Shopping hours in metro Detroit

Published On: Nov 20 2012 02:35:21 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 12 2013 12:40:06 PM EST

Stores:

Best Buy -- Midnight

Costco -- 9am Friday

JCPenney -- 8pm Thursday

Kmart -- 6am Thursday

Kohl's -- 8pm Thursday

Macy's -- 8pm Thursday

Nordstrom -- 9am-9pm Friday

Old Navy -- 9a-4p Thursday, back open at 7pm Thursday (locations inside malls may vary)

Sears -- 8pm Thursday

Target -- 8pm Thursday

Toys 'R Us --  8pm Thursday

WalMart --  Select Stores are 24 hours, other stores 6 pm

 

Malls:

Birch Run --  8pm - Most stores open, 9pm - Crocs, Izod, Van Heusen, 10pm - Chef's Outlet, Guess Factory Store, Stride Rite Keds Sperry

Briarwood Mall -- 8pm Thursday

Eastland Center -- Select stores open at 8pm Thursday

Fairlane Town Center -- 8pm Thursday

Great Lakes Crossing Outlets -- 6pm Thursday

Green Oak Village -- 8am Friday

Lakeside Mall -- Select stores open at 8pm Thursday, entire mall opens 6am Friday

Laurel Park Place -- Select stores open at 8pm Thursday, doors open till 10pm Friday

Mall at Partridge Creek --  6am Friday

Macomb Mall -- Select stores open at 8pm Thursday, many open at Midnight, entire mall opens at 8am Friday

Northland Center -- Select stores open at 8pm Thursday, entire mall opens 7am Friday          

Oakland Mall -- Select stores open at 8pm Thursday

Somerset Collection -- 8am Friday

Southland Center -- 8pm Thursday for most stores - all will be open by Midnight       

Tanger Outlets -- 10pm Thursday

Twelve Oaks -- 8pm Thursday

Westland Shopping Center-- 8pm Thursday 

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