Kohl’s to Open Its Doors to Holiday Shoppers on Thanksgiving

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Kohl’s will not join a growing list of retailers keeping their stores locked on Thanksgiving Day. The department store chain announced its plans to welcome early bird holiday shoppers starting at 6 p.m. on Turkey Day.

Kohl’s is launching a five-day savings event beginning on Monday, Nov. 21, with exclusive Black Friday door-buster deals and other sales during the entire five days of the holiday week. Kohl’s customers can also score $15 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent in store and online.

If you want to snag some early bird shopping deals but don’t want to leave your house on Thanksgiving, you can shop Kohl’s Black Friday door-buster deals online.

Macy’s recently announced it’s opening at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving this year — an hour earlier than in years past. J.C. Penney is welcoming shoppers at 3 p.m. that day, Nov. 24.

More retailers these days are bucking “Christmas creep,” though, and staying closed on Thanksgiving. A 2015 survey revealed that nearly 2 out of 3 consumers say they hate or dislike retailers being open on Thanksgiving.

Even the largest shopping mall in the U.S. — the Mall of America in Minnesota — is closing its operations on Turkey Day, though it’s giving its retailers the choice to open or close.

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