Target’s holiday hours for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s
- Target stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day.
- Target stores have modified hours for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
- You have 90 days to make a return or an exchange.
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, the anticipation for big savings and Black Friday deals is steadily rising. Major retailers such as Target have already leaked some of their Black Friday deals, so you can score savings now with deals for Thanksgiving.
If you’re starting your holiday shopping early or plan to cut it close at Christmas, get ahead of the curve with this breakdown of Target’s holiday hours and return policies, and check out its best Black Friday deals.
Target Thanksgiving and Black Friday Hours
As in previous years, Target stores will be open Thanksgiving Day:
- Stores open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thanksgiving Day 2018.
- Stores open at 7 a.m. on Black Friday.
Other Target Holiday Hours
Target stores are generally only closed on Christmas Day. Stores will open one hour early on Christmas Eve, and close early on New Year’s Eve. Target hasn’t released specific closing hours yet. Target stores will have regular hours on New Year’s Day.
Shoppers can expect the following Target store 2018 holiday hours:
- Christmas Eve: Open 7 a.m. to 12 a.m.
- Christmas Day: Closed
- New Year’s Eve: Open at 8 a.m., close TBD
- New Year’s Day: Open 8 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Check your local store to confirm hours of operation.
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Target Holiday Return Policy
Target’s standard return policy states that if the item is not opened and you have a receipt, you have up to 90 days to return or exchange your purchase. The policy applies to all items except for electronics and entertainment purchases.
For electronics and entertainment items purchased between Nov.1 and Dec. 25, however, you have 30 days to make a return or exchange. The return period for electronics and entertainment products will begin on Dec. 26. In addition, any Apple products — excluding iPhones — have a 15-day return period that begins on Dec. 26.
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