When are Christmas decorations on sale? The best places to find decor deals at the end of 2022

The best time to prepare for next Christmas is as soon as this Christmas ends

Close up image of woman's hand in sweater decorating christmas tree with bubblers. Womans hand in stylish sweater decorating christmas tree close up. Merry christmas and happy New Year concept. Space for text.
(Image credit: Getty Images)

Although many people will be looking to pack Christmas decorations away at the end of 2022, the end-of-year sales are actually the best time to prepare for Christmas 2023. 

While it may seem strange to buy new decorations a year before putting them out on display, the Christmas sales offer a great opportunity to pick out high-quality, timeless pieces at a more affordable price.

With the end of the year upon us, this is when our favorite home stores will be offering their left-over Christmas decor stock for less. 

When are Christmas decorations on sale?

The good news is that many stores have started their Christmas decor sales early, and we only expect the deals to get better as the holiday season comes to a close. Here are some of our favorites for timeless Christmas pieces.

1. Balsam Hill

Available at:

Available at: Balsam Hill

Balsam Hill is our ultimate one-stop shop for Christmas decor ideas with its huge range of realistic faux Christmas foliage and impressive ornament offerings. 

The Christmas superstore has already started its seasonal sales with a range of decor from ornaments to trees on offer for up to 50% off. 

2. Macy’s

Available at:

Available at: Macy's

The seasonal Macy's sale has already begun on its website, with hundreds of high-end ornaments and tableware on offer, perfect for some last minute Christmas purchases or stockpiling for 2023. 

3. Saks Fifth Avenue 

Available at:

Available at: Saks Fifth Avenue

Although their end-of-season sale has not officially started, Saks Fifth Avenue is offering 25% off of all ornaments with code ENJOY25SF across their website. From brands such as Swarovski and Christopher Radko, it is the perfect time to invest in some luxury Christmas ornaments that are guaranteed to stand the test of time.

4. Anthropologie 

Available At:

Available At: Anthropologie

Whether you are looking for some traditional Christmas home decor or some bright and bold statement pieces, Anthropologie's 30% Christmas decor sale is on for a limited time only. Oh, and they are offering an extra 40% off of items this week.

5. Target 

Available at:

Available at: Target

Target is a great all-rounder shop for last minute pieces to spruce your home holiday decor for less. The store has already started its end of season sale for Christmas ornaments with up to 50% off of seasonal decor and holiday storage containers to get your home in top shape both during and after the holidays. 

6. The National Tree Company – Amazon

Available at:

Available at: Amazon

If you have noticed your faux tree looking a little sad this year and want to upgrade for 2023, The National Tree Company on Amazon is already offering some of their trees on sale. Providing both lit and unlit trees, the company has been named one of H&G's best places to buy an artificial Christmas tree this year – and the sale makes it just that much better.

How can I save money on Christmas decorations? 

One of the best ways to save money on Christmas decorations is to purchase timeless decor pieces just after Christmas each year ready for the year after. This method not only allows you to take advantage of the winter sales but also helps to spread the cost of the festive season over multiple months. 

Are prices lower before or after Christmas?

Prices at both homeware and clothing stores tend to be cheaper immediately after Christmas than before. The 26th of December typically marks the beginning of the end-of-year sale season, often featuring better deals than Black Friday on a wider range of goods, making it the best time of year to prepare for the year ahead. 

Chiana Dickson
Content Editor

Chiana has been at Homes & Gardens for two years, having started her journey in interior journalism as part of the graduate program. She spends most of her time producing content for the Solved section of the website, helping readers get the most out of their homes through clever decluttering, cleaning, and tidying tips – many of which she tests and reviews herself in her home in Lancaster to ensure they will consistently deliver for her readers and dabbles in the latest design trends. She also has a first-class degree in Literature from Lancaster University.