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More Coronavirus Updates

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Keep up with the latest news of coronavirus-related closings and cancellations.

Many stores, amusement parks, cruise lines, and events have closed, canceled, or adapted their practices due to coronavirus. We’ve compiled a list of closures and cancellations to help keep you informed.

Keep in mind that this situation is changing constantly, so please check back often for the latest updates and pay close attention to closures and cancellations in your local area.


Sign indicating temporary hours at Walmart

Retail Stores:

  • Abercrombie & Fitch – All Abercrombie & Fitch and Abercrombie kids stores outside of the Asia-Pacific region are temporarily closed.
  • Adidas – All stores will be closed until further notice. Online shopping is still available.
  • Aeropostale – All store locations are closed as mandated by federal, state or local guidelines. Shopping is available at Aeropostale.com.
  • Alex and Ani – All retail stores are temporarily closed. You can still shop online, but shipping times may be delayed.
  • American Eagle – All American Eagle and Aerie stores will be closed until further notice. Shopping is still available online, although shipping may be delayed.
  • American Girl – American Girl is temporarily closing all of its retail stores in the U.S. until further notice. You can still shop online at AmericanGirl.com.
  • Anthropologie – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Anthropologie.com.
  • Apple Stores – All Apple stores outside of Greater China will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Apple.com, the Apple Store app or the app store.
  • Athleta – All stores are closed until further notice. You can continue to shop at Athleta.com. Athleta has also extended the return window to July 1, 2020 for all purchases made between January 1, 2020 and March 31, 2020.
  • Aveda – All Aveda stores in the United States will be closed until further notice. You can still order through your salon’s website or Aveda.com.
  • Avon – Avon has moved to remote operations, which will require the shutdown of all Avon inbound phone and chat services. The Avon Care Center will be available by email only until further notice.
  • Bath & Body Works – All stores in the U.S. and Canada are closed until further notice. Online orders will continue to be fulfilled.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can continue to order online at bedbathandbeyond.com.
  • Belk – All stores will be temporarily closed to customers under further notice. Shopping at Belk.com is still available.
  • Best Buy – Although stores are currently closed to customers, you can still shop online and pick up your order with free, contactless Curbside Pickup at participating locations.
  • Bergdorff Goodmann – All stores closed until further notice.
  • Bloomingdales – All locations are closed until further notice. You can shop online at Bloomingdales.com.
  • Buckle – All Buckle stores are closed, but online shopping continues at Buckle.com.
  • Build-A-Bear Workshops – All stores closed until further notice. Online ordering will still be available, although shipping will take 2-4 weeks.
  • Burlington – All stores are temporarily closed and the company’s website currently has limited functionality.
  • Carter’s – All stores are closed, and Carter’s has temporarily extended its return policy to July 1, 2020 for all purchases made between March 1, 2020 – May 1, 2020. You can still shop online at Carters.com.
  • Catherines – All stores closed until further notice. Online shopping is still available.
  • Champion – All stores closed until further notice. Online shopping is still available, although shipments may be delayed.
  • Claire’s – All North American stores are temporarily closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Claires.com
  • Columbia Sportswear Company – All North America brick and mortar stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Columbia.com.
  • Crate & Barrel – All Crate and Barrel, CB2, and Hudson Grace stores in the U.S. and in Canada are temporarily closed.
  • Crocs Stores – All company-owned retail stores and outlets located in North America are closed. You can continue to shop at Crocs.com, but expect shipping delays.
  • David’s Bridal – All stores will be closed until further notice. David’s will ship previously placed in-store orders to you, free of charge. Text SHIP TO ME to 38201 and select “All Other Inquiries” to get started.
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods – All stores are temporarily closed. Select locations are implementing Curbside Contactless Pickup on from 9 AM to 6 PM daily. You can also order online and have items shipped to your home.
  • Disney Stores (shopDisney) – All stores are closed until further notice. You can still shop online at shopDisney.com.
  • Dollar General – The first hour after each store opens is dedicated to senior shoppers.
  • DSW – While many stores in the U.S. and Canada remain temporarily closed, select stores are still open. Curbside pickup is available in some locations.
