The popular Christmas Tree Shop stores in New York State are expected to close by the end of next week. Christmas Tree Shops filed for bankruptcy back in May and decided that it is going to have to shut down stores across the United States.

Now is a good time to get some SERIOUSLY DISCOUNTED supplies and remember it is more than just Christmas items. There are tons of outdoor, patio, home decor, bed supplies and more.

According to the Wall Street Journal they took out a $45 million bankruptcy loan, but they defaulted. There are 14 Christmas Tree Shops in New York State. The stores in Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse will be closed down.

According to the Christmas Tree Shops website, everything needs to be sold by the end of next week:

All Stores Closing. Entire store on sale 30-70% off! Shop now for best selection. New merchandise arriving. All sales final, no returns, or adjustments to prior purchases. No special orders. No other discount offers or coupons accepted. Quantities limited to stock on hand. We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.

Even though, the site says items could be discounted up to 70% off, but if you go into the website and click around, some of the items have already been discounted up to 80%. Remember, the Christmas Tree Shop has more than just Christmas supplies. They have lawn furniture, kitchen and dining supplies, bed and home items, home décor and even food items.

Other big store chains that have announced abrupt store closures in some capacity include Rite Aid, Bed, Bath & Beyond, buy buy baby, Tuesday Morning, Champs and Footlocker.

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