Stores That Will Be Closed on Thanksgiving 2020
If you were planning to shop in store this year on Thanksgiving Day November 26th, you may want to rethink your plans as some stores are starting to announce they will be closed this year on Thanksgiving due to rises in COVID-19 cases across the country. The 2020 holiday shopping season is shaping up to look quite different this year. Here is a currentl list of stores that have announced they will be closed Thanksgiving Day. This more than likely means we will be seeing a lot more deals online this year, and sooner, too! Be sure and follow this post as we will updating when more stores decide to announce closures.
For the first time in 30 years, Walmart will close Thanksgiving Day.
“We know this has been a trying year, and our associates have stepped up. We hope they will enjoy a special Thanksgiving Day at home with their loved ones,” said Walmart U.S. president and CEO John Furner in a press release. “We are certainly thankful to our people for all of their efforts.”
They have not closed on Thanksgiving Day since 2011
will close all stores and distribution centers for the Thanksgiving Day.
Best Buy will close its stores across the country for Thanksgiving Day.
In a press release on July 28, the company announced that it decided to close stores for the Thanksgiving holiday. Shoppers will still be able to purchase items online and via the Best Buy app. The corporation will also be offering holdiay deals earlier this season to ensure customers can get their holiday shopping done in time.
Kohl’s will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Customers will still be able to shop deals online.
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