Check Out the World's Most Expensive Christmas Tree... and It Can Be Yours for $1,000
A New York City street vendor is hawking the Korean fir for big bucks.
If you have deep pockets, there are Christmas trees selling for a whopping $1,000.
A New York City street vendor is offering Korean firs for that incredible amount, which is based on the trees’ huge size and rarity.
If you’ve got a grand, Greenwich Village tree seller Heather Neville will throw in a stand, have your tree delivered and send along a crew to put it up for you.
According to national consumer reports, the average person spends $1,000 over the entire holiday season.
But if you’ve got money to burn, there are some mighty expensive trees out there that need homes.
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