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Here’s what stores are open (and closed) on New Year’s Day 2023

January 1, 2023, 11:00 AM UTC
What's open and what's closed on New Year's Day 2023?
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Maybe you celebrated the end of 2022 a little too hard and plan to spend the day on the couch, absorbing as much football as you can. And, hey, there’s nothing wrong with that. But whether you’re suffering from a little cabin fever or just can’t stand the smell of black-eyed peas, you’ve got options.

Lots of options.

Hours will vary, of course, and it’s always a good idea to call first to confirm your local stores are open. Since New Year’s Day is on a Sunday this year, that wreaks a little havoc into some places that might normally be open. But here’s a look at places you can—and can’t—go.

Grocery stores open on New Year’s Day 2023

7-Eleven

Acme

Albertson’s

BJ’s Wholesale

Food Lion

The Fresh Market

Giant Food Stores

Harris Teeter

HEB

Kroger

Pavilions

Publix

Ralphs

Safeway

Stop & Shop

Super King Markets

Vons

Wawa

Wegmans

Whole Foods

Winn-Dixie

Grocery stores closed on New Year’s Day 2023

Aldi

Costco

Trader Joe’s

Retailers open on New Year’s Day 2023

Most people are hitting the brakes on their shopping as the holidays fade and the bleak economic outlook retakes center stage. But major retailers are generally open for business, hoping to lure shoppers in for one last round of buying, with the notable exception of Costco, as noted above.
Included among the stores that will be open for business are:

Bass Pro Shops

Belk

Best Buy

Big Lots!

Cabela’s

Dick’s Sporting Goods

Dollar General

Five Below

GameStop

Gap

Home Depot

Lowes

Macy’s

Marshall’s

Michael’s

Old Navy

PetSmart

Target

T.J. Maxx

Victoria’s Secret

Walmart

World Market

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