What retailers will be closed on Thanksgiving?

The holidays may seem far off, but retailers are already making plans and shoppers will be looking for deals – including on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22.

But there are dozens of stores that won’t be open on the holiday, instead saving their discounts for Black Friday shoppers.

BestBlackFriday.com has a list of retailers planning to be closed on Thanksgiving, and they’ll continue to add to the list.

They also released some interesting results from their 2018 holiday shopping survey, which shows nearly 48 percent of Americans think stores should be closed on Thanksgiving.

Here’s a list of retailers (as of Nov. 20) that will shut their doors for the Nov. 22 holiday, according to BestBlackFriday.com:

A.C. Moore
Abt Electronics
Academy Sports + Outdoors
Ace Hardware
Acme Tools
Allen Edmonds
American Girl
At Home
AT&T (Company-Owned Stores)
Barnes & Noble
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)
El Dorado Furniture
Fleet Farm
Gander Outdoors
Gardner-White Furniture
Guitar Center
H&M
Half Price Books
Harbor Freight Tools
Hobby Lobby
Home Depot
HomeGoods
Homesense
IKEA
JOANN Stores
Lamps Plus
Lowe’s
Mall of America
Marshalls
Mattress Firm
Menards
Micro Center
Music & Arts
Navy Exchange
Nebraska Furniture Mart
Nordstrom
Nordstrom Rack
Northern Tool
Office Depot & OfficeMax
Outdoor Research
P.C. Richard & Son
Patagonia
Pep Boys
Petco
PetSmart
Pier 1 Imports
Publix
Raymour & Flanigan Furniture | Mattresses
REI
Sam’s Club
Sears Outlet
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
The Original Mattress Factory
The Paper Store
TJ Maxx
Tractor Supply Co.
Trader Joe’s
Trollbeads
Von Maur
West Marine