Stores Already Starting to Announce Thanksgiving Day Closures
Every year it seems that Black Friday and the humongous sales become bigger than one day. With the competition from sales on Cyber Monday retail stores continued to open earlier and earlier on the day after Thanksgiving.
The trend continued for a few year with stores opting to open on Thanksgiving Day. That trend seems to be coming to a close however.
It's the beginning of October and the holiday season is shockingly well underway. To start your holiday shopping plans here is a list of stores who will NOT be opening on Thanksgiving day:
- AT&T (company-owned stores)
- Bob’s Discount Furniture
- Christopher & Banks
- Crate and Barrel
- dressbarn (majority of stores)
- Guitar Center
- Hobby Lobby
- Home Depot
- JOANN Stores
- Mattress Firm
- Nordstrom Rack
- Pep Boys
- Pier 1 Imports
- Sam’s Club
- Sprint (retail stores will be closed unless the mall they are in dictates otherwise, mall kiosks may be open)
- The Container Store
- TJ Maxx
- Tractor Supply Co.
These are just a few local stores that will not be opening on Thanksgiving Day. You can check out a full list here.
Should stores continue to open on Thanksgiving Day or just stick to Black Friday?