With less than 36 hours to go before the big day, it’s time to memorize those Black Friday store hours, pick the stores you want (and will be able) to hit, and plan your day. As with years past, many stores have set their Black Friday hours even earlier, so you might want to adjust your Thanksgiving plans accordingly. To help you make proper shopping arrangements, here’s a comprehensive list of Black Friday store hours and some background on Walmart’s decision to move hours earlier than ever.

Black Friday Store Hours

Thursday, November 22nd: Thanksgiving

CVS: Regular Hours
Kmart: 6 am to 4 pm, 8 pm to 3 am Friday
Big Lots: 7 am to 9 pm
Walgreens: 9 am to 6 pm
Gander Mountain: 9 am to Midnight
Michaels: 4 pm to 11 pm
Sears: 8 pm
Toys R Us: 8 pm
Walmart: 8 pm
Target: 9 pm
Best Buy: Midnight
Dick’s Sporting Goods: Midnight
GameStop: Midnight
Kohls: Midnight
Macy’s: Midnight
Old Navy: Midnight

Friday, November 23rd: Black Friday

CVS: Regular Hours
Home Depot: 5 am
Kmart: 5 am
Lowe’s: 5 am
Staples: 5 am
Bed, Bath & Beyond: 6 am
Big Lots: 6 am
Gander Mountain: 6 am
JCPenny: 6 am
OfficeMax: 6 am
Radio Shack: 6 am
Guitar Center: 7 am
Michaels: 7 am
Rite Aid: 7 am
Sam’s Club: 7 am
Pier 1 Imports: 8 am
Costco: 9 am

Walmart’s Black Friday Sales Move Earlier on Thanksgiving

Walmart’s Black Friday this year is actually more of a Black Thursday. The company announced Thursday that it will start its Black Friday sales not on the eponymous day, but on Thanksgiving at 8 PM. This is two hours earlier than Walmart started its sales last year, and the earliest the company has ever started its holiday sales.

“Economically it makes sense,” Brian Sozzi, chief equities analyst at NBG Productions, told Reuters. “You’re getting people into the store to buy your products earlier. If I look at what Walmart’s doing here, they have led.”

At 8 PM local time on Thanksgiving, Walmart will offer video games starting at $10 and home appliances such as a Crock Pot slow cooker for less than $10.