Major Stores Stay Away from Retail Shopping on Thanksgiving


Traditionally, stores remain closed on Thanksgiving Day, kicking off the holiday shopping season on Black Friday — the biggest shopping day of the year — by offering shoppers steep discounts.   In an effort to stretch the holiday shopping season as much as possible, many stores have announced plans to open on Thanksgiving Day.  However, not all stores are conforming to this trend.  In keeping with the older tradition, a number of stores will deliberately remain closed on Thanksgiving, forcing eager shoppers to wait until Black Friday to take advantage of sales.  24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 9 largest retailers that will be closed on Thanksgiving Day  2016.

The following 9 major retail stores will be CLOSED on  Thanksgiving.

1     Costco
2     The Home  Depot
3     Lowe’s
4     TJ Maxx
5     BJ’s Wholesale  Club
6     Nordstrom Department  Stores
7     Staples
8    Office  Depot
9     Pet  Smart

There is no question that for most major American retailers, strong holiday sales are crucial for the bottom line. This year, the National Retail Federation projects holiday retail sales will hit $655.8 billion, a 3.6% increase over last year.

The following 11 retail stores will OPEN on  Thanksgiving.

1     Walmart
2     Target
3     Best Buy
4     Macy’s
5     Sears 
6     Dollar General
7     Kohl’s
8     Old Navy
9     J.C. Penney
10   Toys “R” Us
11   Dick’s Sporting Goods

Click here to read 24/7 Wall St.’s  article.

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