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. Home 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! Christmas 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. Bachmann-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. The 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. Angry 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.