  • Eddie Bauer – All stores will be closed through April 26. You can still shop online
  • Foot Locker – All North America stores are closed until further notice. You may shop at Footlocker.com.
  • Forever 21 – All stores are closed until further notice. You can still shop at Forever21.com.
  • Fossil – All Fossil and Fossil Outlet stores in North America will closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Fossil.com.
  • Free People – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at FreePeople.com.
  • GAP – All GAP, Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic, Janie and Jack, and Intermix stores are temporarily closed. They have extended the return window to JULY 1, 2020 for all purchases made between January 1, 2020 and March 31, 2020.
  • Gymboree – All retail stores will be temporarily closed until further notice. You can still shop online at gymboree.com.
  • H&M – All stores in the United States will be closed until further notice. You can continue to shop online and shipping charges are waived during this time.
  • Hallmark – Company-owned Hallmark Gold Crown stores in the United States and Canada are temporarily closed. Independent retailers who own and operate stores within the Hallmark retail network make their own decisions regarding their store operations.
  • Harry & David – All locations are closed until further notice. Online shopping is still available.
  • Hobby Lobby – All locations are closed until further notice, but you can still shop online at HobbyLobby.com.
  • Hollister – Hollister and Gilly Hicks temporarily closed all of its stores outside of the Asia-Pacific region starting.
  • Home Depot – Home Depot remains open. All stores will close at 6 PM daily, but opening hours haven’t changed.
  • Home Goods – All retail stores are temporarily closed in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. You can still shop online.
  • Hot Topic – All stores are closed until further notice.
  • Icing – All North American stores are closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Icing.com.
  • IKEA – All stores in the U.S. are temporarily closed. You can still order online and some stores will be available for click and collect.
  • JCPenney – All stores are temporarily closed. Customers can continue to shop online.
  • J.Crew and J.Crew Factory – All stores closed until further notice. You can still shop online at J.Crew.com.
  • JOANN – National store hours are temporarily changed to 10 AM – 7 PM. Some stores may be closed or have further limited hours, depending on local restrictions. Contactless Curbside Pick-Up is available at all stores, and in many locations it is the only way to shop the store.
  • Journeys -All stores closed until further notice. You can still shop online.
  • Justice – All stores are closed until further notice. You can continue to shop at Justice.com.
  • Kate Spade New York – All North American stores are closed until further notice. Online shopping is encouraged at KateSpade.com.
  • Kirkland’s – All stores are closed until further notice.
  • Kohl’s – All stores are closed nationwide until further notice. Online shopping is still available. Drive-up pick-up is now available at select locations.
  • Lane Bryant – All stores are closed until further notice. Shopping online is still available.
  • LEGO Store – Company-owned LEGO Brand Retail stores are closed until further notice in all countries except China. Lego.com is still taking orders.
  • Levi’s – All Levi’s and Levi’s Outlet store in the US will be closed until further notice. You can continue to shop online.
  • L.L.Bean – All U.S. Retail locations will be closed until further notice. You can still order online.
  • LOFT – All stores are now closed through April 11. Online ordering will still be available.
  • L’Occitane – All boutiques will be closed until further notice1.
  • Lululemon – All lululemon stores in North America and Europe are temporarily closed.
  • Lush – All Lush retail stores across Canada and the US will be closed until further notice.
  • M-A-C Cosmetics – All stores will be closed until further notice. Retail sales online will continue.
  • Macy’s – All Macy’s stores, including all Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bluemercury, Macy’s Backstage, Bloomingdales the Outlet and Market by Macy’s stores, will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at macys.com, bloomingdales.com, and bluemercury.com, as well as through their mobile apps.
  • Madewell – All stores will be closed until further notice. Retail sales online will continue.
  • Marmot – All retail stores are closed until further notice.
  • Marshalls – All retail stores are temporarily closed in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. Online sales have been discontinued too.
  • Morphe – All Morphe stores have been closed worldwide. You can still shop at Morphe.com, but shipments may be delayed.
  • New Balance – New Balance has temporarily closed office, factory, and retail locations in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. You can still shop online at New Balance.com.
  • New York & Company – All stores are temporarily closed until further notice.
