One thing that the coronavirus pandemic can’t cancel is Christmas. Although Christmas 2020 might look different this year, one thing that won’t change is the fact that most people will get a Christmas tree to help spread joy and cheer.  Lowe’s wants to help by offering an incredibly sweet service for those who are worried about shopping in person for a tree. The retailer has announced they will deliver your tree for FREE.

Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images
Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

According to CNN, you can order a tree from Lowe’s and they will DELIVER it for FREE. How awesome is that? I know this will be helpful to so many, especially the elderly.  Lowe’s is actually encouraging people to start celebrating the holidays earlier than usual this year so they are starting this service next week on October 30.

Anyone looking to get festive can order fresh-cut trees and wreaths online or in-store and have them delivered within two to five days. The delivery fee is FREE as long as the order is $45 or more.

This wonderful service is part of a holiday event for Lowes in hopes that more people will realize that the home improvement store is much more than hammers and nails. They also sell home goods like bedding, drapes, and decorative items. Surprisingly, something new to the chain are things like record players, air hockey tables, and Crayola toys.

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