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$2,000 for a Christmas tree? Customers paying a higher price: WSJ
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This year, people are going all out for Christmas. There’s just one problem: finding a Christmas tree.
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On the streets of Hong Kong, 8-foot Noble Firs are selling for as much as $2,167 apiece, while in California and New York shoppers are paying more for what they say are inferior trees. And in the U.K. retailers are scrambling for more trees.
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS SELL OUT FASTER THAN USUAL
The pandemic means millions are unable to travel over the holiday season, and are celebrating at home instead. That’s produced a spike in demand for trees — and a run on decorations.