  • Nike – Stores in the US, Canada, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand will remain closed until further notice.
  • Nordstrom – All U.S. and Canada stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Nordstrom.com and Nordstromrack.com.
  • Old Navy – All stores in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will be closed until further notice. They have extended the return window to July 1, 2020 for all purchases made between January 1, 2020 and March 31, 2020.
  • Origins – All free-standing stores in the U.S. have been closed until further notice.
  • OshKosh – All stores are closed until further notice. You can still shop online at OshKosh.com.
  • PacSun – All stores will be closed through April 26. You can still shop online.
  • Patagonia Stores – Patagonia is closing its stores, but its website is up and running for online orders again.
  • Penzey’s – All stores are closed until further notice. Online sales have been discontinued through April 13.
  • Petco – Stores will be open with reduced hours from 10 AM – 6 PM. Veterinary services will be open with limited-contact drop off and text notifications when your pet is ready for pick-up.
  • Pier 1 Imports – All stores are temporarily closed, but you can still shop online at Pier1.com.
  • Prana – All Prana stores are closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Prana.com.
  • Puma – all stores are closed until further notice. Online sales will continue.
  • REI – REI retail stores nationwide are now closed until further notice.
  • Ross Dress for Less – All stores are temporarily closed.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue – All stores are closed until further notice.
  • Sam’s Club – All club opening hours will be 9 AM – 8 PM, Monday through Saturday. Sunday hours will remain at 10 AM – 6 PM. Prescheduled Club Pickup orders will still be available for pickup starting at 7 AM.
  • Samsonite – All corporate-owned and operated retail stores in North America are closing until further notice. You can still shop online.
  • Savers – All stores are closed until further notice.
  • See’s Candies – All stores are temporarily closed, and online sales have been discontinued.
  • Sephora – All retail stores in the U.S. and Canada are closed until further notice.
  • Sierra Trading Post – All retail stores are temporarily closed in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. Online sales have been suspended as well.
  • Skechers– All stores in U.S. and Canada will be closed until further notice.
  • Sunglass Hut – All retail stores across America are temporarily closed. Shopping is available at SunglassHut.com.
  • Skip Hop – All stores have been closed until further notice. You can still shop online at SkipHop.com.
  • Target – All stores will now close by 9 PM daily, and the number of shoppers inside each store will be limited to encourage social distancing.
  • The Body Shop – All retail stores will be closed across North America until further notice. You can still shop at TheBodyShop.com.
  • The Children’s Place – All retail stores will be temporarily closed until further notice. You can still shop online at TheChildrensPlace.com.
  • The Container Store – All stores are temporarily closed, but you can still shop online for home delivery. Some stores are also offering contactless Click & Pick Up or scheduled in-store appointments for one customer at a time.
  • Terrain – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Terrain.com.
  • Tillys – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can continue to shop at Tillys.com.
  • TJ Maxx – All retail stores are temporarily closed in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. Online sales have been temporarily discontinued as well.
  • TOMS – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at Toms.com.
  • Torrid – All stores are closed until further notice. Online shopping is still available.
  • UGG – All UGG stores in North America & Europe will be temporarily closed until further notice.
  • ULTA – All locations are closed until further notice. Online shopping is still available.
  • Under Armour – All Under Armour stores in North America are closed until further notice. You can still order at UnderArmour.com.
  • Urban Outfitters – All stores will be closed until further notice. You can still shop online at UrbanOutfitters.com.
  • Vans Stores – All stores in U.S. and Canada will be closed until May 4. You can still order from Vans.com.
  • Victoria’s Secret – All stores will be closed until further notice. Their online store has reopened, but you may experience delivery delays.
  • West Elm – All stores will be closed through April 16. Online sales will still be available.
  • Williams Sonoma – All stores will be closed through April 16. Online sales will still be available.
  • Wilsons Leather – All stores will be closed until further notice. Online sales will continue.
  • World Market – All stores are closed until further notice. You can continue to shop at WorldMarket.com.
  • Yankee Candle – All retail and outlet stores will be closed until further notice. You can still order online.

