Donald Trump is the president-elect, Kim Kardashian got robbed at gun-point, and none other than 90’s relic Tom Arnold may emerge as the world’s lord and savior.
To put it mildly, 2016 was the year of the unexpected. Topping it all off was Mariah Carey’s disastrous New Year’s Eve performance, reminding all that even the mightiest and most treasured occasionally stumble and fall.
Truth is, everyone has at one time or another experienced a New Year’s blunder. So much hope, so much expectation– everyone puts all of their eggs in one basket, praying that a New Year’s celebration well-spent will lay the groundwork for a prosperous year ahead. They make reservations at the best restaurant they probably can’t afford, pick out an outfit they absolutely can’t afford, and then head to a club that nobody on Earth can afford.
New York City-based comedy duo On The Pot said it best with their holiday jingle “I Dropped The Ball (on New Year’s Eve)” hilariously depicting the fact that even the best laid plans often go awry. The two transform into different characters, each one standing in their way of having the night they’d hoped for. Bonus: They also offer a crazy explanation as to why they annually drop the ball in Times Square (hint: it’s anatomically-related).
Alas, all anyone can really do is soldier on and work to make 2017 a better year for the world at large. What’s important to keep in mind is that each new year brings with it a fresh and clean slate, no matter how poorly the evening of December 31st went.
Here’s a happy, healthy, and unblemished 2017!
The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree isn’t the only iconic evergreen in New York City this holiday season. Last night the Washington Square Tree was officially lit under the famous arch. New Yorkers can enjoy the 45-foot spruce and its myriad of twinkling lights every evening from 4 p.m. until 1 a.m. this season.
Since most of us don’t have room for a 45-foot tree in our living rooms, we’ll be looking for something more manageable, like a tree standing three to eight feet. Most of us will also be looking for the lowest price on this tree which is why New Yorkers should be shopping at Christmas Tree Brooklyn!
This family-owned tree seller has always had the lowest prices in town and for a limited time all trees up to 10 feet are just $12 per foot. That means you can buy a 3-foot tree for $36, a 5-foot tree for $60 or an 8-foot tree for $96. That’s less than $100 for a fresh, quality Fraser Fir. Best of all, delivery is free anywhere in New York!
If you need to be convinced of the quality and low prices you can find at Christmas Tree Brooklyn, check out their flagship location at 184 Underhill Ave. in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. There you will find a large selection of trees in sizes from 3 feet to 14 feet, all of them fresh, full and beautiful. Pick a tree and it will be delivered free the same day.
You can also order a tree online from the comfort of your home or office. Just go to ChristmasTreeBrooklyn.com and pick the size tree you need and your delivery time. Check out and that’s it! Your tree will be delivered free the same day and if you need setup, it’s just a small extra charge. If you need lights, a stand or a wreath, those can be added to your order. If you have any questions call (347) 474-0079.
It’s always fun to admire spectacular trees like the one in Washington Square but your favorite tree is sure to be the one in your own living room!
Reading about that 13-foot tree selling for $1,000 in Greenwich Village must have made some New Yorkers very nervous – the ones that were planning to buy a tree the same size. The good news is that you don’t have to spend anywhere near a grand to get a great big tree!
At Christmas Tree Brooklyn you can get a tree in any size from 3 feet to 14 feet with trees up to 10 feet going for just $12 a foot. Even if you want a tree taller than 10 feet you can still get the lowest price in town.
Let’s say you want a 12-foot tree. At Christmas Tree Brooklyn you can get the tree for $300. Add an extra large tree stand for $110, set-up for $49.99 and NY taxes and your total would be $500.77.
Want to go a bit bigger? A 13-foot tree would be $325. With the stand, set-up and taxes, your total would be $527.99. Go all the way up to 14-feet and your total would be $555.21. Not cheap, but certainly much less than the $1,000 being charged by that other NYC tree seller.
You also save on delivery since it’s free! Even when you buy a 14-foot tree, same day delivery is free anywhere in New York City.
