6- to 7-Foot or 7- to 8-Foot Christmas Tree with Delivery from Backyard Produce (40% Off)

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Ready to be decorated for Christmas, fraser firs grown on local farms in the North Carolina mountains are delivered to homes

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Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per household. Online redemption required at http://byproduce.com/christmastreegrpn. Must fill in delivery information by 11/26/2013. Delivery the first week of December. Valid only for listed delivery areas. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Backyard Produce: 6- to 7-Foot or 7- to 8-Foot Christmas Tree with Delivery from Backyard Produce (40% Off)

Choose Between Two Options

  • $60 for a 6- to 7-foot Christmas tree with delivery ($100 value)
  • $69 for a 7- to 8-foot Christmas tree with delivery ($115 value)

Backyard Produce

Backyard Produce has a simple business model: they choose the best, sustainably and locally grown, organic produce and plant products from farmers and then deliver them to their clients in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Offering popular produce boxes in many different sizes, Backyard Produce also takes the hassle out of bringing home a Christmas tree—they'll deliver real frasier fir trees grown in North Carolina to clients' houses. Backyard Produce works with companies, as well, offering wellness programs for employees to help them lead a healthier lifestyle with ease.

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