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What You'll Get
Like an eccentric uncle, the holidays often sneak up on people and leave tinsel wherever they go. Deck the halls with today’s Groupon to Mac’s Tree Shack in Temecula. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get a noble fir 6–7 feet tall (an $80 value).
- For $55, you get a noble fir 7–8 feet tall (a $110 value).<p>
Located at Peltzer Farms, Mac’s Tree Shack dispenses fresh-cut, premium-grade noble firs amassed in Oregon and ready for holiday trimming. Boasting thick, bluish-green needles and full, strong branches noble firs exude an enticing aroma while withstanding the bulk of heavier ornaments such as crystals shaped like snowflakes or anvils fitted with antlers. After considering ceiling height and abundance of decorations, patrons can elect to invite a specimen 6–7 feet tall into their home, or commit to the additional 12 inches of a 7- to 8-foot tree. Mac’s Tree Shack opens for the holiday season on Friday, December 2, giving ample time to search for an arboreal subject with the same height and NBA-franchise loyalty as Shaq.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Not valid until 12/2/11. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mac's Tree Shack
Come December, Mac's Tree Shack is stocked with three varieties of beautiful, lush, and fragrant fir trees in all shapes and sizes. The destination's noble, grand, and douglas firs each have unique appearances suited for various types of decoration. The grand fir emits a silvery glow from its glossy needles, while the noble fir shows off its thick, evenly-spaced branches that are able to hold up heavy ornaments or ambitious children. Mac's also stocks a variety of decorative wreaths and garlands fashioned from the fronds of these fragrant trees, some of which come dotted with berries and pinecones.