Walmart sells $60 Christmas tree stand for just $28 – but there’s a catch

WALMART has reduced a $60 Christmas tree to just a fraction of the price ahead of the holiday season.

Gymax’s green Christmas tree stand is only $27.99, but it may not fit all of your decorations.

Walmart is selling a Christmas tree for just $28, but there's a catch


Walmart is selling a Christmas tree for just $28, but there’s a catchPhoto credit: Getty
The Green Gymax Christmas Tree is an incredibly affordable option for holiday decorating, but it's only 5 feet tall


The Green Gymax Christmas Tree is an incredibly affordable option for holiday decorating, but it’s only 5 feet tall
Buyers will have to pay a little more if they want a larger tree


Buyers will have to pay a little more if they want a larger treePhoto credit: Getty

At just 5 feet tall, the cheap decoration may not be the centerpiece of the home, but could be a great addition to any apartment or college dorm.

It can be purchased on the Walmart website and comes disassembled into just three pieces that can be easily stacked one inside the other.

According to the product description, the sturdy metal base helps support the tree and makes it look more realistic and full.

There are also plastic feet underneath the base so that wooden floors are not scratched.

If you are looking for an equally inexpensive but larger tree, you can also order the centerpiece in a larger size.

A 6-foot tree costs just $34.99 while the 7-foot tree sells for $41.99.

And for just $48.99, a shopper can get a giant, 8-foot-tall Christmas tree.

The vast majority of shoppers enjoyed their purchase, with 495 reviews giving it an average of four stars out of five.

A customer was full of Christmas joy after giving a tree to a friend, who was immediately delighted with the gift.

Another buyer bought several cheap trees and assembled them into a forest scene.

She wrote: “Green is a bit too green and it was a bit messy with a few needles falling off but great for the price.”

Some of the negative reviews suggest that some buyers were not impressed with the size or fullness of the tree.

“The tree looks terrible and has lots of gaps,” one person wrote.

“Even after we fluffed it up, we tried to make it look nice but still have gaps.”

Another person described the tree as looking like a “plucked chicken,” while another said the image of the product was misleading.

“There are no pine leaves in the middle of the tree trunk,” one person wrote.

“They only put it on the outermost part of the branch. I’m super disappointed, $70 wasted.”

While this tree might be a godsend, there is another highly sought-after tree at Walmart that sells for less than $200.

The Milford Index pre-lit tree has gone viral because it stands a massive 7.5 feet tall and features 1,200 clear, micro-dot LED lights.

It also has a particularly stable upper branch that supports the top of the tree.

TikToker Jaz (@theohiogirljaz) bought the tree and shared a video of the easy assembly.

“I know we’re seeing a lot of viral trees this year, but you can tell by my excitement that this is ‘the’ tree,” she said.

Each section of the tree snapped easily into the section below and the branches folded out from the center.

Jaz said that it looked realistic compared to other artificial trees and that she was obsessed with it.

“It’s really hassle-free and doesn’t require a lot of fluffing, which I love,” she said.

Meanwhile, there’s another tree at Walmart that’s only 6 feet tall and only costs $39.

Additionally, buyers had poor reviews for another tree from Home Depot and returned it after three days.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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