Costco Real Christmas Tree 2019

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It’s that time of the year where the Costco real Christmas trees come around. Most stores will have them by Black Friday, and they won’t last all that long. What’s great about the live Christmas trees is they are a tremendous value, usually ranging from $32 to $60 for an 8ft tree. The price differences relate to the type of Christmas tree being offered in that location as well as how far the fresh cut Christmas trees had to be trucked in. Not all Costco locations offer Christmas trees, so we’ve attempted to compile a list of all the known Costco locations with real Christmas trees.

All Costco locations offer fake Christmas trees that are beautiful, but not all offer the real Christmas trees in 2019. Normally there will be a large trailer parked near the building that is full of trees. They’re fully wrapped up, which means you cannot see what they’re going to look like before you buy them. The good news is that they’re great trees and you can’t really go wrong. If for some reason you get a bad one you can always return it to Costco, but please don’t be one of those people who returns a dead tree after Christmas. Oftentimes you’ll pay for the tree inside and then bring your receipt out to the truck to pick it up.

Costco Christmas Tree Prices and Locations

Confirmed 2019 Locations

(Leave a comment if your location has them!)

  • Livermore, CA
  • Ann Arbor, MI ($37.99 Fraser Fir)
  • Kahului, HI
  • Santa Maria, CA
  • Cranberry Township, PA

Costco Locations that carried real Christmas trees in 2018 (and likely 2019):

Bay Area Region ($56.99 Noble Fir, $34.99 Douglas Fir)

  • Rohnert Park, CA
  • Concord, CA
  • Eureka, CA
  • Reno, NV
  • Citrus Heights, CA
  • Livermore, CA
  • Redwood City, CA
  • Woodland, CA
  • Vallejo, CA
  • Antioch, CA ($34.99)
  • San Jose, CA — Great Oaks/Raleigh
  • South San Francisco, CA — Airport Blvd ($34.99)
  • Vacaville, CA ($34.99 Douglas Fir)
  • Cal Expo, CA ($34.99 Douglas Fir)
  • Elk Grove, CA ($34.99 Douglas Fir)

Northwest Region ($49.99 – $56.99 Noble Fir, $31.99 Douglas Fir)

  • Issaquah, WA (1900 trees)
  • Kirkland, WA ($49.99)
  • Aurora Village, WA
  • Covington, WA ($31.99)
  • Federal Way, WA
  • Orem, UT
  • Sandy, UT
  • Lehi, UT
  • Nampa, ID
  • Murray, UT
  • South Ogden, UT
  • South Jordan, UT
  • Spanish Fork, UT

Southwest Region ($56.99 – $59.99 Noble Fir, $34.99 Douglas Fir)

  • Huntington Beach, CA
  • Tustin, CA ($56.99)
  • Marina, CA
  • Sand City, CA ($34.99)
  • Kailua-Kona, HI ($59.99)
  • Chula Vista, CA
  • Simi Valley, CA
  • Fontana, CA ($34.99)
  • Eastvale, CA ($34.99)
  • Victorville, CA
  • Bakersfield, CA ($34.99)
  • Norwalk, CA ($34.99)
  • Rancho Cucamonga ($34.99)
  • San Diego, CA — Moreno Blvd
  • Moreno Valley, CA ($31.99)
  • Azusa, CA
  • Montclair, CA ($34.99)
  • Lake Elsinore, CA
  • Monterey Park, CA ($34.99)
  • La Habra, CA ($34.99)
  • Temecula, CA ($34.99)
  • Inglewood, CA ($34.99)
  • Oxnard, CA (Douglas Fir)
  • Hawthorne, CA ($34.99)
  • Lakewood, CA ($34.99)
  • Corona, CA ($34.99)
  • San Dimas, CA ($34.99)
  • San Marcos, CA (Escondido) $34.99
  • Santee, CA ($34.99)
  • Hanford, CA ($34.99)
  • Lancaster, CA (Douglas Fir)
  • Chula Vista, CA — Broadway ($34.99)
  • Tuscon, AZ
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • Chandler, AZ ($59.99)
  • NW Tuscon, AZ ($59.99)
  • N Phoenix, AZ
  • Gilbert, AZ ($59.99)
  • Westminster, CO
  • Superior, CO
  • Thornton, CO
  • Gypsum, CO
  • SE Gilbert, AZ
  • St George, UT
  • Arvada, CO
  • Poway, CA
  • East Colorado Springs, CO ($59.99)
  • Parker, CO
  • Sheridan, CO
  • Timnath, CO
  • Las Vegas, NV — N Decatur ($34.99)
  • Henderson, NV ($34.99)
  • Albuquerque, NM ($36.99)

Northeast Region ($54.99 Fraser Fir)

  • Chantilly, VA
  • East Hanover, NJ
  • Wayne, NJ ($39.99 Balsam Fir)
  • White Marsh, MD
  • Pittsburgh, PA ($44.99)
  • Limerick, PA ($44.99)
  • Alexandria, VA ($49.99)
  • Melville, NY ($39.99)

Southeast Region ($41.99 – $54.99)

  • Raleigh, NC ($54.99)
  • Winston Salem, NC
  • Cumming, GA ($42.99)
  • Pembroke Pines, FL
  • Knoxville, TN ($41.99)
  • Buford, GA ($41.99)
  • Greenville, SC ($41.99)
  • Miami, FL — Kendall ($44.99)
  • Boca Raton, FL ($44.99)
  • Clearwater, FL ($44.99)
  • Wesley Chapel, FL (Frasier Fir)

Midwest Region ($41.99)

  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Dayton, OH
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Strongsville, OH
  • Shelby Township, MI
  • Mt Prospect, IL
  • Naperville, IL

Texas Region

  • Pearland, TX
  • El Paso, TX ($19.99)
  • Houston, TX ($54.99 Frasier Fir)
  • Pflugerville, TX

Frequently Asked Questions

When does Costco get real Christmas trees?

We’ve seen them as early as November 26th this year. Most will have them by Black Friday. Last year the Southwest region got them a couple weeks after Thanksgiving.

When does Costco get the fresh Christmas wreath?

These start showing up in stores about a week and a half before Thanksgiving. This year we saw them as early as November 19th.

Is there a Costco Christmas tree review?

The fresh cut trees are beautiful and we highly recommend them. We also are huge fans of the artificial Christmas trees sold at Costco.

When does Costco get pre-lit Christmas trees?

Christmas Tree on Sale

Christmas Tree on Sale for Black Friday

They start showing up as early as Labor Day (beginning of September). Due to popularity they sell out by early December.

Is there ever a Costco Christmas tree sale?

For the first time that we remember, there is a sale on Costco artificial Christmas trees. As seen in the Black Friday ad, the 7.5′ pre-lit Christmas tree is on sale from November 22nd through December 2nd.

Tips for getting a Costco real Christmas tree?

Keep it wrapped until you get it home. Then, put it in a bucket of water before opening so that the needles can get some much needed water. Open it a couple days later to avoid losing lots of needles.

What types of fresh Christmas trees does Costco get?

We’ve seen Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, Fraser Fir and Balsam Fir in different parts of the country.

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One Response to “Costco Real Christmas Tree 2019”

  1. Lydia King says:

    I purchased a real tree at Costco this year, and it has been a HUGE disappointment. It was $50. We brought it home and cut the end off and set it in water. The tree has dried up, the limbs have withered, even though I have ensured there is plenty of water. It has dropped and broken 3 ornaments. It didn’t even last two weeks.

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