American membership-only warehouse club chain BJ’s Wholesale Club announced that its location store hours for this year’s Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday and amongst other holiday season according to its news release. For the eleventh straight year in a row, the chain retailer will be not be opening its brick-and-mortar stores on Thanksgiving Thursday, November 23, and it will re-open on Black Friday, November 24, at 7 A.M., when BJ’s Wholesale Club members will be able to score the biggest amount of Black Friday 2017 deals and doorbusters in the retailer’s history.
[agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]BJ’s Wholesale Club’s president and CEO, Chris Baldwin said:
“Thanksgiving gives family and friends the chance to spend time together. We’re committed to letting our team members enjoy the holiday, and we’ll be ready bright and early for our biggest Black Friday ever. Members who can’t wait to take advantage of our Black Friday deals will be able to shop at BJs.com on Thanksgiving.”
BJ’s Wholesale Club Store Hours:
— Thanksgiving Day, November 23: Closed
— Black Friday, November 24: 7 A.M. open, normal closing hours
— Cyber Monday, November 27: Check local club for holiday store hours
[agg-ad id=”434″ align=”left”]Moreover, BJ’s Wholesale Club has recently conducted a survey with the assistance of Wakefield research to jump into studying more about the American consumers’ buying habits during the holiday shopping season including the Black Friday 2017 sales.
According to the research study by Wakefield and BJ’s Wholesale Club, on average, about 63 percent of consumers in the United States surveyed acquire a holiday present on Black Friday sales. With almost 2 out of 3 respondents in the survey claimed that they will purchase “back-up” gifts this year’s Black Friday sales. With that being said, the 59 percent of the respondents buy a Christmas gift without a certain beneficiary in mind. And they will just buy a gift in case they need it unexpectedly.
Additionally, more about 27-percent of the people surveyed said that they had been caught “re-gifting” at least once. Nearly one in three respondents shop at more than three retail chain stores just to get their holiday season décor (Christmas decor, lights, trees, lawn decorations, ornaments, etc.) with $165 average spending on on holiday décor each year.