Watch a Livestream of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

Watch a Livestream of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

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One of New York City’s favorite holiday traditions is the giant Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center which will be lit every night until January plus 24 hours on December 25. For those who just can’t get enough of this iconic tree, now you can watch a livestream of the 94-foot Norway Spruce when you’re bored at the office or just have time to waste. Why not enjoy this majestic tree and its thousands of lights from the comfort of home instead of going out in the cold? Watch here.

Another holiday tradition you can enjoy from the comfort of home is buying a Christmas tree. No spending all day Saturday in search of the right tree and hauling it home – not if you live in New York City! Christmas Tree Brooklyn can bring the perfect tree to your home or office for a price far lower than you’d pay at your local lot or home store.

The best trees

You won’t find dry, scraggly trees at Christmas Tree Brooklyn because they sell only premium Fraser Firs that are fresh and ready to decorate your home until New Year’s Day. Trees are available in sizes from three to 14 feet so you’re sure to get just the one you need.

The best service

At Christmas Tree Brooklyn you can pick your tree in person at their flagship location of 184 Underhill Ave. in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, or order online at ChristmasTreeBrooklyn.com. Either way, you’ll get free same day delivery to your home or office. If you need setup, that’s available for a small extra charge. If you have questions, call (347) 474-0079.

The best prices

The prices at Christmas Tree Brooklyn aren’t just lower than those of other tree delivery businesses, they’re lower than you’ll find at local lots or supermarkets. For a limited time, all trees up to 10 feet are just 12 a foot! That means that a 6-foot tree is just $72 and delivery is always free. If you need extras like lights, a stand, a wreath or tree food, those can be part of your delivery.

For a true NYC holiday, what could be better than watching the Rockefeller Center tree on your TV or computer screen while basking in the glow of your own beautiful, fragrant tree from Christmas Tree Brooklyn?