Cinderellas castle at Disneyland

Amusement Parks


Diamond Princess cruise ship

Cruise Lines

  • Carnival has canceled all sailings through and including May 11, all Alaska sailings through and including June 30, 2020, all San Francisco sailings through 2020, all Carnival Radiance sailings through and including November 1, and all Carnival Legend sailings through and including October 30.
  • Disney Cruise Line has canceled all departures Through May 17 and Vancouver Sailings through the end of June.
  • Holland America Cruise Line has suspended sailings for an additional 30 days. This suspension impacts sailings scheduled to depart through May 14.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line has suspended cruise voyages across the fleet through May 14.
  • Princess Cruises has suspended operations until May 11.
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises has suspended operations through May 11.
  • Viking River Cruises has extended its temporary suspension of operations through June 30.
  • A new cruise line called Virgin Voyages announced that it will delay its inaugural voyage until August 7.

Publix storefront

Grocery Stores / Pharmacies 

  • ALDI – ALDI stores will be open from 9 AM to 7 PM daily with special hours for vulnerable shoppers and store occupancy limits.
  • Costco – All Coscto warehouses will close at 6:30 PM Monday – Friday. Gas stations will close at 7 PM on weekdays and 6:30 PM on weekends.
  • Giant Food Stores – Store hours will change from 6 AM – 10 PM with the first hour for customers over the age of 60.
  • H-E-B – Stores will open at 8 AM and close at 8 PM until further notice.
  • Kroger and Affiliates – Select stores will have limited operating hours; it varies by store/region.
  • Publix Grocery Stores – All stores will be open from 8 AM to 8 PM.
  • Sam’s Club – All club opening hours will be 9 AM – 8 PM, Monday through Saturday. Sunday hours will remain at 10 AM – 6 PM. Store occupancy limits will be enforced, and pre-scheduled Club Pickup orders will still be available for pickup starting at 7 AM.
  • Target – Stores will close an hour earlier at 9 PM, and store occupancy limits will be enforced.
  • The Fresh Market – Stores will be open 8 AM-9 PM daily.
  • Trader Joe’s – Until further notice, all locations will close at 7 PM.
  • Whole Foods – Store hours have been adjusted and can vary by location. Senior citizens can shop one hour before the general public.
  • Walgreens – Locations will be open from 9 AM – 9 PM on weekdays. 24-hour stores will have drive-through services available 9 PM – 9 AM.
  • Walmart – All Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 7 AM to 8:30 PM until further notice. Stores operating under more reduced hours will keep their current hours of operation.
  • Whole Foods – Hours vary by location, but most store hours are now 8 AM-8 PM.
  • Winco Grocery Stores – Select locations will be closed from 12 AM – 5 AM.
  • Winn Dixie Grocery Stores – All locations will be open from 7 AM – 8 PM until further notice.

chick fil a store front

Restaurants:

  • Applebee’s – Select Applebee’s restaurants are still open with reduced hours for Carside To Go and contactless delivery orders.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings – Restaurants are only open for carryout and delivery.
  • Bojangles – Restaurants are limiting service to drive-thru ordering, carry-out, and delivery only.
  • The Cheesecake Factory – They are following all local ordinances regarding restaurant hours, occupancy limits and dining restrictions. Many stores will transition to allow take-out and delivery service only using pick-up in a restaurant, curbside service, or having food delivered to your door.
  • Chick-fil-A – All locations will be closing their dining rooms. Some locations will offer drive-thru only, while some may offer takeout, delivery, or mobile ordering.
  • Chuck E. Cheese – On-premise dining, entertainment, and arcade rooms at all restaurants is suspended.
  • Denny’s – Denny’s On Demand is offering contactless delivery and pickup.
  • Dunkin’ – Restaurants are limiting service to drive-thru ordering, carry-out, and delivery only.
  • Firehouse Subs – Seating in dining rooms has been temporarily suspended. At some locations, guests can continue to order at the counter and carry out. Guests can also order online, call ahead, or choose a delivery option, when available. Some stores may have limited hours, so call ahead.
  • Jack in the Box – All dining rooms are closed. Drive-thrus remain open, along with mobile pick up and delivery.
  • Jersey Mike’s – Indoor dining is temporarily closed. Guests can place takeout orders in-store or for pickup on the website or app. Delivery is also available in most areas.
  • Logan’s Roadhouse – All corporate-owned restaurants are closed until further notice.
  • McDonald’s – All franchisees are encouraged to close dine-in areas and move to Drive-Thru, Delivery, and Walk-In Take-Out. They are also encouraged to close all entrances to Play Places.
  • Noodles & Company – All locations will have a “to-go” policy only – no dining in. You can pick up or carry out only and they will continue offering delivery. They will also be closing early at 8 pm daily.
  • Olive Garden – Carside Pickup and Delivery are available while dining rooms are temporarily closed.
  • Panda Express – All locations have closed their dining rooms. You can still order take-out, delivery, and drive-thru.
  • Pei Wei – All locations are closed until further notice.
  • Starbucks – Starbucks has temporarily closed cafes and moved toward offering drive-thru and delivery services only. The company has a plan to gradually reopen some locations, which you can read more about here.
  • Sweet Tomatoes – All locations have been temporarily closed until further notice.
  • Taco Bell – Taco Bell dining rooms are closed, but the chain is still open for drive-through and delivery.
  • Waffle House – Restaurants are closed to dine-in guests, but many are still serving to-go and carryout orders.
  • Whataburger – All locations have closed their dining rooms. You can still order for take-out, delivery, and drive-thru.

