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Believe it or not, 2022 is near. If you're trying to hop on your New Year's resolutions right from the get-go—starting with stocking your fridge with all the healthy goodies, or you're just trying to pick up Advil after all that New Year's Eve bubbly—you're in luck.
While select stores will be closed on January 1, 2022, plenty of retailers stay open for New Year's Day. Whether you want to shop for groceries, pick up other household essentials, or take advantage of your day off and return or exchange Christmas gifts, these stores have you covered. Remember: If you’re looking for specific store hours, it’s always best to call your local stores or check their hours online, as they might vary by location.
Here are all the stores open on New Year's Day 2022.
Walmart: Walmart will be open for regular hours (7 a.m. to 11 p.m.) on New Year’s Day, so you can take advantage of those after-Christmas rollback deals!
Lowe's: Lowe's stores will be open for normal hours on New Year's Day.
Home Depot: If you want to start your home improvements projects right away, Home Depot stores will be open on January 1, 2022. Check your local store for specific hours.
IKEA: Looking to redecorate for the new year? Head to IKEA for all your furniture needs. Last year, IKEA stores were open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on January 1, so you can likely expect the same in 2022.
Kroger: Last year, Kroger stores were open on New Year’s Day for normal hours if you're looking to do a grocery haul.
Target: Expect Target stores to be open during normal hours.
Duane Reade: Last year, all 24/7 stores and pharmacies continued to stay open, so it's likely they will be this year, too!
CVS: CVS pharmacy stores will be open, but confirm specific hours with your nearest location.
Walgreens: Feel free to visit Walgreens stores during normal hours on January 1.
Bed Bath & Beyond: Last year, most stores were open on New Year's Day.
Kohl’s: Kohl’s was open on New Year’s Day last year, with hours varying by location.
Macy’s: The department store was open for normal hours last year.
Marshalls: Marshalls stores were open from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m last New Year's Day.
T.J. Maxx: Last year, T.J. Maxx stores also opened their doors from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
HomeGoods: Itching for new home decor to start off 2022 right? Luckily, HomeGoods will be open on New Year's Day.
PetSmart: Let your dog get in on the "new year, new me" action by bringing him to PetSmart to get some new toys. Stores were open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m last year.
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This Is the Absolute Worst Time to Shop at Walmart, Employees Say
With budgets tighter than ever, you're hardly the only one on the hunt for good deals at Walmart. But if you want to head to the store when you won't run into crowds of fellow customers—to avoid both a headache and coronavirus—then there's a certain time of day you'll want to stay away from the store at all costs. According to employees, the best time to shop at Walmart is anytime before noon on a weekday and the worst is anytime after lunch.
"The earlier in the day you can shop, the better your experience will be," Abigail Milby, a sales associate at Walmart, wrote on Quora. "The highest traffic is in the early to late afternoon, so getting in there before noon is going to give you the best shopping experience on a weekday. Saturdays and Sundays are not so easily predicted. Weekday mornings are your best bet."
Amy Reyna, a supervisor at Walmart, echoed Milby's suggestion. "If you're looking to shop without a large crowd, I would say anytime before lunch is the best," she wrote.
Another fellow Walmart employee, E. Clayton Rowe, said that if you're specifically hitting up Walmart for in-demand products right now, the best time of day to go is right when the doors open. "If you are shopping for consumables like non-perishable food and toilet paper, it's best to be there as soon as the store opens," he wrote on Quora.
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That suggestion aligns with what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends in terms of your shopping visits. The CDC says it's best to go earlier in the morning or later in the day to avoid the larger crowds of shoppers that make social distancing guidelines nearly impossible to follow. Seeing as person-to-person contact is the primary way COVID-19 spreads, making your shopping trips when Walmart is emptiest is a great way to minimize your risk of contracting the virus. And for more on how to make the most of your Walmart trip, check out The Incredible Walmart Price Tag Secret You'll Kick Yourself for Not Knowing.
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Walmart will be the first retailer to test Twitter’s new livestream shopping platform
Twitter’s e-commerce initiatives now include livestream shopping and Walmart will be the first retailer to test the new platform. Over the past year, Walmart has invested in live shopping by hosting events across social platforms like TikTok and YouTube, and soon it will debut Twitter’s first-ever shoppable livestream. On November 28, Walmart will kick off a Cyber Deals live event on Twitter, where users will be able to watch a live broadcast, shop the featured products and join the conversation around the event by posting tweets.
