If you didn’t get out at 5 a.m. for Black Friday shopping, don’t fret — there’s still plenty of hours left in the day to get your shopping done! Find out the store hours of all the biggest shopping spots for this year’s post-Thanksgiving extravaganza right here.
Hey, we get it…not everyone is able to get out and about bright and early on the day after Thanksgiving, even for a good sale. Luckily, the best Black Friday shopping spots like Walmart, Target and more have long hours for the biggest shopping day of the year, and we’ve rounded up their schedules for you! Find out how late the stores are open here!
Of course, the hours will vary by store, but Walmart will be open until midnight on Black Friday, with Target letting shoppers in until 11 p.m., with both stores having opened their doors beginning on Thanksgiving night. Best Buy, which also had Thanksgiving Day sales, reopened at 8 a.m. on Friday and will stay open until 10 p.m. to give their shoppers the best deals on electronics and more. Not too shabby!
Kohl’s and Kmart will keep their doors open until midnight, depending on location, for Black Friday, while Toys ‘R Us and Babies ‘R Us are shutting down at 11. When it comes to department stores, Macy’s and Nordstrom will remain open until 10 p.m., Sears will close its doors at 9 and J.C Penney will keep up with its regular hours. Other important shopping spots to note? T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and Home Goods will all be open until 10, with Five Below and Crate & Barrel closing at 9.
As usual, Black Friday has already driven shoppers into quite a frenzy — video footage has shown grown men getting into fights, and even little kids getting involved in fights over the products they’re hoping to get their hands on! HollywoodLife.com has already helped hook you up with the best beauty, TV, fashion, toy deals and MORE, so make sure you check ’em all out before heading to the stores. Plus, make sure to check out Amazon’s best Black Friday deals, like this $75 32″ television, RIGHT HERE.
HollywoodLifers, what stores will you be checking out on Black Friday?