Stores that will be Closed on Thanksgiving Day 2020
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Stores that will be Closed on Thanksgiving Day 2020

Posted on Thursday, November 5th, 2020 at 7:00 am
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Thanksgiving day is a holiday in which many people spend time with their families. Some stores will be open on Thanksgiving day, while others will be closed. Here is a look at some of the stores that have announced that they will be closed on Thanksgiving day.

Target announced in July of 2020 that they will close their stores on Thanksgiving Day. “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.” Target recommends you sign up for Target Circle – a free loyalty program that makes it easier to save – for the latest updates on deals throughout the season.

Dick’s Sporting Goods also announced in July of 2020 that it will close all its stores on Thanksgiving Day. It will also close all distribution centers. This closure includes specialty stores Golf Galaxy and Field & Stream.

Best Buy announced in July of 2020 that it will close its stores on Thanksgiving day. They are making some changes beforehand, such as more convenient pickup options at their stores, and making sure orders arrive at the right time. Customers will be able to shop on onThanksgiving day.

Macy’s announced in September of 2020 that its stores will be closed on Thanksgiving day. They encourage customers to shop on and through the Macy’s mobile app, where they will find all of Macy’s Black Friday deals. Macy’s stores will be open on November 27, 2020.

Trader Joe’s announced on October 12, 2020, the following: “Trader Joe’s Stores will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 26, 2020 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Be sure to pick up your bird and all the fixings before the holiday! We are thankful for you.”

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