Macy’s Closing 65 Stores Nationwide in 2017

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macysAs I mentioned last February, many retail chains closed their doors to select stores in 2016 – including Macy’s, Kohl’s, The Gap, Sports Authority, Aeropostale, JCPenney, Office Depot and more.

AND, it appears that Macy’s is planning to close 65 more stores nationwide by year-end 2017 after seeing sales drop during the holidays, with 3 locations already shut down in 2016. Of the 68 total store closings (there are 730 total Macy’s stores), 9 closings had been previously announced in 2016. Go here and scroll down to see if your local Macy’s is making plans to close.

What are your thoughts on this news?

(Thanks, Ben, Patricia & Sarah!)

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Comments 75

  1. Suzanne H

    Personally, I’ve always found department stores to be incredibly frustrating. I don’t have the time to go looking through all of the different brands, all over the store for my size. I’d rather everything be grouped by size. I know it probably wouldn’t be “pretty” but it would make things much easier and more efficient. I think it’s an antiquated way to shop and only appeals to a certain generation. I predict we will see more and more closings of this nature.

    • Swirlypop

      I so agree with you!!!! Would be much easier to shop!!!

    • MA

      But some brands you could be a small and other brands a medium. Not sure how that would work. I feel as if you’d have to keep going back and forth to the small/medium depts. Grouping by brands makes more sense since not all brands’ sizes are the same fit. And yeah, I guess it wouldn’t look pretty and then people really wouldn’t want to shop there.

  2. CW

    I live near the one in West Palm Beach. It’s an upscale area called Citiplace that used to be a very bad area. Demolishing the neighborhood didn’t remove the element. Rent is sky high there and nothIng survives. Then add to it the stupid city made paid parking garages- no one wants to pay for parking! I personally will drive 20 miles away to shop at the other stores and go to the restaurants with no parking fees. Add that to Macy’s with severely overpriced items and coupons that exclude everything you would want to buy and it’s a recipe for disaster. I can get the same $80 dress for $7.49 online shipped to my door. I feel horrible for the employees affected.

    • KB

      I live in the same area and feel the exact same way!

      • CW

        KB did you notice the photo Collin used IS our Citiplace Macy’s?!?

    • Suzanne H

      Yes! Their coupons are virtually useless! I’ve only been able to use one or two in the last couple of years.

  3. Emily

    Oh man SLC and Layton ut

  4. Misty

    Whew! Mine not closing

  5. Aileen G

    I don’t shop at department stores, as others have said, they’re frustrating. Coupons are always available yet never seem to work on anything, they’re too big and items everywhere but not organized. The biggest problem here is when you read the press release and they flat out say they are going to save $250 Million by closing these stores and they’re going to use it to grow their online business (great) but also to invest in China (not great). So not only are thousands of store associates losing their jobs, but another American company is moving to China. Very sad.

    • Mindy

      They have to make profit. If we (US consumers) don’t want to shop at their stores due to price, they have to find other way to grow business elsewhere (other countries). They are pressured with growth and making profit. We want to pay things at certain price only. It cost so much more to keep a physical store than to maintain online store. It is sad that store associates are losing their jobs but it is us who don’t shop there ultimately contributes to their lost.

  6. Jem

    I am not an avid Macy’s shopper because I feel like it is too complicated to shop there (Lol!). I think their coupons have too many exclusions that they could not even list every single one of them on the fineprint. So when I would shop there I feel like the items I grab and take to the register would be a hit or miss and that is a waste of time. I shop when there are deals though, like the beauty deals on Black Friday.

    Nevertheless, I feel sad to see that a lot of the stores that opened even before I was born are closing and a lot of employees will be losing their jobs. One for instance, is the one in MN that opened in 1902! That sounds like a landmark now but now the store is set to close πŸ™

    • Karen

      The store in Minneapolis that is closing is the original Daytons store when that company first opened in 1902. Macy’s bought them out years ago & it has gone down hill since. My son worked his way through college at Macy’s but he came home frustrated with the company many days.

      It was also announced this morning that our local Sears & Kmart are closing. Brick & mortar stores will become a thing of the past sadly.

    • Dayna Lloyd

      I was annoyed when they went to the last act clearance section and coupons weren’t eligible towards it. There are so many exclusions that it’s almost pointless to use them.

      I do appreciate the online beauty deals though…they’re really good!

  7. darlene miller

    The one that is only 5 minutes from my house in Florida is closing..I am very sad I go there all the time and feel sorry for the 85 employees that will lose their jobs in a couple of months I will really miss the store!!!!

