Monday, March 4, 2024

Now Is the Best Time to Start Your Shopping for Christmas Decorations

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You read that title correctly. Even though it’s nearly May, now is a better time to be shopping for Christmas decorations than later in the year, especially in the fall.

Here’s what you need to know to save on the Christmas decorations you need!

What, Why?

For retailers and department stores that manage seasonal inventories, stock in Christmas decorations starts to swell later in the year, and most decorations start to pop up in shops and specials between September and November.

This is when everyone is shopping for Christmas decorations. Don’t expect to get a deal.

However, after Christmas is over, those who have remaining stock often run closeouts or clearance specials to get rid of all that extra inventory before the next Christmas rolls around.

This means, for you, now, in the “off-season” you may be able to get a great deal.

But this doesn’t just apply to retailers with seasonal collections. It also applies to businesses that sell Christmas decorations all year round.

Where to Shop

Consider Decorator’s Warehouse, which sells Christmas decorations throughout the entire year.

They specialize in all things Christmas and have separate collections for:

  • Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands
  • Christmas flowers and sprays
  • Ribbons
  • Ornaments
  • Accents and gifts
  • Lighting (See below)

Decorator’s Warehouse also curates a large collection of unique themes, including cardinal, farmhouse, jewel tones, and “Classic Christmas” collections – which are perfect for decorators.

Shop the After Christmas Sale

Decorator’s Warehouse runs an “After Christmas Sale,” which is ongoing and offers discounts of up to 80% off select decor and gifts – now really is the time to do your Christmas shopping!

Attention, Businesses: Buy Christmas Decorations in Bulk and Save

Decorator’s Warehouse is not just a boon for homeowners, crafters, and decorators.

Retail shop owners know that a decorated, festive storefront gets shoppers in the Christmas spirit, encourages a better shopping experience, and can even result in higher sales volumes.

Decorator’s Warehouse also sells Christmas decorations to businesses and decorators via its “Bulk Buy Program” which can save them even more.

Better Lighting, Too

Lights are the life of Christmas displays – but you don’t need us to tell you that. You can tell just when Christmas is coming around by how the neighborhood is lit up!

Decorator’s Warehouse has you covered there, too. They have their own division that specializes in lighting – DW Pro Lights – and sells C9 LED retrofits, 5mm LED strands, clips, and installation accessories.

Brighter, better in the cold, and longer-lasting, LED Christmas lights are the future.

More Than Just Christmas Decorations

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get all your home’s (or business’s) seasonal decorations for all your favorite holidays in one place?

With Decorator’s Warehouse, you can. Christmas may be their staple, but you can also deck the halls (so to speak!) for Easter, Valentine’s Day, Halloween, and Fall themes through their collections, too.

Certain Orders Qualify for Free Shipping

Who doesn’t love free shipping?

To add to the Christmas spirit (even if it’s not the right time of year!) Decorator’s Warehouse offers free shipping on orders over $149.

Some exclusions apply – see their website for details.

In Their Area? Experience the Magic in Person

While you can shop for indoor and outdoor Christmas decorations from the comfort of your home and experience some of the magic of Decorator’s Warehouse through the screen, there’s nothing like a visit.

For the full experience, pay them a visit in their Arlington, Texas location at 3708 West Pioneer Parkway.

Just a note, though: they’re currently closed to decorate for the upcoming season. If you have questions about re-opening (they’re scheduled to reopen in June) and when you can visit, contact them.

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