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Entertainment:

  • Regal Theaters – All theaters are closed until further notice. Starting on March 17, Regan suspended payments for all Unlimited members until theaters reopen.
  • AMC Theatres – All theaters will be closed for 6-12 weeks or until further notice. As a result of the temporary theatre closures, AMC will automatically pause all A-List memberships for the time that AMC theatres are closed, with no billing or payments occurring.
  • Cinemark Theaters – All theaters are closed. Cinemark will extend the expiration date for all Cinemark Movie Rewards points to June 30th, 2020. Also, they’ll pause all Movie Club memberships while their theaters are closed.

Gyms/Fitness Centers:

  • Gold’s Gym – All company-owned locations are closed until further notice.
  • LA Fitness – All clubs are closed until further notice. All memberships will be extended to cover the time closed.
  • Orangetheory – All corporate-owned studios will be closed until further notice. Franchisee stores will decide on an individual basis on how to best serve their community. Any closures will suspend membership dues immediately.
  • Planet Fitness – All company-owned locations will be closed until further notice.
  • Life Time Clubs – All locations are temporarily closed.

Boston Marathon runners

Sporting Events

  • Boston Marathon – Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has announced that the 124th Running of the Boston Marathon has been rescheduled for September 14.
  • Major League Baseball – The MLB has suspended all baseball operations to include the remainder of Spring Training games. The start of the 2020 regular season has been delayed until further notice.
  • Major League Soccer – The MLS season is suspended through May 10.
  • The Masters Golf Tournament– The Masters Tournament, the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and the Drive, Chip & Putt National Finals have been postponed.
  • National Basketball Association – All NBA games were suspended indefinitely on March 11 after a Utah Jazz player tested positive for the virus.
  • National Hockey League – The NHL suspended its season indefinitely beginning on March 12.
  • NCAA – All of the NCAA’s winter and spring championships have been canceled.
  • Olympic Games 2020 Tokyo – The summer Olympics have been postponed and will be held from July 23 through August 8, 2021.
  • Wimbeldon – The 2020 tennis tournament has been canceled. The 134th Championships will now be played from June 28 – July 11 2021.

The Metropolitan Musem of Art exterior

Travel Destinations and Other Tourist Attractions

  • Airbnb – Airbnb is now offering guests full refunds and hosts no charge cancellations for reservations booked on or before March 14th with a check-in date of April 14th or earlier. This policy will not cover any new bookings.
  • American Airlines – You can cancel your scheduled trip now and rebook later when you are ready. The value of your ticket is safe. Find the full details on this policy here.
  • Broadway Shows – Broadway Theaters have suspended their performances through June 7.
  • Carnegie Hall  – The remainder of the Hall’s 2019–2020 season has been canceled.
  • Great Wolf Lodge Resorts – Great Wolf Lodge locations are now closed through May 19.
  • Kalahari Resorts & Conventions – All locations are closed through May 1.
  • The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. has canceled all performances and public events through May 10. Select performances beyond this date have also been canceled.
  • Las Vegas – many resorts, hotels, and casinos are closed. If you have plans to visit, call ahead for the latest closures.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of ArtThe Met has closed its doors at all three locations – the Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters.
  • MGM Resorts – MGM Resorts has suspended operations at its Las Vegas properties until May 1. Affected properties include Bellagio, CityCenter, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, The Mirage, New York-New York, Park MGM, and T-Mobile Arena.
  • The National Gallery of Art – The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D. C. is closed until further notice. All public events are canceled through Monday, September 7, 2020.
  • The National Zoo – The National Zoo in Washington, D. C. is closed indefinitely.
  • The Smithsonian Institution – All Smithsonian museums in Washington, D. C. and New York City are closed indefinitely. They are not announcing a re-opening date at this time and will provide updates on a weekly basis.
  • U.S. Capitol Building – The U.S. Capitol Building is closed to the public until further notice. House and Senate office facilities are also closed to the public.
  • Wynn Resorts – Wynn Resorts has temporarily closed Wynn Las Vegas and Encore.

If you have information regarding additional closures of national interest, please share in the comments below. Stay safe! ♥

Join The Discussion

Comments 339

  1. huertac1

    Is kohl’s cancelling in store pickup orders? I just placed an order yesterday, just wondering if I should cancel myself.