  8. Ellen

    The once flagship downtown Minneapolis is closing. It’s really hard to find affordable parking. The selection isn’t what it used to be (when it was Dayton’s or Field’s). I’m not surprised. Shopping trends change, and it’s hard to attract shoppers downtown. I think we just have to accept that the market conditions change, and people’s shopping habits change with it. I’m a person that loves to browse and window shop…yet I too do at least 70% of my shopping on line.

    • riss

      I still call (Macy’s) at State Street in Chicago Marshall Field’s when we visit or see it on tv πŸ™

  9. Jessica

    The one in my city, Downtown Minneapolis is closing πŸ™ It’s been there forever so it’s kind of sad…

  10. Dana

    One near me in MI is closing. Bummer.

  11. heather2662

    When they close a store, do they clearance the high end purfum and make-up department?

    I’d love to get a few things at a cheaper price and give an employee a little extra sales commission.

    • Lauren

      Once it goes to liquidation, I doubt employees get any commission.

      Ours closed last year. They announced it around this time and it took four months for it to fully close. No coupons, no returns. Everything is full price and started at a certain percentage and kept getting higher closer to the end of them closing.
      I did notice they put higher priced stickers over the original prices as well.

    • sann

      we just checked at ours that is closing and the 40% off didn’t include beauty dept.

    • Dayna Lloyd

      Usually the prices are higher when stores end up closing.

  12. Yessenia

    I LOVE Macy’s! I must have the best of luck because I’ve found amazing deals over the years. Clothes, furniture, decor… I love Macy’s! But thank God none are closing in my area.

    • Mindy

      My son is still wearing polo shirts I bought for him 8 years ago (I bought s, m, l, and xl). He wearing XL now! They were so cheap with coupons, less than what Goodwill charge.

  13. Maddy Argo

    Will store closing sales take gift card?

    • Bethany

      No. Mine did not take gift cards after the closing procedures began last year.

  14. Tonia

    Sad to hear so many stores are closing. I love Macy’s. There are no stores in my city, the closest is 105 miles away and scantly stocked. Every vacation out of state means s definite stop to a Macy’s. Once in a while I splurge on one of a kind, only Macy’s items, but Their clearance items especially shoes are my favorite. My heart is heavy for those losing jobs due to the closings.

  15. Jamie

    Loocations closest to me are in Nashville, TN or Birmingham, AL. I like and appreciate the store because there isn’t one in my area. Happy to see that those locations will be spared.

  16. Aleshia

    It isn’t just Macys’s. More kohls, CVS, and Sears are closing in 2017 along with other companies.

  17. Maori

    I prefer Nordstrom because of their free shipping and returns, friendly sales associates and much better website.

    • Katie

      Its nice if you have the money!

    • Kelsey

      Yes! If given the option of Macy’s or Nordstrom I’ll pick Nordstrom’s every time. Much better quality, customer service and appreciation. The only thing I would go to Macy’s for would be good deals on kitchen stuff, which Nordstrom doesn’t have.

  18. Mel

    Really?? Are you also glad to see hundreds of people lose there jobs??

    • Kelsey

      @mel, they should get an education and get a real job with better job outlook and security.

      • Jackie

        I worked for Macy’s for 15 years and it is a “real” job. I have a degree in international business and I work retail because I like the people and the job. It’s a shame there are people like you who look down on others for not being in a “real” job. I’m curious to know what jobs are considered “real” jobs?

      • mee

        You disgust me.

      • Catapult

        Real job? are you serious? Please stop being condescending

  19. Danielle

    Too bad. Macy’s clearance racks have the best deals! And there’s always tons of cute stuff on them. I can leave Ross, Marshalls, etc empty handed but always find something at Macy’s on their last chance racks

    • Katie

      Same here! Best clearance finds!!

  20. Katie

    Macy’s is one of the few stores I actually will walk into to shop at these days! Thankfully all my local stores are staying open. Sad for the employees that will lose their jobs, I hope they can find other employment.

  21. dblD-amber

    Bummer I always found great dresses in their clearance racks.

  22. Mindy

    If you have a choice to pay $20 online and $40 at the store, which one would you pick? The internet has changed everything! Keep calm and move on.

  23. Angela

    None of our Colorado locations are closing and I feel relieved.

  24. Emily

    I like Macy’s! I’m glad the one closest to me is staying open! Sorry the employees at the other stores are losing their jobs.

