Bed Bath and Beyond is reversing course and opening on Thanksgiving Day for the first time in its history.
The Courier Journal reports:
“Bed Bath & Beyond is bucking its longtime tradition of staying closed on Thanksgiving.
For the first time, the New Jersey-based home goods retailer will kick off its in-store Black Friday sale on the holiday.
‘Starting November 28, customers will be able to receive exclusive offers on their holiday shopping needs including for the first time ever, a 25% off entire purchase in-store only coupon (standard coupon exclusions apply),’ the company said in a news release Friday.
Stores will be open on Thanksgiving from 5 p.m. to midnight and then will reopen at 6 a.m. on Black Friday. The 25% coupon will be available through noon local time Nov. 29.”
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