No shortage of Christmas trees this year, but don’t expect any red-tag deals | CNN Business

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With Thanksgiving out of the way, the hunt for a Christmas tree is on for plenty of families wanting to snag the perfect Fraser fir or pine for their homes this year.

But spending on a real Christmas tree is yet another expense for households to add to their holiday budgets at the time when inflation remains a pesky problem that’s keeping prices elevated on a variety of products and services.

As far as trees go, farms are promising there will be an adequate supply of trees this year. It typically takes

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