  25. sann

    I love Macy’s, I just wish they had better customer service and would listen to their customers. For intance, when you give a customer in store your credit card information to use on their purchase (they looked it up on the computer and got my info instead of hers and put the charge on my card) be a little more understanding when I get upset when I see unauthorized charges. They just said, Okay, is there anything else we can help you with today? No apoligies.
    Also, If you use a gift card, for even a small amount, yet purchase a large amount and have to return any part of it they try to give it back to you in a gift card! Ugg, it’s so annoying. Even if I give them $100 bucks, and a $10 gift card, and I return something for $15 they try to give me part of my return in a gift card. That has happened twice. If I want a gift card I will go buy one! I want my cash back and I’m entitled to it. I really hope someone from the company is reading this and passes it along bc I will just go to another store if they pull those shananagans.

    • lisa

      Actually usually returns are done that way. Your refund is the same method as your payment.

      • Bethany

        Uhm if he paid $10 with a gift card and $90 with cash for ONE order, why shouldn’t he get $15 back in cash if one item is returned? He paid mostly cash!!!

        • sann

          Thank you, that is exactly what I was trying to say. (I’m a she tho) lol
          They do end up giving me my cash back, but I have to say something then they get a manager override, which seems crazy.

  26. Heather

    Our “local” Macy’s (one-hundred miles away) closed earlier in 2016. It was the flagship store at our mall…now it’s a big empty void. It was depressing. Our closest one now is many hours away. 😞

  27. Starkissed01

    While I am not a big Macy’s shopper, I feel bad for the 10,000 employees that are loosing their jobs.

  28. Lisa

    Wow, no need to be so hostile bro.

  29. Jackie

    Noooooo πŸ™

  30. Jenn

    I like many of you hardly shop in stores. No don’t have the time to wander for hours. I don’t enjoy it either.

  31. Jennine

    Hey ya’ll πŸ˜‰ !!!!!!!!!! πŸ˜ƒIf you scroll and read at the Very end it says this:

    “In addition, in the next two years, the company plans to open approximately 50 additional Macy’s Backstage off-price locations (all of which will be inside existing Macy’s stores) and about 50 Bluemercury beauty specialty stores (freestanding and shops inside existing Macy’s stores).”

    This happened to one of our Dillard’s store in Las Vegas. They converted the existing Dillard’s into a Dillard’s discount store. Filled with leftover, or overstock from other Dillard’s. It has warehouse feel now, but IT IS AWESOME πŸ˜€

    • Kristine

      Which Dillard’s is this at? I thought the only Dillard’s that closed in vegas was the one in Boulevard Mall….where apparently the Macy’s there will now also close πŸ™

      • Jennine

        It’s in Meadows mall! For reference They dont have a beauty dept. They often do extra percentage off already marked down sales, Or buy one get one free sales. They even have last chance racks (which are my fav.) I scored a $110 Dillard’s dress for $15 on these racks! No joke! Check it out!!

    • Jenn

      I looove Dillard’s clearance centers, it’s like New Year’s Day pricing every day!! 😊

      • Mel

        One of the Dillard’s here became a clearance center and it was sooo trashy. Wall to wall racks of clothes. Sometimes there would be a rack of men’s clothes in the middle of the women’s! And I guess to keep the bills low, turned off half the lights throughout the store, so it’s like shopping in a half lit movie theater!

  32. Bethany

    My husband works for FedEx they are swamped as is ups so things change! One job lost here does not mean other jobs open! Just a thought to remember

  33. Katttro

    Our Macy’s is far, in a mall where there is never any parking, and the employees are very haughty… I feel like a poor relative every time I am there, and it has to do with the attitude of people working in the store (I have similar feelings about the Boston Store in my area). Not sure if this is an issue anywhere else, but I will choose to shop online 100 times before I walk into a place where things are impossible to find without a map and where I am made to feel inferior 9 times out of 10. Just my 2 cents.
    This is the age of shopping freedom. Free shipping and free returns remove the barriers to shopping online even that much more. Brick and mortar stores need to compete with that. Being able to try things on is overshadowed by the human factor, distance, lack of convenience and pricing.

  34. Debby

    Maybe it has something to do with people that think they should make $15 an hour to do low skill jobs ….. The rise in Health Insurance… the abuse of Workmans Comp…… fake & frivolous lawsuits (by customers & employees)….
    Economics 101….

