Banned

the Argos £7 tree (6ft slimline) isnt as nice, but the price difference would appeal to most in the current financial climate!

Original Poster

hankmarvin4;3678313

the Argos £7 tree (6ft slimline) isnt as nice, but the price difference … the Argos £7 tree (6ft slimline) isnt as nice, but the price difference would appeal to most in the current financial climate!



Agree, but they have had none in stock for a while now

can't seem to order at the mo
am i right in thinking that it will be available from midnight (6th) ?

also see they have a slim pre-lit led tree for £58 that is supposedly half price

does the 20% code really come off the original price?

looks like a good deal if so :gift:

Original Poster

The site was a bit slow yesterday.

available now

enter the code near the end, look for the box that says promotional code (top right), it is easy to miss!

Looks like a nice tree! I think you can really tell a cheap Christmas tree

Original Poster

StudentJo;3689167

Looks like a nice tree! I think you can really tell a cheap Christmas tree



Agree and especially if you want it to last few years and not just one year

iglimpse;3689176

Agree and especially if you want it to last few years and not just one … Agree and especially if you want it to last few years and not just one year



My son just destroyed the base on my old crimbo tree which was about 10 years old and still looked fab, I just bought a 60% off on from focus which was reduced from £50 to £20, I didn't do much looking around but it is hard to get a decent tree for this sort of price!

chihuahua;3682282

can't seem to order at the mo am i right in thinking that it will be … can't seem to order at the mo am i right in thinking that it will be available from midnight (6th) ?also see they have a slim pre-lit led tree for £58 that is supposedly half pricedoes the 20% code really come off the original price?looks like a good deal if so :gift:



Beware of the pre-lit ones, I got this one from Focus and although it was easy to put up I wasn't very impressed. The trees themselves tend to be much skinnier and wirey than the ones which aren't pre-lit and the lights themselves on most of them are not actually attached to the trees they are just a string of lights wound round individual branches, which in fairness wouldn't be impossible to do yourself. The LED lights are VERY bright in comparison to fairy lights, this is a good thing for a lot of people but it was the main reason I took my tree back... as a migraine sufferer they really gave me a headache. If I was advising someone I would say buy a nice tree which isn't pre-lit and some really nice fairy lights because you will get far more for your money and the lights on a pre-lit tree probably won't last that long anyway. The tree I ended up buying (from the same place) was not pre-lit but was a lot cheaper and a lot better quality.

focusdiy.co.uk/Chr…823

StudentJo;3689595

Beware of the pre-lit ones, I got this one from Focus and although it was … Beware of the pre-lit ones, I got this one from Focus and although it was easy to put up I wasn't very impressed. The trees themselves tend to be much skinnier and wirey than the ones which aren't pre-lit and the lights themselves on most of them are not actually attached to the trees they are just a string of lights wound round individual branches, which in fairness wouldn't be impossible to do yourself. The LED lights are VERY bright in comparison to fairy lights, this is a good thing for a lot of people but it was the main reason I took my tree back... as a migraine sufferer they really gave me a headache. If I was advising someone I would say buy a nice tree which isn't pre-lit and some really nice fairy lights because you will get far more for your money and the lights on a pre-lit tree probably won't last that long anyway. The tree I ended up buying (from the same place) was not pre-lit but was a lot cheaper and a lot better quality.http://www.focusdiy.co.uk/Christmas-Trees/6ft-Pre-Lit-Artic-Spruce-with-White-LEDs/invt/236823



Thanks so much for the advice and totally see what you mean!
would really like one of the unlit ones but seem to be out of stock at the mo:-(

chihuahua;3691420

Thanks so much for the advice and totally see what you mean!would really … Thanks so much for the advice and totally see what you mean!would really like one of the unlit ones but seem to be out of stock at the mo:-(



No problem! :thumbsup: My essay might have been a bit over the top but I do think they are a bit of a con, I thought it might just have been the ones in Focus but the ones in Debenhams are pretty much the same. I got one similar to this in Focus when they knocked 60% off all of them last weekend, if you can't get a House of Fraiser one might be worth a check in store although they are not slimline. Apparently Focus are in financial trouble at the moment anyway so might get a bargain!

focusdiy.co.uk/Chr…794
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