The other day, as I was putting the finishing touches on trimming the Christmas tree, I realized that my house was somewhat lacking in Christmas cheer. Sure, I have the tree and I have this light projector – but I could use more. I could use a Santa. Or a nutcracker. Or maybe a Christmas village. Or maybe the problem is that my tree doesn’t have enough ornaments. Today, there is a lot from me to choose from. Amazon is running a one-day-only deal on Christmas decorations. Below, I’ve listed just a tiny sample of the entire selection. Check out everything for yourself.
Normally $31, this Santa figurine is 52 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Heartwood Creek by Jim Shore American Santa Claus Stone Resin Figurine on sale for $14.89
Normally $29, this gift set of candles is 47 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Yankee Candle Holiday Small Jar Trio Gift Set on sale for $14.99
Normally $95, this Harley dealership is 44 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Department 56 Snow Village Harley-Davidson Lit Building on sale for $52.99
Normally $50, this tree skirt is 71 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Kurt Adler 50-Inch Burgundy Ribbon Trees Tree skirt with Green Tassel Border on sale for $14.50
Normally $560, this Christmas tree is 75 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
National Tree 7.5 Foot Glittery Bristle Pine Slim Tree with 600 Soft White LED Lights (GB3-319-75) on sale for $139.99
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but the holiday shopping season has truly just begun. Amazon is currently running a “12 Days of Deals” promotion, and the Daily Dealer continues to feature the best offers from around the Internet. And don’t miss our 2017 Christmas gift guide, which we will continue to update throughout the season.
Normally $33, this snowman serving platter is 55 percent off (Photo via Amazon)
Have a suggestion for a cool product or great deal that you think Daily Caller readers need to know about? Email the Daily Dealer at email@example.com.
Follow The Daily Dealer on Twitter and Facebook
Follow Jack on Twitter
The Daily Caller is devoted to showing you things that you’ll like or find interesting. We do have partnerships with affiliates, so The Daily Caller may get a small share of the revenue from any purchase.