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Black Friday Local Store Opening Times

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Are you ready for Black Friday?  Here is a look at local store opening times for Thursday/Friday. We will be adding to the list. 

Thursday:

8pm Walmart

8pm K-Mart

9pm Target

8pm Sears

Friday:

Midnight Starbucks Drive through Pinehurst Sqaure/store opens at 4 am

Midnight Best Buy

Midnight Old Navy

Midnight Kohl's

2 am Kobe's

5 am Menards

5 am Lowe's

Midnight Herberger's

9 am Hellman Brothers

 

Kirkwood Mall

Midnight:

Aeropostale, Bath and Body, American Eagle, Bob's Pizza, Buckle, Cellairis, Christopher and Banks, CJ Banks, Claires, Crescendo, Eddie Bauer, Footlocker, Game Stop, Herbergers, Hot Topic, Icings, Journeys, Justice, Maurices, New Line Cosmetics, Pac Sun, RC Copter, Spencers, Children's Place, Tradehome Shoes, Vanity, Victoria Secret, Wet Seal.

Other stores are opening at 6a.m. including JC Penney.

Click here for a link to the Bismarck Downtowner's Association and store opening times.

 

Gateway Fashion Mall has not returned a call.

 

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