Tired of college football? Got a little cabin fever after all that time with loved ones? We get it.
As the holiday season comes to an end and a week of work and/or school is staring you in the face, you’ve got one last day to get out. And the good news is… there are plenty of places to get to.
Whether you’re looking to hunt down some last-minute bargains or catch one last movie, there are a lot of options. Hours will vary, of course, and it’s always a good idea to call first to confirm your local stores are open.
Here’s a look at places you can—and can’t—go.
Which grocery stores are open on New Year’s Day?
The Fresh Market
Giant Food Stores
Stop & Shop
Super King Markets
Which grocery stores are closed on New Year’s Day?
Which retailers are open on New Year’s Day?
You’ve pretty much got your choice of places to shop. With the holiday sales rush over and spring wardrobes about to hit the racks, many stores will be offering some deep discounts.
Among the stores that will be open are:
Bass Pro Shops
Dick’s Sporting Goods
Which retailers are closed on New Year’s Day?
Are banks open on New Year’s Day?
No. New Year’s Day is a federal holiday, meaning banks will be shut down. As always, online transactions and ATMs will be available, though no deposits will be credited to your account until at least tomorrow.
Will there be any mail delivery on New Year’s Day?
Is the stock market open on New Year’s Day?
It’s not. The stock market observes New Year’s Day as a holiday, so the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and bond markets will all be closed.
Are government offices open on New Year’s Day?
Again, no. Because it’s a federal holiday (and a state holiday), you’ll have to wait until tomorrow to get your driver’s license renewed or talk with the IRS.