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13 Stores Changing Their Black Friday Plans

GOBankingRates Logo By Levi Leidy of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 14: If you’re a dedicated Black Friday shopper — whether you start on Thanksgiving Day or the day after — you may have to settle for doing it from home this year. While American retail stores have been steadily becoming more accessible since the shutdowns in mid-March, many are unwilling or unable to handle the kind of crowds that Black Friday brings. And with consumers spending more than $600 billion online in 2019, the transition to a “Cyber Friday” could be the best solution for everyone. See which stores are changing things up this holiday shopping season. Last updated: Nov. 19, 2020

If you’re a dedicated Black Friday shopper — whether you start on Thanksgiving Day or the day after — you may have to settle for doing it from home this year.

While American retail stores have been steadily becoming more accessible since the shutdowns in mid-March, many are unwilling or unable to handle the kind of crowds that Black Friday brings. And with consumers spending more than $600 billion online in 2019, the transition to a “Cyber Friday” could be the best solution for everyone. See which stores are changing things up this holiday shopping season.

Last updated: Nov. 19, 2020

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