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Where to buy a Christmas tree online in the Philippines

You can't celebrate the holidays without a Christmas tree. Here's where to buy one online.

A Christmas celebration is not complete without a beautiful tree. Whether you prefer something traditional or opt for one that’s a little more unique, we’re here to help.

Keep on scrolling to see exactly where you can get your hands on a Christmas tree for your home. We’ve also included retailers that offer free shipping options.

Check out our buying guides on Christmas gifts and decorations too.

Top retailers to buy Christmas trees online

  • The SM Store

Christmas tree from Lazada

1. Lazada

Online retail giant Lazada is a great place to get the perfect Christmas tree up to 6 feet high. Add in some hanging glitters, shiny balls, Christmas stockings and a star topper to complete your holiday theme.

  • Secure payment with Lazada Wallet, credit or debit cards, GCash or COD
  • Vouchers up to 90% off
  • Great deals on daily flash sale
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Christmas tree from Shopee

2. Shopee

Putting up and decorating the Christmas tree remains one of the most revered traditions during the holidays. Shopee has a great array of holiday trees and decorations that will fit any holiday theme.

  • Earn Shopee coins for every transaction
  • Free shipping vouchers when you pay using ShopeePay
  • Pay via debit/credit card or COD
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Christmas tree from SM

3. SM Store

SM is one of the Philippines’ biggest department stores. It’s got everything from Christmas trees to sparkly holiday decor, trimmings and lights that suit every theme. Store hours in most areas are still limited due to pandemic restrictions, so make sure to schedule your shopping accordingly.

  • Shipping and store pick-up delivery options available
  • Get all your Christmas decorations fast from one place
  • Competitive pricing

Christmas tree decorating ideas

DIY Christmas tree made of spoon

DIY Christmas tree

If you’re tired of decorating the same old tree you’ve used every year, why not try recycling a few items from your pantry? Here is a fun and environmentally-sound concept for creating your own Christmas tree from plastic spoons.

minimalist Christmas tree

Minimalist and rustic

Sticking with simple and neutral hues to draw more attention to the tree itself.

wall mounted Christmas tree

Wall-mounted Christmas tree

Perfect for small spaces. This is quick and easy to put up, even easier to take down and store.

pink Christmas tree

The pink tree

How about a fabulous pink tree to shake things up a little this year? Gold trimmings and ornaments could provide a dramatic flair to this unique Christmas tree.

Covid themed Christmas decor

Covid-themed decorations

Being in a pandemic certainly isn’t on anyone’s list of ways to celebrate Christmas. Filipinos have always found ways to create lighthearted moments even in the worst of crises. These Covid-themed Christmas tree decors are fun, current and a great reminder to remain vigilant even during the holiday season.

Image source: Pinterest, Amazon

Alternatives to online Christmas shopping for Christmas decorations

After the government allowed the gradual re-opening of businesses in all sectors to help the economy recover amid the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers now have more buying options than online shopping. Malls and non-essential businesses have opened up again, albeit with limited workforce and hours. Despite an announcement from the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) allowing minors to enter malls, local government chiefs and medical professionals insist this is not safe and urge parents to keep their kids at home.

Divisoria, the quintessential shopping haven for bargain hunters, has seen a surge of Christmas shoppers in recent weeks as well. If you are looking for massive choices, bulk buys, rock-bottom prices and the ability to haggle for even more discounts from sellers, Divisoria is hard to beat.

However, worrying reports of overcrowding in key streets and malls in the Divisoria area prompted Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domogoso to issue an appeal to eager Christmas shoppers to observe proper protocols such as social distancing and proper wearing of protective equipment such as masks and face shields.

The Department of Health echoed the sentiment, likewise warning the public of the high risk of acquiring COVID-19 from crowded areas.

Online shopping vs physical store shopping

Trying to decide how best to shop for materials for your homemade Christmas gifts? See if the pros and cons detailed below can help.

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Online shopping

Pros
  • Shop from the comfort and safety of your home
  • Ability to quickly compare products from different sellers and platforms
  • View seller and product feedback from verified customers
Cons
  • Not having the ability to closely examine products
  • Item may be damaged during shipping
  • Returning damaged or wrong items can be a hassle

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Physical store shopping

Pros
  • See and examine the actual item before buying
  • If in a tiangge setting, the ability to haggle for discounted prices
  • No need to wait for days before you can enjoy your purchase
Cons
  • Risk of overcrowding especially in popular shopping areas
  • Risk of being exposed to COVID-19
  • With limited public transportation available, commuting to shopping hotspots can be a challenge

Which of these retailers offer free delivery?

  • Lazada: Free shipping for select sellers
  • Shopee: Free shipping for select sellers


When to put up your Christmas tree

Traditionally, Christmas trees would go up on Christmas Eve and it was considered bad luck to put it up any earlier than that. This practice is no longer common, as people prefer to get into the festive spirit a lot earlier – and they’re also time poor.

If you’re really excited, we imagine you prefer to put up your Christmas tree as soon as Halloween is over and 1 November hits.

Alternatively, 1 December is also a common date to put up your Christmas tree.


When to take down your Christmas tree

Again, there are no set rules or regulations.

Generally, people tend to take down their Christmas tree sometime in early January, particularly once the New Year festivities are over.

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