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What’s open and closed on New Year’s Day 2023



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Many of us will close out 2022 with celebrations that will last into the wee hours of the New Year.

But when January 1, 2023 rolls around, we’re just as likely to return to familiar routines and habits—caffeine? – and even add some new resolutions, like a morning walk or eating healthier.

If that’s the case, there are several grocery, drugstore, and restaurant chains across the country open for business on January 1, 2023.

But check opening hours at your local store. Several will have changed hours and either open later or close earlier on New Year’s Day.

Also, because January 1, 2023 falls on a Sunday, for most federal employees, Monday, January 2 will be treated as a paid holiday. This means that post offices, government offices and banks will be closed on Monday.

Grocery stores:

Whole foods

Safeway

Albertson

Wegmans

Hooks

Stop by and shop

Pharmacies:

CVS (pharmacy hours will vary by location)

Walgreens (pharmacies closed January 1st)

Ritual aid

Discounters:

Walmart

Target

BJ’s

Dollar General

Five Below (check for changed store hours)

Department Stores:

Nordstrom

JC Penney

on a spike

Macy’s

Marshalls

TJ Maxx (check for changed store hours)

Home improvement and home goods stores:

Lowe

Bed, bath and other things

IKEA

  • USPS: Local post offices will be open on New Year’s Eve. Post offices will be closed on January 1st and January 2nd. The mail will not be taken and will not be delivered.
  • FedEx: Ground and express services are closed on January 1. On January 2, ground services are open, but express services are closed.
  • Government offices are closed January 2.
  • Banks: Most banks generally follow the federal holiday calendar. This means that cashier services will be closed.
  • The New York Stock Exchange closed on January 2

Shops

  • Costco closed on January 1st
  • Trader Joe’s closed Jan. 1
  • Aldi closed on January 1st
  • Sam’s Club closed on January 1st


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