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JCPenney, Pier 1 hold liquidation sales

JCPenney, Pier 1 hold liquidation sales


JCPenney, Pier 1 hold liquidation sales

Kelly Tyko
USA TODAYPublished 1:05 AM EDT Jul 4, 2020This Fourth of July will be the last for Pier 1 Imports and closing J.C. Penney and Tuesday Morning stores.The liquidation of 136 closing J.C. Penney stores started June 17 and another 13 locations in the department store chain began their going-out-of-business sales Friday.Shopping will look different this holiday weekend because of the coronavirus pandemic. More stores are offering curbside pickup and will ask shoppers to wear masks.J.C. Penney also is having a sidewalk sale outside 85% of the locations that are not slated to close, officials told USA TODAY, adding all but two of the company’s 846 stores have reopened.Save better, spend better:  Money tips and advice delivered right to your inbox. Sign up here“Sidewalk sales allow our customers to shop safely, get fresh air, and purchase our quality merchandise at an incredible value,” Jim DePaul, J.C. Penney executive vice president of stores, said in a statement.With at least 21 states pausing reopening or taking new steps to limit the spread of COVID-19, what stores will be open Saturday will vary depending on where you live.Face mask requirements during COVID-19: Can stores make you wear a mask? Do kids have to wear face coverings?Fourth of July 2020 restaurants open: Applebee’s, Chipotle, Chick-fil-A are among eateries open this Independence DayApple has closed approximately 28% of its U.S. stores that it recently reopened due to spikes in cases of the virus.Trader Joe’s is closed on the holiday, a change from past years when it operated with reduced hours. Costco also will be closed on Independence Day, which it traditionally does for other holidays too, including New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day and Labor Day. Stores open Independence Day 2020Most stores are still operating with reduced hours due to COVID-19 and others will reduce hours Saturday. Most pharmacies are closed. Check with your store before heading out. Click on store names to search for location-specific information.Academy Sports + OutdoorsApple (More than 75 stores that had reopened have closed again.)Bass Pro ShopsBealls FloridaBealls OutletBed Bath & BeyondBelkBest BuyBig 5 Sporting GoodsBig LotsBJ’s Wholesale ClubBurlingtonbuybuy BabyCabela’sConn’s HomePlus Container Store CVSDick’s Sporting GoodsDillard’sDollar GeneralDollar TreeDSWEthan AllenFamily DollarFive BelowGameStopGuitar CenterHome DepotJ.C. PenneyJoann StoresKirkland’sKmartKohl’sLeslie’s Pool SuppliesLowe’sMacy’sMarshallsMenardsMichaelsNeiman MarcusNordstrom Nordstrom RackOffice Depot and OfficeMaxOld NavyParty CityPetcoPetSmartPier 1 ImportsRack Room ShoesRite AidRossSaks Fifth AvenueSam’s ClubSearsShoe CarnivalStein MartTargetT.J. MaxxTuesday MorningUlta BeautyWalgreensWalmartFourth of July fireworks: Sparklers, fireworks sales are booming nationwide due to COVID-19Independence Day barbecue food safety: Grilling your burgers wrong this Fourth of July could kill youGrocery stores, convenience stores open July 4Most grocery stores are still operating under reduced hours due to COVID-19. Some may also have shorter hours Monday. Additional stores, gas stations and convenience stores also are expected to be open. Check before heading out.7-ElevenAcmeAlbertsonsAldiBaker’sBI-LOBravo SupermarketsCity MarketCoppsCub FoodsCumberland FarmsDillonsFood LionFred MeyerFresh MarketFresh ThymeFry’s Food StoresGiantGiant EagleHarris TeeterHarveys SupermarketH-E-BHy-VeeInglesKing SoopersKrogerLove’s Travel StopsLucky SupermarketsMeijerPilot Flying JPublixRalphsSafewaySave-A-LotSheetzShopRiteSproutsStop & ShopTravelCenters of AmericaVonsWawaWeis MarketsWegmansWhole Foods MarketWinn-DixieFourth of July stores closedCostco senior shopping time: Costco Wholesale Club will soon reduce its COVID-19 senior hours to twice per week’I have a breathing problem’: Maskless Trader Joe’s shopper causes scene at California store in viral videoFollow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

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