    • PrincessMom

      You could probably call and get them to ship it to your home at no cost since you were supposed to get it in store and they’ve closed. Worth trying instead of just canceling your order.

  2. D

    This is so helpful – thank you for all of the research and great work! A quick note that JCPenney has closed all stores, in case you want to update the list. Thanks!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome, D! Thank YOU for the heads up!

  3. PrincessMom

    Forever 21 is listed twice—I’m assuming they updated. Just a heads up so you can delete the outdated info 😉

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks! I just fixed it!

      • Mrs. Temple

        JcPenney is closed as well until April 2nd. I work there PT on weekends.

        • lisa

          Yes they closed yesterday

        • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

          Thanks! I just updated that.

  4. Dee

    Anybody knows about ROSS DRESS FOR LESS store timing or are they closed? Thanks!!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      We haven’t seen any press releases or emails from Ross to change their normal business hours at this time. As soon as we hear something, we will update you.

      • Mrs. Temple

        Ross is closed until further notice. A friend of mine works there and they called her today to have them pick up their last checks.

        • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

          From my research, Ross has been closing some stores due to declining sales. She may have been part of that and I’m sorry. We still haven’t been able to find any other information on temporary closures.

          • Jessica

            Google Ross they are closing their store the 20th. Posted 30 minutes ago

    • Betty Bates

      My son works for ROSS in Sequim, WA and they told him after his shift that starting today (3/20), they will close for 2 weeks. But they will be paying their part time employees for 17 hrs each week. I’m not sure how many hours for their full time employees. I thought that was such a great gesture on their part!!

  5. Cheryl72

    I think Forever 21 is supposed to say 12pm-6pm on Sunday, not 12am?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      They are closed now.

  6. pokz

    Kalahari closed

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much! That has been added!

  7. sck7290

    But any word on if return policies will be extended at these closing stores? I called Bed Bath and Beyond and The Container Store today and both said they are keeping their return policy and as far as they know, open tomorrow. Sorry, but I’m pregnant and don’t feel safe going to make these returns! It sucks. Don’t need to risk myself or my family.

    • Anna

      Same!! I have returns for home goods and kohl’s And an amazon kohl’s return to do that expires within this time. Idk what to do now

      • LisaD

        Take it to ups….they are still open. You can return your amazon that way

    • Nora-Lee

      Same I have returns for Macy’s . Stores are closed, tried calling their 800 to see if I could mail it, but they don’t have anyone available. Hopefully they open and I can return before I have to pay my credit card 🙁

    • Sam

      Bed, bath and beyond sent an email to it’s members a few days ago stating they are EXTENDING their return period up to 240 days from the purchase date. Idk about another stores. They seem to NOT KNOW at this time. 🤦🏻‍♀️ DDs discount and Burlington

  8. Susan

    Planet Fitness – closed but I can’t find the email with the dates.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks! I found the info and added it.

    • Anna

      I wish they wouldn’t of charged for the month since I can’t go in for over two weeks

  9. Emily

    Lego stores are closed until at least the 27th.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you, Emily!

  10. Luis

    Some Macy’s stores are closed as are all corporate Hallmark stores. The corporate Hallmark stores will remain closed until April 1st.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you, Luis!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Ian!

  11. Elizabeth

    Technically not a consumer retail closure, but Alabama beaches are now closed to the public as of 5pm today. We still have a lot of spring breakers and snow birds here currently.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing that with us, Elizabeth! Good to know!

  12. Gramma C

    So tired of all the people crying about the “greedy people who are hoarding everything” People are just stocking up. Big difference. There are thousands and thousands of people who don’t usually go out and do big shopping who are now buying more food and supplies than usual. So of course there’s going to be a shortage for awhile. Stop blaming everyone because you can’t find what you need.

    • M c

      Some people are hoarding though, that’s why there’s a shortage. Someone filling their cart up with toilet paper and water and pasta to last 6 months is hoarding.

      • Cristine

        I agree. Some are hoarding much more than they need. It’s one thing to stock up but another to try building up a 6 month supply all of a sudden.

    • Liz

      If people would just get what they for the next 2 weeks or even month there would be plenty for everyone. There’s people that need essentials that are really struggling to find them.

