• Your next Christmas tree from Costco might be a frozen leftover from last year - and that 'deep freeze' stock is a boon for the warehouse chain

    2 days ago - By Business Insider

    A row of shopping carts outside a Costco Wholesale store Getty/Martin Rickett - PA Images
    Some Christmas trees sold at Costco this year are trees from last year that came in after Christmas.
    The trees were delivered late because of supply chain issues, and Costco has kept them all year.
    Costco's chief financial officer said last year's trees are cheaper than trees it ordered this year.
    If you buy a Christmas tree from Costco this year, there's a chance it's a tree from last season. In the company's latest earnings call, Costco CFO Richard Galanti said Christmas trees are part of the...
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