New York, NY (PRWEB) December 19, 2012
WhoHasTheRemote.com regularly points out new methods that families can follow to save money on old traditions. In order to save during the holidays, families need alternatives on Christmas-related spending. This season, entrepreneurs are helping matters by providing holiday-related services at drastically reduced prices.
Tall, fancy pines are among the more expensive mainstays of holiday spending, especially for households that seek professional deliveries and installations. With nine-foot pines typically going for more than $350, Christmas trees are generally more expensive than the average dish network internet bundle. In an effort to help families save money this year, enterprising teams of installers have started offering trees at huge discounts.
In the boroughs of New York City, harvesters are offering Balsam Fir and Fraser Fir trees for under $200. With five-foot Balsams running as low as $85 dollars, thriftier NY families will now have another alternative on the holiday greenery. Best of all, these trees are fully installed by friendly, affable teams that passionately believe in spreading the Christmas cheer.
Some would argue that such prices are still extraneous, especially in light of the current economy. However, folks in other parts of the country should understand that a $169 Fraser is relatively inexpensive for New York residents. Compared to what most NE households spend on the best premium tv packages, the fir-delivery upstarts are offering prime deals on real trees.
WhoHasTheRemote.com encourages families to deck the halls this holiday season. At the same time, the site hopes that all of its readers will save money and enter the New Year on solid financial ground.
WhoHasTheRemote.com is where families come to learn of ways to save money during all months of the year. From birthday parties to Christmas celebrations, the site shares ideas that involve adjustments to typical spending habits.