Got your list for Santa all ready? Time to add one more: A Christmas tree delivered to your door!
Yes, you read that right. This year, you don’t need to drag your honey out to haul home the tree you freeze your buns off choosing. In fact, you can leave him and his muscles right there on the couch where he is. This year, we are all about convenience. You know, the fun way to shop—online, from the comfort of your own cozy home.
Christmas Tree Home Delivery is Here!
In case you missed the news, Torontonians can now have their Christmas trees delivered to their doors along with their holiday cooking, baking and entertaining essentials, all thanks to Instabuggy, Toronto’s speediest grocery delivery app and online service. Now that’s convenient.
Been too busy to go out and get your tree? No worries. This holiday season, Instabuggy has partnered with Toronto’s Beech Nursery to offer three types of Christmas trees that will be wrapped and delivered to your door through December 22.
All you do is choose and order your tree here and Instabuggy takes care of the rest.
Instabuggy Christmas Tree Delivery Choices
Ready to pick your tree? Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir and Pine trees are available in a variety of sizes, depending on your space:
- 6-8 feet – $59.95
- 8-10 feet – $99.95
- 10-12 feet – $149.95
- 2.5-4 feet – $34.95 (Condo size)
- 4-6 feet – $44.95
- 6-8 feet – $59.95
- 5.5 – 7 feet – $49.95
Tree delivery is $9.99 if you live between St. Clair, Coxwell, Lakeshore and Dufferin (extended area delivery is $19.99) and tree delivery is available on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 8 am and 5 pm.
And there are more holiday treats to be had…
With Instabuggy, Torontonians can also order homemade turkey dinners like this one with white and dark meat, apple and onion sage stuffing, french green beans, maple roasted butternut squash, and buttermilk mashed potatoes from Summerhill Market. YUM.
What are you waiting for? Order your Xmas Tree today. Or better yet, enter our contest below! One lucky Brazen Woman will win a full-sized Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir, or Scotch Pine Christmas tree (depending on availability). Happy Holidays!