Thanksgiving Live Updates: White House Calms Supply Fears, Huge Crowds Gather For NYC Parade

Trader Joe's stores are open from 8am to 9pm seven days a week, but the chain shuts on most major U.S. holidays - including Thanksgiving.

Whole Foods

Do not expect its 476 stores to be open past 2pm, as most close early on Thanksgiving.

Wegmans

The supermarket chain has confirmed that opening hours will vary at its 106 stores nationwide.

Wegmans told Newsweek: "Locations will close at 4pm on Thursday, November 25, and will reopen on Friday, November 26, at 6am."

Stop & Shop

If you do have a last-minute cooking disaster on Thanksgiving Day, Stop & Shop might be able to help, with its 415 locations open until 5pm.

Kroger

Kroger retail outlets will be open, according to the Kroger Addict website, but "store hours vary from one location to another," so shoppers are advised to check with their local store before going.

Best Buy

The consumer electronics retailer Best Buy said its stores would be closed on Thanksgiving Day, although many of its Black Friday deals are already available online.

Best Buy told Newsweek: "This year, Best Buy stores will once again be closed on Thanksgiving Day but, as always, our customers will be able to shop with us online at BestBuy.com and through the Best Buy app."

Source : https://www.newsweek.com/thanksgiving-2021-travel-recipes-covid-live-updates-1653315

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Thanksgiving Live Updates: White House Calms Supply Fears, Huge Crowds Gather for NYC Parade

Source:Newsweek

Thanksgiving Live Updates: White House Calms Supply Fears, Huge Crowds Gather for NYC Parade

Experts say traveling for Thanksgiving IS likely safe but Americans should know their individual risk and take precautions including masking and getting their booster shots

Source:Daily Mail

Experts say traveling for Thanksgiving IS likely safe but Americans should know their individual risk and take precautions including masking and getting their booster shots

Travel chaos looms for Thanksgiving with 20 million people expected to fly

Source:Daily Mail

Travel chaos looms for Thanksgiving with 20 million people expected to fly