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Monday, September 6 is Labor Day, and it is the ideal date to enjoy it with the family. You must remember that not all businesses open on this date, so that below we share the stores that will be open, in case you need a product this day.
–Kroger: Most Kroger stores will be open, but it is best to call your nearest store to confirm if it will be open.
–Publix: Publix will be open regular hours, and most locations will open at 7:00 AM.
–Stop & Shop: stores will be open during normal hours.
–Trader Joe’s – Most Trader Joe’s locations will be open. Likewise, it is recommended that you call your closest branch to confirm its opening.
–Whole Foods: This year, Whole Foods will operate during special store hours, 8:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Convenience stores and liquor stores
–Dollar General: all Dollar General stores will be open.
–Dollar Tree: Most Dollar Tree locations will be open on Labor Day. You should call to find out if the one in your area will open as well.
–Liquor Stores: The possibility of buying liquor on Labor Day depends on the state in which you live, since each one has its own laws about liquor. Your favorite liquor store is likely open if you live in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, DC, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.
–CVS: most CVS locations will be open on Labor Day. However, they may work fewer hours, and the pharmacy hours, in particular, may be shortened.
–Rite Aid: Most Rite Aid stores will also be open regular hours.
–Walgreens: Walgreens locations will be open regular hours on Labor Day.
Sears: Sears stores across the country will open on Labor Day. They will be open during normal hours.
To the bad luck of Costco shoppers. Stores will be closed for Labor Day. However, on Sunday, September 5, its branches will be open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
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