Is Walgreens Open on Thanksgiving?

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Many are wanting to know if Walgreens is open on Thanksgiving. For those of you who are shopping at the last-minute or remember something you needed for a recipe that you forgot all about, there’s good news. Yes, Walgreens is open on Thanksgiving Day.

On Thanksgiving Day, most Walgreens locations will be open. Some stores are open 24 hours and some stores have more limited hours, typically from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., so you’ll need to call your local Walgreens to find out exactly when it’s open. In addition, the store’s pharmacy may have its own hours, separate from the store. Some Walgreens pharmacies will be closed on Thanksgiving, even though the store itself is open. Pharmacy hours vary by location.

All stores will also be open on Black Friday. Some stores that aren’t 24-hour stores will open early at 7 a.m. and stay open until midnight.

Click here to find a Walgreens location near you and find out its exact hours on Thanksgiving Day.

You might also be happy to know that most Walgreens are having a Black Friday special that starts on Thanksgiving Day. See the store’s Black Friday ad here.

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This is stupid. Do they even care about their employee’s families?!? The pharmacies are closed but the STORE stays open?!? I guess they favor the pharmacy department over everyone on the floor. It’s not hard to get pain medication at gas stations or anything. All Walgreens wants is EXTRA MONEY!! If people really want to spend time with their families then it’s pointless to keep the stores open if your not getting any business. You are losing money by paying employees who would rather be with their families than feel like they are at work, standing around like pawns because hardly anyone will show up. Think about that for all you business owners debating on keeping your businesses open on holidays or not.

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