Costco Artificial Christmas Tree, 7.5′ Pre-Lit Tree


Christmas already!?!?! This seems a bit ridiculous with Christmas almost 4 months away. Oh well……Get your Costco artificial Christmas tree early and be done with it. Here we have the 7.5 foot Surebright Pre-Lit Christmas Tree (scroll for photos). It stands at 7.5 feet tall so it’s perfect for homes with 8 foot ceilings. You may not be able to get a large Christmas tree topper, but you can still put something on top. I do realize that $299 is expensive, but when you compare the quality to the big box stores, I really think this is worth it. I’ve strolled through Home Depot & Lowe’s & the tree’s look fake & feel cheap. I wouldn’t bet on them lasting through too many seasons. Anyways, here are a few more details about this tree………

  • 7.5 foot pre-lit tree
  • Indoor user only
  • 700 LED lights
  • EZ Connect technology
  • On/Off pedal with 7 effects: clear steady, clear fading, multi-color steady, multi-color fading, clear/multi-color alternating, clear/multi-color fading, demo mode
  • Simple to shape


Costco Artificial Christmas Tree


We purchased our artificial Christmas tree from Costco in 2016. It was a GE brand at the time but it was just about the same thing as this one. We are VERY happy with the results. If I remember correctly it was about $300 at the time & it has already paid for itself when compared to a real tree. I know there are some “real tree” die-hard’s, but I gotta tell you……it takes about 10 minutes to set the tree up. There’s no hassle with the tree dying & becoming a fire hazard or making a mess. If the EZ Connect technology is anything like mine, it’s only 3 sections that need to be connected followed by a plug. It looks perfect every time & has the same white/color modes as this tree. Every year I set it up, I am glad I bit the bullet & made the purchase.

MUST HAVE Accessories for Costco Christmas Tree’s


So the box our tree came in ended up getting destroyed after a couple of uses. I ended up buying one of those Christmas tree bags & it makes storing SOOOOO much easier. I HIGHLY recommend you get a Christmas Tree bag to go with. Don’t forget the Christmas Tree skirt, since the one that comes in the bag is pretty plain. Here are the links to the items……….

Price: $299.99, Item Number: 2006005

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13 thoughts on “Costco Artificial Christmas Tree, 7.5′ Pre-Lit Tree

  1. When our cats go under the tree, the lights go from white lights on solid to dimming white lights. They aren’t stepping on the on/off switch. We can’t figure out what they are bumping to trigger this. Any ideas??

  2. Hello,
    Does anyone have the actual model number for this? I need the instructions but I have no model number because I got rid of the box because it got wet. According to Polygroup it is on box!!

    Thanks in advance,

    Chris

  3. Has anyone had any problems with the color lights going bad on this tree? On color mode a bunch of lights are out and some are very dim and some flicker….all of the white lights are fine.

    1. I have not. I have the 7.5 model from about 3 years ago. I think it was made by GE. I haven’t had a single issue with the lights going bad. It sounds like it might be more of a wiring/fuse issue than the lights. It would be very unlikely for that many lights to go bad unless there was a bad batch at the manufacturer. Is it possibly a bad switch? Let me know what you end up finding out. Thanks

  4. If anyone else asks the same question about a lighted tree topper…I bought a 12 foot green extension cord for Christmas tree lights that I could hide down the middle of the tree and plug into my rotating Christmas tree stand. That worked really well.

    1. That’s a great idea Lindsey! Thanks for sharing. That’s so simple too since you already have a power source at the base of the tree. I think I’m going to do exactly that this year! Now I just need to find the perfect tree topper

  5. I recently bought a surebright led tree. Is there a place to plug in a lighted tree topper? I can’t seem to find anywhere to plug one in.

    1. Unfortunately, ours did not come with a plug for a tree topper. I know, it’s very disappointing. I’m going to make an assumption that this doesn’t either. I will double check again this year (I haven’t set my tree up yet, sorry). Maybe someone here can shed more light on this & come up with a solution. The only thing I can think of is a battery operated topper. You could possibly modify the end of the lights but that opens a new can of worms (fire hazard, void warranty, possibly break it, etc.), so I don’t recommend that. I’ll get back to you after I get mine up

    1. Do you remember which brand you have? They have changed brands a few times over the years. You may be able to find a universal one on Amazon, but I would start with the exact model number of your tree & go from there. Did you buy this year’s model?

  6. It’s barely visible on the box, but if you look closely at the last photo they show the width. It is 56 inches. I hope that helps!

  7. I can’t find anywhere the dimensions, besides that it’s 7.5 feet in height. Can you provide the width? Was in the store and didn’t see it on the box, either. Thanks.

    1. It’s barely visible on the box, but if you look closely at the last photo they show the width. It is 56 inches. I hope that helps!

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