There are two easy ways to buy your great big gorgeous tree from Christmas Tree Brooklyn. You can drop by the flagship location at 184 Underhill Ave. in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn and choose your tree in person from the big selection of Fraser Firs. Or you can go to ChristmasTreeBrooklyn.com and order your tree online. Either way, delivery to your home of office is free.
If you need lights, tree food or a wreath, those can be added to your order for delivery. If you have questions about buying your tree, call (347) 474-0079 and the friendly Christmas Tree Brooklyn staff can tell you anything you need to know.
Getting a great big tree doesn’t have to be a great big hassle when Christmas Tree Brooklyn takes care of all the work so you can relax and enjoy your most magnificent tree ever!
An article from AOL Finance this week painted a pretty bleak picture of shopping for a Christmas tree in New York City. “Finding a Christmas tree in New York City on a sidewalk surrounded by concrete and taxi cabs is a lot like buying a fishing boat inside a shopping mall: You get the feeling this is not natural, and neither is the pricing.”
Unless you have the time (and the money, and a truck and a saw) to drive way out into the snowy woods to cut down your own tree, you’re going to have to shop for one on the streets of New York. Wading through a pile of dry, sad looking trees while shivering in the 40-degree cold is not the kind of experience that fills one with holiday cheer. And that’s before you look at the prices of those third-rate trees.
Fortunately, you live in NYC and that means you can get anything delivered, including a Christmas tree! While there are places all over the city where you will pay a very high price for this convenience, you have an alternative – Christmas Tree Brooklyn!
At Christmas Tree Brooklyn, you will find only fresh, green Fraser Firs, premium trees that will keep their good looks through the holiday season. You will also find the lowest prices in town for trees of this quality. Right now, trees up to 10 feet are just $12 per foot, meaning that you can get a fresh fir for as little as $36. You’ll find a wide range of sizes from 3 feet to 14 feet, all of them full and beautiful!
Not only are the trees at Christmas Tree Brooklyn totally stunning, delivery is free anywhere in New York City. If you want to pick out your tree in person, drop by the flagship location at 184 Underhill Ave. in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and choose from the large selection. For the ultimate in convenience, order your tree online at ChristmasTreeBrooklyn.com. Either way, same day delivery is free.
Need help setting up your tree? That’s available for a nominal extra charge. Need a wreath, a stand or lights? Those can be added to your order. Have questions? Call (347) 474-0079 for more information or aid in choosing a tree.
Getting the tree of your Christmas dreams doesn’t have to be difficult – or expensive!
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?
The celebrity news sites are full of stories about how well-heeled actors, musicians and athletes are decorating their trees this year. Word has it that Kylie Jenner’s tree was almost too tall to fit into her multi-million dollar mansion! Meanwhile, the rest of us are trying to figure out how to have a happy holiday on a budget.
The lowest prices on trees
If you want to spend $100 or less on a real, rather than artificial, tree, your choices may be limited. Droughts and other environmental problems have driven the prices of trees higher this year and some NYC lots are asking up to $77 a foot for some trees! Fortunately, you can find much lower prices at Christmas Tree Brooklyn, where for a limited time, trees up to 10 feet are only $12 per foot.
That means you can get a small 3-foot tree for $36, a 5-foot tree for $60 or an 8-foot tree for $96. Prices for extras like a stand, lights and setup are reasonable, too. Best of all, delivery is free anywhere in New York City!
At Christmas Tree Brooklyn, you can pick out your tree in person or order online. Either way, you get free same-day delivery. Drop by the Christmas Tree Brooklyn flagship location at 184 Underhill Ave., Prospect Heights, Brooklyn and choose your own tree or go to ChristmasTreeBrooklyn.com, pick your size from 3 to 14 feet and let them choose one for you. Don’t worry about getting a bad tree because all of their trees are high quality fresh, full Fraser Firs. If you have questions, call (347) 474-0079.
The $100 tree
You can have your choice of trees for $100 or less at Christmas Tree Brooklyn because they have a tree for any budget. Getting a beautiful tree that will brighten your holiday doesn’t have to be expensive and getting it home doesn’t have to cost extra when you shop at Christmas Tree Brooklyn!