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What Stores Are Open and Closed for Presidents’ Day 2015?

By , February 13th, 2015 | 4 Comments »


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Washington’s Birthday (commonly known as Presidents’ Day) is the third of 10 federal holidays in the US. It’s celebrated each year on the third Monday in February. In 2015, it will be celebrated on February 16. Those who work for the federal government will get the day off of work, but this isn’t the case for everyone in the US. Federal holidays aren’t national holidays, and businesses decide whether or not to observe each one.

Presidents’ Day is one of the federal holidays where it really varies who gets the day off and who doesn’t. For example, banks usually always close for federal holidays, but several banks remain open for this one. Another industry which rarely observes this holiday is retail outlets. In fact, they have adopted the holiday as a great way to promote sales within their retail outlets. Most stores will not only remain open for business on February 16, but they will try to entice you through their doors with Presidents’ Day sales and Valentine’s Day sales, since it happens to land on the Saturday of Presidents’ Day weekend this year.

Is Target open on Presidents’ Day?

Yes, Target is open on Presidents’ Day. Target stores will be open their regular hours on February 16. Most Target stores only close two days a year,¬†Christmas Day and Easter Sunday. They are open for business the rest of the year, including this holiday.

Is Costco open on Presidents’ Day?

Yes, Costco is open on Presidents’ Day. When it comes to retail outlets, Costco is one that gives its employees more days off than most. Presidents’ Day, however, isn’t one of these days. Costco stores will be open for business on February 16 for their normal Monday hours. For those who shop at Costco often, you may want to refer to the Costco holiday schedule for 2015.

Is Walmart open on Presidents’ Day?

Yes, Walmart is open on Presidents’ Day. Like both Costco and Target, Walmart remains open on February 16. In fact, there is only a single day most Walmart stores close, which is Christmas Day. It is open for business every other day of the year.

In addition to the the above retailers, almost every large retail store remains open over the Presidents’ Day weekend. In fact, most will promote the weekend with sales to try and entice you to their store. Below you’ll find other retailers which will be open for the holiday:

  • Is Kohl’s open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is JC Penny open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Dillard’s open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Saks Fifth Avenue open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Neiman Marcus open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Sears open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Macy’s open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Belks is open Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Nordstrom open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Best Buy open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Kmart open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Sams Club open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is BJ’s Wholesale Club open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Rite Aid open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is CVS open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Walgreens open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Home Depot open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.
  • Is Lowe’s open on Presidents’ Day? Yes, it is.

It’s important for those who are planning to take advantage of the Presidents’ Day sales to remember that just because something has a good price tag, it doesn’t necessarily make it a good deal. If you were never planning on making the purchase before you saw the price, then you aren’t saving any money at all. Look for good deals which are already on your shopping list, but don’t make a purchase you didn’t plan just because of the price.

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Comments

  • Denise says:

    I really think it’s a shame that the holidays we have in the US are no longer celebrated as holidays with some type of meaning behind them, but just an excuse to go shopping and spend money. There’s something fundamentally wrong with that.

  • Dashi says:

    I believe people can do what ever they want on the holidays provided.
    Different people has different ideas. So there’s nothing wrong with people shopping and spending their money on a national holiday…I mean it’s not like they’re spending YOUR hard earned money…it’s simply others decision, not yours.

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