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Costco, Home Depot, Ikea among stores that will be closed on Thanksgiving Day 2018

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Craig Johnson, Clark.com

Retailers are responding to customer backlash over the companies’ quests to make a buck on what is supposed to be a family holiday: Thanksgiving.

Big brands like Costco, Dillard’s, H&M, Home Depot, and Ikea are among 60 stores that have confirmed that they will not open their doors on Turkey Day, according to BestBlackFriday.com.

List: Stores that will be closed for Thanksgiving 2018

Here’s the full list, which we will update as we learn of other stores:

    • A.C. Moore
    • Abt Electronics
    • Academy Sports + Outdoors
    • Acme Tools
    • Allen Edmonds
    • American Girl
    • At Home
    • AT&T (Company-Owned Stores)
    • Big 5 Sporting Goods
    • BJ’s Wholesale Club
    • Blain’s Farm & Fleet
    • Bob’s Discount Furniture
    • Burlington
    • Christopher & Banks
    • Cost Plus World Market
    • Costco
    • Craft Warehouse
    • Crate and Barrel
    • Dillard’s
    • Dressbarn (majority of stores)
    • Fleet Farm
    • Gardner-White Furniture
    • Guitar Center
    • H&M
    • Half Price Books
    • Harbor Freight Tools
    • Hobby Lobby
    • Home Depot
    • HomeGoods
    • Homesense
    • IKEA
    • JOANN Stores
    • Lowe’s
    • Marshalls
    • Mattress Firm
    • Music & Arts
    • Nordstrom
    • Nordstrom Rack
    • P.C. Richard & Son
    • Patagonia
    • Pep Boys
    • Petco
    • PetSmart
    • Pier 1 Imports
    • Publix
    • Raymour & Flanigan Furniture | Mattresses
    • REI
    • Sam’s Club
    • Sierra Trading Post
    • Sportsman’s Warehouse
    • Sprint (Retail Stores Closed Unless Mall Dictates Otherwise; Mall Kiosks May Open)
    • Staples
    • Stein Mart
    • Sur La Table
    • The Container Store
    • TJ Maxx
    • Tractor Supply Co.
    • Trollbeads
    • Von Maur
    • West Marine

Thanksgiving store hours have become increasingly controversial, as many view the companies’ bid to conduct business — with hard-to-beat sales, no less — as contributing to a breakdown in family time. As a result many stores have decided to close on Thursday or open late in order to get a jump on Black Friday.

Only a quarter of Americans are in favor of Thanksgiving store openings, according to BestBlackFriday.com. Meanwhile, 47% of people are against stores opening on Thanksgiving, while 27% were indifferent.

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