Balsam Hill Promo Codes & Coupon Codes
Use the Balsam Hill coupon code to get $40 off your purchase of $599 or more. Shop for stunning artificial Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands at great prices. Excludes Clearance.
Incredible savings when you shop at Balsam Hill. $80 off $999+ order. Excludes Clearance. Balsam Hill coupon code required.
Simply stunning artificial Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands made at the highest quality. Free shipping sitewide for all our Christmas tree products at Balsam Hill.
This Balsam Hill clearance sale lets you grab deep discounts on beautiful artificial Christmas trees. And since trends don't change much when it comes to Christmas trees, you never have to worry about your Stratton Valley Evergreen going out of style.
Recently expired coupons sometimes still work, so feel free to give this a try.
Shop clearance items at Balsam Hill and save up to 60%. Plus, you'll get free shipping on whatever you order. No coupon code required.
Did you need to throw away the Christmas Tree this year? Buy a new one now for next year and don't fight the crowds! Up to 40% off Winter Savings Event at Balsam Hill. Check us out today!
About Balsam Hill
When the windows start to get frosty, it’s time for a Balsam Hill coupon. Balsam Hill's realistic Christmas trees can "grow" up to 30 feet tall and can include features such as lux True Needle foliage. Available in diverse sizes and shapes, trees imbue homes with the holiday season's unique nostalgic joy. Once the tree's in place, a trip to the Balsam Hill website can decorate it with lights, accessories, and ornaments, such as the traditional tree-topping baking-soda volcano. Then, the rest of the home and yard gets a seasonal makeover with Balsam Hill’s faux branches, wreaths, and garlands. After that, there’s nothing left to do but wait for Santa to accent the tree by blanketing the floor beneath it with wrapped presents.
Balsam Hill promo codes infuse homes with picture-perfect Christmas spirit, but the story of the trees’ Rockwellian cheer has an unlikely start: allergies. Founder Thomas Harman's brother-in-law was allergic to natural pines, so Thomas scoured stores for an alternative. He encountered nothing but clearly fake plastic trees, and decided to do something about it. Thomas cast some Norway spruce molds, spent five years developing tree-making technology, and put his Stanford business degree to work by starting the Balsam Hill company in 2006. Today, his realistic trees enter living rooms not only in BH boxes, but through TV screens—Ellen and Rachel Ray’s sets display Balsam Hill trees each December.
As the natural-looking branches relaxedly preside over a cozy winter living room, it’s easy to forget that their prized realism is the result of hard work: designers diligently cast real trees in molds (from spruces and firs to cypress and myrtle) , and apply many different shades of green to get trees looking real. Despite this meticulous adherence to the look of earth-grown trees, hidden extras secretly impart some man-made conveniences: a foot pedal can control lights, for example. The resulting verisimilitude has earned awards and accolades. The Good Housekeeping Research Institute praised BH’s multihued, textured shading technique and lauded its natural-looking branch angles.
Eager to get a jump-start on Christmas, or ready to give your pet owl a realistic nest? Select a Balsam Hill coupon code and start making memories with the site’s holiday-season essentials.