    Working in these stores /fast food basically any service industry where no college degree is needed….in years past,were stepping stones in people’s lives to “enter the work force” ( I’m sure lots of worked fast food while in high school)… now people try to make it a career and demand higher wages.
    That’s why these jobs go oversees … there are more self checkouts and or these stores close down.
    Online sales have affected many business large and small. And people no longer want to have to deal with stores/people/parking etc. Don’t blame them… I don’t feel like I owe anyone a job locally… it’s not my responsibility to make sure everyone is educated and ready for the real world. Each individual on this planet is responsible for themselves and their own choices. It’s the misguided entitlement behavior that helps kick these businesses to go elsewhere. Everyone thinks they should make more $$, have to do less and companies “owe them”. NOPE…..
    Last few times I was in Macy’s I was greeted by hostile and lazy employees….and I went to 3. I would rather buy online then deal with crappy behavior of people who are being paid to be lazy and rude to me…

  35. Shell2016

    Im so sad. This is bad for people losing their jobs. None are closing
    In my area and Yes I do shop online only because I drive an old car thats a gas guzzler. Ill be Praying for everyone losing jobs life is hard in this world now in days. So we shall see what our new President brings us. Im hoping some good changes at least nevertheless !!

  36. Jackie

    What an awful thing to say! 10,000 people were just told they are losing their jobs. I’m never glad to hear that sort of news.

  37. Maria

    My store is closingπŸ™

  38. Cristine

    I noticed that they put themselves in a weird situation- the one by me was not a big Macy’s, but it had enough business. But they never had enough stuff. The dress section only had 2 racks, and then tons of open floor space. So I never found much there, and when I asked why they didn’t have as much selection, they told me it was because they didn’t have high enough sales like some of the other stores. Did it ever occur to them that they could sell more stuff if they had more stuff? It definitely drove me to stop going there, and I started looking online- always a bigger selection.

  39. CW

    By the way Collin the photo you used IS my Citiplace (West Palm Beach) Macys that is closing. It’s a massive anchor store of the entire shopping area. No idea what they will do with the space. Also, it’s the walk through from the parking garage and walking outside and around the store isn’t crazy safe late at night. Another reason not to shop in that area, and it will affect other smaller already hurting businesses!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh wow! Thanks for sharing.

  40. Edy

    I love my Macy’s only shop for the deals where they gave Macy’s money back , but , since, I had a knee injury during this time oh , how I wish they had a shopping cart at that time ,i know I wasn’t at (walmart) but, needed it , bought plenty of perfumes and they didn’t offer samples of there perfumes , I had to ask , they have plenty in bags! But, when I bought makeup online they did put a goodie bag with perfume samples that was nice! And the only time, I didn’t like a cashier is when she wanted me to purchase with credit card instead of cash , how she was like you know you don’t get plenty points or Macy’s share points, I told her I understand at this point, it don’t matter to me whether, I got points or not, hope employees get another job quick !!!

  41. Macys

    I work for this company and the only thing that they care for is to make sure the board of directors get the best price they can for their stock options who needs inside trading when you can manipulate the price of the stock by strategically making the right announcement to the news the media will do all the work for them. Lundgren is retiring so he will be going to the bank with a huge smile given to him by his workers which he has worked to the bone and in a environment that is extremely anti worker their motto is customers first and employees who care just give them less and expect more macys demise was when federated hostily bought their debt from prudential when they where under the courts protection, the courts assign ullman as the bankruptcy CEO and guess who he worked for before he got assigned you got it ullman this is a perfect example how the 10 % see us as cattle that they can prod us into submission

  42. Macys

    As a employee I can tell you that they told us before their public announcement and they follow by basically threatening us with we will have less staff in our stores and will expect more from the ones left and if you can’t deliver you should think twice if you want to work for the new company.

  43. Macys

    The only thing macys board of directors care about is their bonus and their stock options they care very little about their employees

