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Red 'n' Green & Festive All Over: $7 Christmas Coal Coffee, $13 Elf on the Shelf

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Guys, Christmas is less than two weeks away! The holiday season has come up quickly this year, so you too might have to speed up the decorating and gift-buying if you actually want to enjoy Christmastime. We hope these five deals on holiday decor and nerdy gifts will alleviate some of the Christmas chaos.

  1. christmas tree setHome For The Holidays 6-Foot Pre-Lit Douglas Fir Tree & Home For The Holidays 5-Piece Entryway Set
    Store: Orange Onions
    Price: $49.99 with free shipping via coupon code "XMASSET"
    Lowest By: $41
    Expires: December 15

    Is It Worth It?: You can now deck the halls and entryway of your home with holiday cheer thanks to this twofer deal. First, put up the festive 6-foot, pre-lit tree in your family room in preparation for Santa. Then grab your ladder to hang the wreath, the two 6-foot pre-lit garlands, and the two pre-lit porch trees, so you can have a welcoming entrance for family, friends, and carolers alike. You'll be feeling merry and bright in no time!

  2. Christmas Coal CoffeeChristmas Coal Coffee
    Store: Cost Plus World Market
    Price: $7.19 via coupon code "SAVEBIG10" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $1
    Expires: December 18

    Is It Worth It?: You'd be a total Scrooge if you actually wrapped up pieces of coal and gifted it to someone. (We're lookin' at you #CardsAgainstHumanity!) Instead, give the naughty coffee drinker in your life an Editors' Choice 12-oz. bag of whole bean coffee that is just marketed as such. We hear dark roasted coffee beans can actually fuel the body better than coal.

  3. train setBachmann-Williams Christmas Electric Train Set
    Store: Smithsonian Museum Store
    Price: $174.99 via coupon code "DECOR30" with free shipping
    Lowest By: $85
    Expires: December 17

    Is It Worth It?: While there are shinier and Nerf-ier toys out there, you can't go wrong with the classic train set — especially if it's set up around the base of a glimmering Christmas tree. Not only is this beautiful electric train set at an $85 price low, but most stores actually charge a full $300 for it. It features a Baldwin 4-6-0 steam locomotive with operating light, smoke, flywheel-equipped motor, and digital whistle and bell sounds, three Christmas freight cars, caboose, 60" x 40" oval track with road bed, and accessories.

  4. Elf on the shelfThe Elf on the Shelf Hide and Seek Game
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $12.80 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $3

    Is It Worth It?: We suspect that the Elf on the Shelf does get into some trouble from time to time, but as far as the little ones know, he's a musical and magical Christmastime character who is just playing Hide and Seek. Let the Elf's holiday songs direct the kids to his hiding spot for hours of G-rated fun.

  5. Angry Birds ChristmasAngry Birds 5-Foot Airblown Inflatable Xmas Yard Decoration
    Store: Walmart
    Price: $29.96 with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $19

    Is It Worth It?: Would Clark Griswold be jealous of this Christmas decor? We're not sure; the Birds seem angry all the time and where's the Christmas spirit in that? However, this fabric and plastic, self-inflating decoration is still festive and perfect for the less enthusiastic celebrants.

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Emily Dovi is the DealNews Features Editor and former Copy Editor overseeing the features section. She also occasionally switches from red to black to pen some of DealNews' features. Follow her on Twitter at @emilydovi.
Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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