  13. Deanna

    Hope everyone stays safe and calm during this time. Today in California our governor put a state wide notice of shelter in place. So only can go out to get food medicine or other essentials. There is no toilet paper or eggs in town but i was able to get online at dollar General at 1am last night and they had some toilet paper in stock and now its being shipped. So maybe try your luck that way.

  14. amgoodman

    Tjmaxx, Sierra Trading Post, Marshalls both retail AND online are closed for 2 weeks. I am assuming this means homegoods online as well!!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for letting us know! The list has been updated!

  15. Heather Simpson

    Not that itll matter to most.. but David’s Bridal is also closed unless it is curbside pickup for something you ordered.

    Our wedding was canceled. Theyll still honor their refund policy an additional 2 weeks after they open.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      SO sorry to hear about that, Heather. Thanks a bunch for the heads up on this information. I have added it to the list above.

    • Marinova

      I’m really sorry to hear that. I hope that when this is all over it’s even better because you’ll have had ample time to plan every minute detail!

  16. GTgrad

    This is about as serious as it gets if Kohl’s is closing!

  17. Susan

    Are pet stores open? Maybe make a list of what is still open? My friend got a nail in her car tire. She is a nurse, what auto places are open so she can get it fixed so she can go to work? Just an idea. Take care.

    • lisa

      I used midas when this happened to me. They fixed it for free!

  18. Richy

    Thank you for this extensive list.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re most welcome, Richy! Glad this list is helpful!

  19. acgold

    Cheesecake Factory closed all restaurants, not paying their employees. They claim they cannot even pay the rent on many locations. I read they made $2.4 billion last year. We will never eat there again.

    • Rose

      Incorrect. Only 27 locations have closed temporarily, but the remaining are open following local take out/delivery guidelines. I heard furloughed employees are going to continue to receive health benefits. And the ceo and other higher ups have taken a pay cut to navigate the ever changing pandemic.

    • SMH

      I agree! Will never eat there again! If it’s mom & pop stores, I will totally on board. But for Cheesecake Factory claiming they can’t pay the rent because of the slow business is just nonsense. Look at their CEO’s salary! Made million last year. If you want to know which big companies that treat their employees well, this is the time. Look who’s stepping up to help.

  20. Kassi

    The Olympics!

    • snezhinka

      postponed for one year

  21. Diana

    All my stores in las vegas have been closed….. 🙁

  22. ATM

    best buy ??

    • Missy

      Best buy store is closed inside. You can order online for store pick up and they will bring it outside when you arrive or you can have it shipped

  23. Cheyenne

    Select Applebees restaurants are open for carryout

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Cheyenne!

  24. Amy

    thank you for all the info!

    Nice to have list.

    Be safe and healthy !

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Amy! Wishing you all the same! 💖

  25. HEATHER

    I ordered Starbucks to go yesterday (3/27) and they were only allowing pick-up through the long drive thru line, I could not enter the store.

  26. Lisa

    To add to the wonderful things that retailers are doing to help customers out, I just got an email from Walgreens stating that they were putting a “pause” on the expiration date for customers’ rewards. I went and messaged a grocery store (Hy-Vee), a wonderful Midwest grocery chain, because I had some fuel rewards expiring. We simply have NOT been doing any traveling and I was not going to be able to take advantage of them any time real soon. I was so grateful that they went ahead and extended my fuel rewards that were expiring next week out for another 30 days. Again, restaurants and grocery chains are pretty amazing in these ever-changing times.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Thanks for taking the time to share that with us, Lisa!

  27. kslay20

    Buckle stores are also closed until further notice, but you can still shop online at Buckle.com.

  28. browniesmomma

    Went to Starbucks drive-thru this morn in Indiana, & it was completely closed! They had a notice they won’t open till April 30th to comply with virus order. What’s up with that? We are not even in a major city. 😞

  29. Karen

    Airbnb may be giving refunds for stays up to April 14, but I have a reservation in New York City on April 18 — three weeks from now!). They refuse to give me a refund as does the host. Are you kidding me? I’m at risk, but even those who aren’t shouldn’t be going to NYC in the next few weeks (months?). Airbnb will not longer respond to customers. They get to keep my money and get a bail-out, too.

    • Lisa

      Karen, can you dispute your CC charge? If you used that? And not sure what the reason would be…. other than “pandemic.” It seems rationale to me… but who am I! Hope it works out for you and you stay well.

  30. Laura falk

    Yeah what about petsmart stores are they open because I don’t see them on the list and Am in need of going to get some pet food

  31. Rachelle

    Hershey park events?

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