Similar to Ross and Marshalls, TJ Maxx is one of those handful of stores that you could probably skip visiting on Black Friday. Especially considering all the other fantastic sales going on this year over Thanksgiving weekend (you can see the full list of stores we’re tracking on our homepage). So why’s that?
Well, that’s because everything at TJ Maxx is already bargain priced year-round. So on Black Friday there are no extra discounts offered, no storewide coupons, no doorbuster deals, nothing of that sort.
The only thing they usually offer on Black Friday itself is free shipping on all purchase made online and sometimes a free gift with purchase. Last year they gave away some free tote bags to the first 300 or so shoppers to check out, both online and in-stores. It’s possible something similar will return again this year.
With that said, if you’ll be in the mall anyway and want to stop by and see what’s on sale, then all TJ Maxx stores will be open early on Black Friday (exact store opening times will vary by location). They’ll be closed on Thanksgiving day itself to give their workers the day off to spend with family, but of course you’ll be able to shop at their site anytime at tjmaxx.tjx.com.
Will you be heading out to T.J. Maxx this Thanksgiving weekend? If so, what’s on your shopping list? Leave your comments in the comments section at the bottom of the page.