The holiday shopping season will look different this year! The idea of having large crowds at rushing to stores during the coronavirus pandemic is not something that retailers want this year. We are compiling a list of Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day and will add to it as we find more! We recently posted about Walmart Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day!
Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day
If you enjoy hanging out with family, enjoying your Thanksgiving meal together, but then heading out to the stores to grab the best deals you will want to take note of this! The number of stores that are announcing changes to holiday shopping is growing each day. The latest announcements from Target and Walmart are the first of a growing list of retailers that will be closed on Thanksgiving. Here is the list that has announced so far and will continue to update it.
Best Buy Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day
The images of people camping out at their local Best Buy waiting for Thanksgiving Day deals will not happen this year. The decision has been made for Best Buy to be closed on Thanksgiving Day. The release states that they will be offering some of the hottest deals of the season earlier than year’s past. They will be pushing consumers to BestBuy.com and then either use curbside pick-up or home delivery.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day
Following the lead of other stores, Dick’s Sporting Goods has announced they will close their stores on Thanksgiving Day. There was not a lot of information available but we do expect sales to start earlier than years past.
Kohl’s Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day
The holiday season will look different at Kohl’s Stores this year! In a statement, Kohl’s says, ” Given the importance of safety and convenience, we expect more customers to shop earlier, search for great deals through the season, and take advantage of our online and omnichannel conveniences. Thererfore, we have Meade the decision to close our stores on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26, 2020.” I fully expect to see sales at Kohl’s to start earlier and to run through the holiday season!
Target Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day
The stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day but the holiday sale season will start earlier! Target is also expanding their same-day pickup and delivery service which is really helpful! I am expecting some really great sales this year! We will continue to bring you all the Black Friday Deals throughout this holiday season!
They posted on their site “When we say you can take advantage of great deals all season long, we really mean it. So kick back, relax and enjoy a long nap after you finish that last piece of Thanksgiving turkey. This season, you can count on getting extra-big savings without the extra-long lines, with plenty of opportunities to score the best deals on the hottest items both before and after November 26. Insider tip: If you aren’t among the millions of guests already enrolled, sign up for Target Circle—our free loyalty program that makes it easier than ever to save—for the latest updates on deals throughout the season.”
Walmart Stores Closed Thanksgiving Day
Walmart was the first to announce that Walmart and Sam’s Club will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. This is big news as we look at the changes the pandemic is having in our country. It seems like every year the Black Friday sales start earlier and Walmart has started in-store sales on Thanksgiving. That has allowed the retail giant the opportunity to attract shoppers with awesome sales before the traditional Black Friday sales.
Home Depot Stores Closed on Thanksgiving Day
Home Depot stores have been closed for Thanksgiving and then open for their Black Friday sale. This has always been a popular sale but Home Depot will run their Black Friday sale starting early November through December! I see this being a great opportunity for the consumer to save even more this year!
Black Friday Shopping
It will be interesting to see how this year’s Black Friday sales will take place. The likely scenario is that more retailers will take their sales online and possibly offer them over multiple days (maybe even weeks). The thought of large crowds shopping in stores just does not seem likely this year. We will continue to bring you all the news as we find it. We are committed to bringing you all the in-store or online Black Friday Sales each year!