Many popular stores were closed Thursday, including Walmart, Target, Kohls and Best Buy, plans to reopen on Black Friday.
On Thanksgiving night, we usually see long lines start to form outside big department stores, but this year many shoppers are switching to online shopping amid COVID-19 concerns.
Many popular stores were closed Thursday, including Walmart, Target, Kohls and Best Buy—with plans to reopen on Black Friday.
Last year, around 100 million people shopped on Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend, according to the National Retail Federation. That number is expected to go down by 43 percent, which still means millions of shoppers will be out—some keeping tradition while others look to score deals.
To cut down on crowds this year, big box stores are extending deals throughout the month, in store and online.
If you are not a fan of online shopping, another option is curbside pickup, which is a …