Stores That Will Be Closed on Thanksgiving Day 2021
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Stores That Will Be Closed on Thanksgiving Day 2021

Posted on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 at 8:00 am
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Which stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day? Which ones will be closed? Those who enjoy the rush of shopping on Thanksgiving Day need to know the answers to those questions. Here is a list of stores that won’t be open on Thanksgiving Day 2021.

Target will close their stores on Thanksgiving Day. Target has been working on ways to ensure your store experience is as convenient, and contactless as possible. This includes same-day services like Drive Up, Order Pickup and Same-day Delivery with Shipt. Target will also make their biggest holiday deals available earlier so you can shop safely and conveniently without worrying about missing out on the deals that usually come later in the season.

Walmart made the decision to close Walmart stores on Thanksgiving Day. Their Sam’s Club locations will also be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Both Walmart and Sam’s Club will operate normal hours on Wednesday November 25. Hours for Friday, November 25, will be shared at a later date.

Bed Bath & Beyond stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, so their associates can be with friends and family during the holiday season. Customers who still want to shop on Thanksgiving will be able to do so through Bed Bath & Beyond’s digital channels and choose ship to home, or get their purchases the next day when the stores open again.

Kohl’s will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. This decision comes after positive response from last year’s closure on Thanksgiving Day, as well as evolving preferences in how and when customers want to shop during the holiday season. Those who want to can shop on and in the Kohl’s App.

Best Buy will close their stores on Thanksgiving Day. This decision was made to meet their customer’s changing lives this holiday. Best Buy will also offer some of the hottest deals of the season earlier than ever before. Customers who want to shop on Thanksgiving Day can visit and via the Best Buy app.

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