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Tuesday Morning is closing and liquidating again — but this time, it’s all of their stores, shutting down for good. The discount home goods retailer announced it on Facebook recently, right on the heels of a similar announcement about Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation.
What started as a bankruptcy filing and massive closure has turned into a going-out-of-business sale, offering 10-30% discounts on everything sold at their 200-ish remaining stores.
The company has been a go-to destination for bargain hunters for nearly 50 years, offering everything from bedding and bath products to furniture and home decor. But in recent years, Tuesday Morning has struggled financially, due to stiff competition from online retailers and big-box stores.
Here’s what you need to know about the Tuesday Morning liquidation and closures:
Tuesday Morning is closing all of their stores this summer.
Tuesday Morning filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this year and closed 265 stores, hoping to emerge more financially stable, but that didn’t pan out. Now the remaining 222 stores are shutting down, and the chain is going to wind down operations over the coming weeks.
While we don’t have official word on when each location will close, based on the earlier round of closures, we can expect most of them to close by mid-June.
Liquidation sales have already started, with discounts starting at 10-30% off.
According to Tuesday Morning’s official website, everything is on sale at the remaining 200-or-so Tuesday Morning locations closing nationwide. (There’s no way to buy via their website; ya gotta go in-store.)
Like we always say in our guide to liquidation sales, you can always expect these closing discounts to start small and then grow from week to week. During the most recent round of closures earlier this year, shoppers found storewide discounts of just 10%, and 20% off all rugs and furniture once sales began. The sales tend to last about six weeks, so expect discounts to increase by an extra 10% or so every week until roughly mid-June.
During normal conditions, Tuesday Morning says their prices are 20% – 60% off regular department store prices. So any closeout discounts they make are on top of those general savings. Make sure you keep an eye out for the color-coded price tags: black is the standard price tag, pink is 20% off Tuesday Morning’s standard price, orange is 40% off, and yellow is 60% off.
Look out for a sea of yellow tags in May and June as Tuesday Morning looks to clear their shelves at all of their stores.
Tip: Anything you buy at a closing Tuesday Morning store is “final sale” — returns won’t be accepted.
Tuesday Morning will only accept gift cards through Saturday, May 13, 2023.
If you have a Tuesday Morning gift card, or one of those Merchandise Return Gift Cards you get for making a return, you only have until the close of business on Friday, May 12, 2023, to use it. Use it or lose it.
Now, the original announcement says they’ll accept gift cards through the end of Saturday, May 13, but their live website says only through Friday, May 12.