Black Friday sales are starting soon — here's when stores will open

The holiday shopping season is upon us, with Black Friday just around the corner.

For those of you planning to hit the stores over the holidays, we have compiled a complete list of opening times on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

A growing number of retailers including Home Depot and Costco are protesting the so-called Black Friday "creep," a trend in which stores have been opening earlier and earlier every year on Thanksgiving Day.

Plenty of retailers, such as Target and Macy's, are still planning to hold doorbuster sales on Thanksgiving, however.

Here's the list of retailers' holiday hours that have been announced so far. We will add to this list as more stores announce their hours.

  • Belk: Open 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving to 1 a.m. on Black Friday. Will reopen 6 a.m. on Black Friday.
  • Best Buy: Not yet announced.
  • Big Lots: Not yet announced.
  • Costco: Not yet announced.
  • Dick's Sporting Goods: Open 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving to 2 a.m. on Black Friday. Will reopen 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Black Friday.
  • Dollar General: Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Will resume normal operating hours on Black Friday.
  • GameStop: Not yet announced.
  • hhgregg: Not yet announced.
  • Home Depot: Open 6 a.m. Black Friday.
  • JCPenney: Not yet announced.
  • Kmart: Not yet announced.
  • Kohl's: Open 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Will remain open until normal closing hours on Black Friday.
  • Lowe's: Not yet announced
  • Macy's: Open 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving to 2 a.m. on Black Friday. Will reopen 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Black Friday.

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