The livestream will begin at 7 PM ET on November 28, 2021, and will allow Walmart customers to shop from Twitter as well as a number of other platforms, including Walmart.com/live, and the retailer’s Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube accounts. Musician-turned-creator Jason Derulo will host the livestream, where he’ll introduce the audience to deals in electronics, home goods, apparel, seasonal décor and more during a 30-minute variety show. Surprise special guests will also drop in, says Walmart.
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Walmart has been broadening its support for livestream shopping throughout 2021. It hosted its first shoppable livestream last December when it worked with TikTok on its Holiday Shop-Along Spectacular event, shortly after its planned investment in the video app fell through. (Walmart was interested in a deal for TikTok following Trump’s executive order that would have forced a sale of TikTok’s U.S. operations. But Trump’s order was blocked by the courts.)
That first TikTok live event proved successful, Walmart said at the time, having delivered 7x more views than had been anticipated. It also helped Walmart grow its TikTok follower base by 25%. Though the retailer didn’t detail the sales revenue the event delivered, it ran a second TikTok livestream shopping event just a few months later.
While Walmart’s bid for TikTok had signaled the retailer’s interest in live, social e-commerce, it saw potential outside of TikTok, as well. Over the past year, Walmart expanded livestream shopping tests to include other platforms. To date, Walmart has hosted more than 15 livestream events across five platforms, including its own website.
Those live commerce initiatives will now include Twitter, which is today revealing its new livestream shopping platform to the public.
Twitter says the Walmart Cyber Deals livestream will serve as the initial test of Live Shopping on Twitter in the U.S.
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This new platform expands upon Twitter’s existing shopping products and livestream capabilities.
It will include a live broadcast that streams at the top of a Live Event page, followed by a Shoppable Banner and Shop Tab where the products shown in the livestream are featured. Twitter users will be able to toggle back and forth between the “Latest” tab and the “Shop” tab during the event as they preview the products. When consumers want to make a purchase, they’re directed to the retailer’s website within an in-app browser where the livestream will continue to be broadcast. That way, users won’t miss anything during checkout, Twitter says.
At the bottom of the Live Event page, there’s also a text box where consumers can tweet about the livestream with a suggested hashtag.
“We are honored to have Walmart onboard as the first-ever brand to host a Live Shopping event on Twitter. Walmart is renowned for bringing customers an immersive look into their products and we are excited to bring this experience onto Twitter with them, while helping them reach their business objectives,” said Sarah Personette, chief customer officer at Twitter, in a statement. “This is just the first of many Live Shopping events we hope brands will be able to bring to market, and we can’t wait for people to watch, chat, and shop — all through Twitter,” she added.
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The livestream shopping platform builds on Twitter’s earlier tests of a Shop Module, launched in July, that gave brands, businesses and retailers a way to showcase their products directly on their Twitter profiles. The test was meant to better understand if there was demand for shopping on Twitter, and had included a handful of pilot partners like gaming retailer GameStop and travel brand Arden Cove, among others.
Walmart said it was interested in testing Twitter’s new capabilities because it consistently sees high returns across top- and middle-of-funnel content on Twitter’s platform, which makes it a natural next step for Walmart’s explorations into social commerce.
The new Twitter livestream event represents the start of a bigger push into live shopping over the 2021 holiday season for Walmart. The company says it has over 30 shoppable livestream events planned across eight social and media platforms, including BuyWith, BuzzFeed, Facebook, IGN, TalkShopLive, Tasty, Twitter and YouTube. (TikTok was not listed, but Walmart told us it’s working closely with the TikTok team on future shoppable livestreams.)
“Twitter continues to be an important platform for Walmart’s business and our customers,” said William White, chief marketing officer at Walmart U.S. “We’ve been focused on charting new territory in shoppable livestreams and are excited to celebrate an important milestone together with the first Livestream Shopping event on Twitter. We’re meeting customers where they are and making it easier to shop incredible deals and find inspiration through dynamic, interactive experiences. We look forward to continuing to bring engaging experiences to our customers that allow them to shop seamlessly while also being entertained,” he added.
Following the initial test of Live Shopping with Walmart, Twitter says it will start testing a new way to house merchant onboarding and product catalog management tools through an interface called the “Twitter Shopping Manager.” This will simplify the process of getting started with Shopping on Twitter, the company says. It also plans to make the Shop Module available to more retailers over the coming weeks.
Twitter told TechCrunch it doesn’t take a cut of the e-commerce revenues delivered through Live Shopping nor are brands paying to be included. But offering live shopping on Twitter could entice more users to join the platform, which has historically struggled with growing consumer adoption.
The live event will be available on Twitter on iOS and desktop in the U.S., starting on November 28th at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT.
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