What Time Do Stores Open On Black Friday?

Posted: Nov 24 2014, 2:12am CST | by , in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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What Time do Stores Open on Black Friday?

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We have updated our Black Friday store opening hours list with all major Black Friday retailers.

It is time to make your Black Friday 2014 plans. I often get asked the question: "What time does Black Friday start?" these days. And my answer is that Black Friday has already started.

Since Friday Nov. 21 deals advertised in Black Friday 2014 ads have started to surface on major retailers like Walmart and Amazon. Since Sunday Best Buy and Sam's Club are part of the early release of Black Friday 2014 deals.

We expect more Black Friday deals to leak online ahead of Thanksgiving Day. So make sure you look out for deals now. The climax of Black Friday 2014 online sales is on Thanksgiving Day.

What Time do Stores Open on Black Friday

After you shopped Black Friday deals in the online Black Friday 2014 sales it is time to hit the stores. What time do stores open on Black Friday? The earliest Black Friday store opening hours are 6am on Thanksgiving Day. The latest store opening hour is 9am on Black Friday. The Apple Store and Costco let you sleep in.

See our updated Black Friday 2014 Store Opening Hours list below.

Time

Black Friday 2014 Sales Launch Times

Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 27)
6:00
Kmart
Meijer
Dell
7:00
Fred Meyer
8:00
RadioShack
9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00 hhgregg
Old Navy
17:00 Best Buy
ToysRUs
JC Penney
18:00 Walmart
Target
Macy's
Kohl's
Sears
Dell
Office Depot OfficeMax
Staples
19:00
20:00 Walmart 2nd Doorbuster Event
21:00
22:00
23:00
24:00 GameStop
Black Friday (Nov. 28)
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00 Lowe's
6:00 Walmart 3rd Doorbuster Event
7:00 Sam's Club
Harbor Freight
8:00 Apple
9:00 Costco
10:00
* Reported, but not officially confirmed
** Last Year's Opening Time

When does Black Friday End?

Black Friday 2014 will seamlessly go over into Cyber Monday 2014 sales on Saturday after Thanksgiving. The Walmart Cyber Monday 2014 sale starts for instance on Nov. 29.

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The Black Friday 2014 Countdown is going in the final phase. There are only days left until Thanksgiving Day when most Black Friday 2014 sales will begin. The Amazon Black Friday Deals Week will already launch on Sunday, Nov. 23 and there are more early access Black Friday sales events coming up.

The most important Black Friday 2014 ads have been released including the Walmart Black Friday 2014 Ad, Target Black Friday 2014 Ad and the Best Buy Black Friday 2014 Ad. The weeks ahead of the actual Black Friday 2014 are the ideal time to score Black Friday deals without the usual stress involved.

Black Friday 2014 sales will seamlessly lead over into Cyber Monday 2014 sales starting on Sunday November 30. We have seen last year that many consumers still think Cyber Monday sales start on Monday. On Monday most Cyber Monday deals are already sold out.

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