Walmart Is Open On New Year's Day In Case You Want To Start 2022 With Some Shopping

Cheers to the end of 2021. 🙏

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When you wake up on that first morning of 2022, you might be in the mood for some shopping. What better way to start off the new year than with some snacks, some shopping, and picking up some ingredients for a hearty dinner after whatever NYE festivities you participated in? To get all of that done, you need a place that has it all in one stop to save the day, and thankfully, Walmart will be open on January 1 to make all those dreams come true.

The superstore only closes down for select holidays, and New Year's Eve (as well as New Year's Day!) are not included in that list. That means whatever last-minute items you need before you get ready for the clock to strike midnight (you know, limes, cranberry juice, whatever!) you can pick up on December 31. Then, on January 1, you can count on Walmart if you happen to need some Gatorade, ibuprofen, or Hot Cheetos. IDK your life!!

Maybe you want to start your year with a little bit of self-care in the form of retail therapy, so you can hit up Walmart for cute face masks, cosmetics, a new outfit, or a new flat screen TV. It's called a super store for a reason, so the options are totally endless. Keep in mind: Hours might vary a bit from their normal Monday-through-Friday situation because of the holiday and the ongoing safety practices in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic, so you should always double check with your specific location to confirm.

In the meantime, you have a few more days to figure out exactly what you may want to purchase next year, so here's your note-to-self that Walmart will be running business as usual December 31 and January 1. So about that flat screen TV...

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