If you're anything like us, you'll wake up at the crack of dawn for the best Black Friday deals. Heck, you'll even cut Thanksgiving dinner short so you can nab the early bird specials the night before the big day. Sadly though, this tradition may be coming to an end. According to BlackFridayDeals.com, multiple stores have annouced that they won't be open prior to Black Friday.
This year, 55 major retailers have decided not to not open their doors on Nov. 23, instead leaving customers do all their shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Notable closures include Costco, H&M, Home Depot, Ikea, and TJ Maxx.
The main reason behind the change? To give employees and customers more time with family, the site reports.
Although Turkey Day closures have happened in the past, this year's list marks the longest one announced this early in October since the site began surveying shops in 2013.
Looks like we'll just have to wait for Black Friday itself to get in on the amazing deals. In the meantime, you can start planning your shopping itinerary by viewing the full list of closures here.