These stores are closed on Thanksgiving Day 2022 — but their online deals are 24/7!

Some stores are closed for Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2022, but you can shop their online sales, many of which have started already. (Photo: Getty Images)

Wondering which stores are open on Thanksgiving Day 2022? A decent number of them have decided to take the holiday off, actually. Some retailers will open early on Black Friday, though, while others have announced they’ll stay closed for Black Friday.

It’s a lot to keep up with, but here’s the most important part: they all have incredible Black Friday deals online — and Cyber ​​Monday too, of course. In a year marked by massive inflation and the aftershocks of an epic supply chain crisis, it’s more crucial than ever to currency a smart strategy to maximize savings and really stretch your dollars this season. We gathered all the need-to-know info to save you money and time while you embark on the gift-shopping season.

Which stores are closed on Thanksgiving 2022?

The verdict is in: The following stores are closing their doors on Turkey Day, and a few are even taking off Black Friday. Let’s be grateful for the early online deals, though!

walmart

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 5 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

walmart

Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 7+ Bundle

$55$78Save $23

instax cameras are all the rage, so gift this to someone who loves photography, social media or simply documenting great times. It’s a set that comes with a 10-pack of film, an album, a case, and frame stickers to dress up your pics for a holiday or birthday.

$55 at Walmart

Bed Bath & Beyond

Closed on Thanksgiving. Open at 6:00 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

BestBuy

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 9:00 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

The Home Depot

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 6:00 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

Kohls

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 5:00 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

Kohls

Google Nest Google Nest Learning Thermostat

$179$250Save $71

The Google Nest Learning Thermostat is a Black Friday score, with an impressive 4.8 star rating from more than 10,000 reviewers. It lets you control your home’s temperature from your phone or laptop, auto-schedule and save energy, among many other features.

$179 at Kohls

Kohls

NutriBullet NutriBullet PRO 900W Blender

$60$110Save $50

This NutriBullet comes with everything you need to make delicious smoothies and juices at home — two BPA-free cups, a to-go lid, and the blending base. The extractor blade breaks through seeds and stems so you don’t get those annoying clumps.

$60 at Kohls

Lowe’s

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 6:00 am on Black Friday.

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Macy’s

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 6:00 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

Nordstrom

Closed on Thanksgiving, TBD on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

Patagonia

Closed on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

Sephora

Closed on Thanksgiving, open Black Friday at 6:00am.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

REI

Closed on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

REI

REI Co-op Guide Insulated Mittens

Gift these insulated mittens to someone who loves camping, working outdoors or simply lives in a snowy climate. They keep hands exceptionally warm and have a secure enough grip to allow you to comfortably and safely use a shovel or a power tool.

$35 at REI

Target

Closed on Thanksgiving, open at 7:00 am on Black Friday.

Black Friday deals to shop now:

Target

TCL 55″ 4k UHD HDR Smart Roku TV

$300$600Save $300

This big, beautiful TV can be controlled by your voice with Siri, Alexa and Hey Google. You can also hook up to Apple devices using AirPlay to view videos, photos, and music on the big screen

$300 at Target

Everlane

Closed on Thanksgiving and Black Friday

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Dick’s Sporting Goods

Closed on Thanksgiving, Black Friday hours are undisclosed.

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What grocery stores are closed on Thanksgiving Day 2022?

Yes, even supermarket employees take time to tuck in on Turkey Day, so don’t wait till the big day to grab your groceries. These are the supermarkets closed on Thanksgiving (hint, they’re some of your favorites):

So, what stores are actually open on Thanksgiving Day 2022?

You can still drop by these stores on Thanksgiving:

What’s the strategy to find the best Black Friday deals?

How do you score the best deals this Thanksgiving weekend in a sea of ​​seemingly endless Black Friday sales? Kristen Gall, Retail and Shopping Expert for Rakuten, believes that retailers’ overstock categories will be the biggest predictor of Black Friday gold. That includes “home goods, gardening, and furniture that they may have not gotten rid of during Labor Day Weekend sales,” she says.

But she notes that Black Friday will also focus on “bigger-ticket items, such as technology products, including laptops, TVs and more.” Other shopping experts agree that personal-tech items will be the bread and butter of Black Friday 2022. Some of the favorites in this race are laptops, smartphones, TVs, Apple devices, cameras, toys and kitchen appliances.

Will inflation impact Black Friday this year?

Last year, consumers spent nearly $9 billion on Black Friday, just slightly less than the year prior — proving that the economic volatility triggered by the pandemic most likely impacted spending habits. Experts say it’s unclear how inflation will affect Black Friday behavior this year, but they have their theories.

“According to our survey, 70% of shoppers are taking inflation into consideration this year,” confirms McGrath. That means people are not necessarily waiting for Black Friday itself to maximize savings, and are instead “beginning their holiday shopping earlier than ever in an effort to spread out cash flow,” adds Gall.

To meet this demand, major retailers are already launching big ‘pre-sale’ events leading up to Black Friday. “Spreading out their shopping will help to prevent [consumers’] budgets from taking a hit all at once,” notes Ramhold. One possible caveat? “If starting prices are higher, then that means [potentially] higher deal prices when all is said and done.”

Are supply chain delays and excess inventory still a thing this year?

‘Any supply chain issues we’re seeing this year aren’t at the same level as those in 2021, but that doesn’t mean they’re totally gone,” says Ramhold of the pandemic-related shortages and delivery delays we experienced last year. So, barring any worst-case scenarios, we should be fine in that regard,

“Retailers have had a year to plan to avoid the massive delivery delays we saw last year, so shopping Black Friday should leave plenty of time for stuff to arrive before the holidays,” notes McGrath. “But that’s assuming no big surprises or snags. Retailers are still overstocked with pandemic-popular items, like small home goods, countertop appliances and casual clothing. So expect good deals in those categories.”

Your Cyber ​​Week Shopping Guide: See all of our Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday coverage. Shop the top Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday Deals on Yahoo Life. Engadget‘s tech experts curated the best deals on highly-rated electronics for Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday. Learn about Black Friday trends on In the Knowand our car experts at Autoblog are covering must-shop Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday auto deals.

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