Home Depot Teams With Uber to Deliver Christmas Trees

Mobile app has a trio of yuletide efforts in the offing

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Home Depot has partnered with Uber to deliver Christmas trees tomorrow in the following 10 markets: New York; Philadelphia; Washington, D.C.; Boston; Atlanta; Dallas; Chicago; San Diego; Los Angeles; and San Francisco.

For $135, consumers can get a seven-to-eight-foot netted tree and a stand from the home improvement retailer, and the purchase will be charged to the Uber user's account. (Folks who order the trees will get an Uber-branded scarf as well.) The mobile app, which connects people with cars for hire, lets people pay for their rides with credit cards and PayPal.



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