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Canadian Tire's Christmas Sale Has All The Festive Decor You Didn't Know You Needed

You can save up to $150 on Christmas trees and 50% off festive lights!

With Halloween fast approaching and the fall season in full swing, it’s almost time to start thinking about Christmas. Whether you’re counting down the days or wishing away the winter, Canadian Tire’s Christmas sale has all of the festive junk that you didn’t know you needed, and it’s arrived just in time for you to make the most of the season!

After a recent study revealed that Canadians are spending more on Christmas presents and food than the whole of December’s rent, these pre-season sales at Canadian Tire are probably worth making the most of. With everything from fake Christmas trees, to outdoor lights and 10 ft festive garden statues, their massive seasonal sale probably has something to brighten up your home this Christmas.

According to the Canadian Tire website, you can save up to $150 on indoor Christmas trees, get 50% off festive lights, 40% off indoor decorations and 20% off Christmas outdoor decorations. However, the sale is only active while supplies last, so if you find something special, don’t wait too long!

If you’re looking to skip the busy stores, save a bit of money, and not even have to get off the sofa, here are just some of the items that are a part of Canadian Tire’s mega pre-Christmas festive sale.

Outdoor Airblown Inflatable Metallic Balloon Dog, Green, 6.5-ft

Original Price: $149.99

Sale Price: $124.99

Why You Need It: Short answer is, you don't. That said, it's a pretty unique outdoor decoration and it's much more fun than a boring-old sparkly Santa. With a saving of $25, it would be rude not to!

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NOMA Pre-Lit King Christmas Tree 7.5-ft

Original Price: $399.99

Sale Price: $199.99

Why You Need It: It's certainly not the most exciting Christmas sale item that Canadian Tire is selling, but with a saving of $200, this is a genuine bargain. If you've been waiting for a good discount to replace your old, broken, cat-pulled-it-down-too-many-times tree, here's your chance.

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Airblown Pre-Lit Grinch & Max in Chimney Inflatable, 5.5-ft

Original Price: $119.99

Sale Price: $99.99

Why You Need It: Nothing says Christmas time like The Grinch. This sneaky inflatable will make you the most popular people on the street. Even better, now it's less than $100, so you can probably justify the purchase to your significant other. Probably.

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Scentsicles Scented Tree Ornaments, Oh Christmas Tree, 6-pk

Original Price: $9.99

Sale Price: $7.99

Why You Need It: While we can probably all agree that Scentsicles is a terrible name for something on your Christmas tree, these nifty little decorations smell like pine, giving your plastic tree that deliciously Christmassy scent. It's cheating, but it counts.

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CANVAS Pre-Lit LED Pure White Blossom Tree, 336-count, 6-ft

Original Price: $124.99

Sale Price: $99.99

Why You Need It: Plain, classy and a bit fancy, these are Christmas decorations for people who don't really want Christmas decorations. With a saving of $25, you really can't go wrong here.

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Outdoor Airblown Living Projection Snow Globe

Original Price: $229.99

Sale Price: $199.99

Why You Need It: This is the most extra Christmas decoration in Canadian Tire's seasonal sale, and it's only appropriate for those ultimate Christmas people. It costs $200, and people will definitely stop to take pictures of your house more often than you'd like, but it's Christmassy. And that's a good enough reason.

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Many of the sale items are listed as having a "limited time only" offer price. Narcity has reached out to Canadian Tire for further information about the end date of the sale. This article will be updated when a response is received.

To view a full list of sale items, make sure to view Canadian Tire's website here.

With just over a month to go until December officially begins, there's no sense in waiting. Go and get your Christmas on!

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