While many are in the Thanksgiving spirit, others are more thankful for the deals of Black Friday which begins Thursday.
Many stores up and down the Central Valley are opening Thanksgiving night.
Best Buy is opening Thursday starting at 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. both in their Fresno and Clovis locations.
Target is doing the same thing, opening at 5 p.m. saying they have 100’s of doorbusters and thousands of deals.
The big sale is a 55 inch television for $199.99.
Many stores are claiming to have the biggest sale, everything from TV’s to the Xbox One X, PS4’s and not to mention games and movies.
The local Gamestop store will be opening Thanksgiving from 3 to 10 pm.
Participating Walmart stores throughout the Central Valley are even inviting people to spend Thanksgiving with them with a complimentary cup of coffee and sugar free cookies.
The doors open at 6 p.m.
Online sales started since Wednesday night and online specials are the thing this year.
Almost every retailers is having them and they aren’t even waiting for Black Friday to arrive.
Stores like Kohl’s is giving an additional 15% off promo code. Their stores opens at 5 p.m.
Sears giving up to 50% off tools, winter clothes, game tables, you name it.
Doors to the store open at 6 p.m. on Thursday and will be open all day Friday.
But despite all these sales and deals there are still stores who refuse to open Thanksgiving.
Costco, Burlington Coat Factory, TJMaxx, the Home Depot, and Lowe’s are some of the stores closed Thursday.