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Target Australia sell out snowy Aspen Christmas tree is BACK – but you’ll have to be quick

Target’s sell-out snowy Aspen Christmas tree is BACK for just $69 – but you’ll have to be quick

  • Target Australia has brought back its sell-out snowy aspen Christmas tree 
  • The $69 artificial tree has returned to shelves for its fourth year running 
  • The artificial tree, measuring 183cm tall, is easy to assemble and flame retardant
  • The ‘glorious’ white tree has been a huge hit among thousands of shoppers 


Target Australia has brought back its sell-out snowy aspen Christmas tree.

The much-anticipated $69 tree has returned to shelves for its fourth year running – and shoppers are expected to get in early before they’re gone.

The artificial tree, measuring 183cm tall, is easy to assemble, flame retardant, makes a great centrepiece for festive celebrations and is simple to decorate.

Target Australia has brought back its sell-out snowy aspen Christmas tree for just $69

The much-anticipated $69 tree has returned to shelves for its fourth year running - and shoppers are expected to get in early before they're gone

The much-anticipated $69 tree has returned to shelves for its fourth year running – and shoppers are expected to get in early before they’re gone

The festive range also includes the popular pre-lit snowy aspen Christmas tree, measuring 213cm tall, for $149.

The ‘glorious’ white trees have been a huge hit among thousands of shoppers every year, with the product selling out in the months leading up to the big day. 

‘Love this snowy tree, so pretty, fills the house with Christmas joy,’ one wrote.

‘This tree is beautiful, I’m in love and cannot believe how pretty it is. I was lucky enough to find one and I’m grateful I did,’ another said, while one added: ‘It’s the best Christmas tree ever.’

The festive range also includes the popular pre-lit snowy aspen Christmas tree (pictured), measuring 213cm tall, for $149

The festive range also includes the popular pre-lit snowy aspen Christmas tree (pictured), measuring 213cm tall, for $149

The 'glorious' white trees have been a huge hit among thousands of shoppers every year, with the product selling out in the months leading up to the big day

The 'glorious' white trees have been a huge hit among thousands of shoppers every year, with the product selling out in the months leading up to the big day

The ‘glorious’ white trees have been a huge hit among thousands of shoppers every year, with the product selling out in the months leading up to the big day

A Target spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia last year the trees are specially made from virgin plastic rather than PVC plastic.

‘There is a significant improvement in the overall presentation, visual and touch quality along with durability which helps the tree maintain its shape,’ she said. 

‘We added more tips to our Christmas trees which make the tree look more realistic and fuller once it is properly assembled, along with the delicate and soft, flocked snow our Snowy Aspen Tree is sure to be a stand out. 

‘We’re absolutely thrilled and feel so honoured that our Snowy Aspen has, and continues to be, a special part of Christmas for so many Australian families. We’re proud to offer quality, stylish Christmas decorations at affordable prices.’

Tips and tricks for setting up the perfect Christmas tree 

1. Make sure you’re tree fluffing, otherwise known as tree shaping. Fluffing your tree correctly will transform your drab tree to the most incredible lush and full tree

2. Work your way from the bottom to the top of the tree

3. Work one branch at a time and start from the centre of the tree and work your way out to the tip and make your way around the tree

4. Fluff your tree as simple as ‘left, right and centre’. Each branch has many tips on it and if you start from the centre and work your way out and lift a left tip, then a right tip, then a centre tip and work your way out to the end of the branch

5. Ensuring you do this you will find that you use less decorations and won’t have any gaps 

Credit: Target Australia



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