  44. lisa

    My Thoughts πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ’¬πŸ’¬πŸ’¬πŸ—―πŸ—―πŸ—―πŸ’­πŸ’­πŸ’­πŸ’­ Collin is When will the companies learn that A.) The prices they put on things are Ridiculous, $200 for a dress crazy.πŸ‘—Even if its name brand its crazy because I bet ya its 99% of the time most of the clothing is made in China. 🎎🎏 and the quality is not good quality, Your paying only for the brand that your buying the company, not the dress and its poor quality. B.) People dont want to spend a lot of money, they want to save money not spend, I know its a company and their a business and they have to make money somehow, and make their profit. πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ“ˆπŸ“ˆπŸ“ˆ But at the same time you have to make reasonable prices that people will buy it, and it wont stay on the shelf or rack forever because its expensive. πŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘šC.) People rather shop at thrift stores or vintage stores to save money and if they can get a name brand shirt for less they will. Its whatever its convenient for the consumer if they buy it at a thrift store they will get it for less than purchasing brand new in a department store and your paying triple the price only because its name brand. D.) The thrift stores are going to take over more and more people are shopping at thrift stores to save money, and you have to save money anyway you can for you and your family. For instance I will give you an example where I live, I have live in my area for 14 years and their use to be a Palais Royal near by but, they wouldnt get enough business their, they really were never packed, everything was expensive, I guess they didnt get enough business their so they shut it down, and guess what??? a Thrift store bought their building, And now that, that same building use to be a Palais Royal, is a thrift store it gets really crowded, The parking lots are packed its rare if you find a parking space, My point exactly because people want to save money not spend and if they can get it somewhere cheap they will. E.) Quality, Even if you buy a brand new name brand shirt, doesnt mean its going to last long. Just like Victoria’s Secret were people kept saying that the quality of their underwear is going down πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘™ because its not the same how it use to be , Why? You ask because the quality the fabrics they use are not the same they use to use or its not being made in countries that are much better or who ever is making their products, so if its cheaply made it will tear in no time. So, as a consumer you bought the underwear thinking you got a great deal because its name brand in this case from Victoria’s Secret and you got it on sale but, the quality went down and you see that its made in China, Worst country that your clothes can be made from because they use poor products, fabrics to make things, so it will tear in no time. China makes a lot of toys and they have bad ingredients like Iron and other things. I was surprise that my store near me 10 minutes from where I live, is going to close, Wow, they already are going to close Dillards cause they didnt get enough business. That sucks, I hope they told the employees, or the employees know so, they can start looking for other jobs, Once it completely closes, that way they have a job when they leave so they wont be jobless, May God help the employees look for better jobs they need to maintain their families rent, bills everyone has their story. Or hopefully they can transfer to another nearby Macy’s if available to them. May God bless them all with great jobs. Thats all I have to say, Thanks for reading, and letting me share my opinion. Its evening here, Have a great night. πŸŒ’πŸŒ•πŸŒ–πŸŒ™πŸŒ™πŸŒ™πŸŒ πŸŒ πŸŒ β˜„β˜„β˜„πŸŒŸπŸŒ¬πŸŒ¬πŸŒ¬β„β„β„πŸ‘œπŸ‘œπŸ‘œπŸ›πŸ›πŸ›πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘—πŸ‘—πŸ‘—πŸπŸ’­πŸ’­πŸ’­πŸ’­πŸ’­πŸ—―πŸ—―πŸ—―πŸ—―πŸ—―πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘œπŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜²πŸ˜²πŸ˜²πŸ˜²πŸ˜²πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ‘–πŸ‘–πŸ‘–πŸ‘•πŸ‘•πŸ‘•πŸ‘—πŸ‘—πŸ‘—πŸ‘—πŸ‘˜πŸ‘˜πŸ‘˜πŸ‘˜πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘™πŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘šπŸ‘žπŸ‘žπŸ‘žπŸ‘žπŸ‘žπŸ‘œπŸ‘œπŸ‘œπŸ‘œπŸ‘œπŸ‘›πŸ‘›πŸ‘›πŸ‘›πŸ‘›πŸ‘›πŸ‘”πŸ‘”πŸ‘”πŸ‘”πŸ‘”πŸ‘”πŸ›πŸ›πŸ›πŸ›πŸ›πŸ›πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸ‘’πŸŽ©πŸŽ©πŸŽ©πŸŽ©πŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸ‘ŸπŸŽ“πŸŽ“πŸŽ“πŸŽ“πŸŽ“

  45. Macys

    A note about the employee of macys stores the closing does not just affect the employees from closing stores. This gives macys a opportunity to get people making to much money in macys eyes a oportunity to get rid of them, most stores will be loosing atleast half of their executive staff and about 10% of the selling staff. Macys is going to throw all the employees from stores within 15 miles radius into a bucket and the ones that float to the top low salary will be placed in those stores within the 15 miles radius and if for example you live 1 mile away from your store and refuse to take the job that they are offering you 14 miles from your home then your only option will be to quit with nothing. Atleast the ones at the bottom of the bucket will get some kind of severance. Macys did not make this decision based on business but based on how much bonus and what kind of higher price the board of directors can get for their stock options, I feel sorry for the new CEO cantor because lungren is leaving him holding the bag. The 10% have spoken and he’ll with the 90% is macys and all corporations in America mantra.

  46. Macys

    You will not see any of these comments mention on the television or in the newspapers because they all have their hands in the cookie jar is sad that the news have become a place where big corporations and wealthy individuals use to lead the masses where they want us. Self thinking reporters have all been erased

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