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Kohl’s will be open for 107 hours straight for holiday shoppers

Mike Timmermann December 19, 2016
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Listen up, procrastinators! If you still have Christmas shopping to do, many Kohl’s locations will be open 107 hours straight leading up to the holiday.

107 hours of holiday shopping at Kohl’s!

Read more: 7 items to buy on deep discount after Christmas (and 3 things to avoid)

According to a news release, the department store will be open around-the-clock from 7 a.m. on Tuesday, December 20, until 6 p.m. on Saturday, December 24. Hours may vary by location, so check the store finder on Kohls.com before you hop in the car to go shopping.

Kohl’s says customers can earn $10 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent from now through December 24, which is just one of 10 ways to save more at Kohl’s.

This 107-hour shopping event from Kohl’s comes as department stores appear to be in crisis mode. Facing increased competition from Internet retailers like Amazon, department stores have been “heavily promotional” this year.

Unfortunately, the best days to find holiday deals have already passed. That’s reason enough to avoid procrastinating next year!

In addition to crowds, Clark says all of those procrastinators who shop the week before Christmas may pay more for the hottest holiday items, and that’s if those gifts are still in stock.

The exception? You’ll find plenty of deals on failed items that retailers can’t get rid of.

According to data from Cardlytics, last-minute shoppers make up 31% of holiday shoppers and account for nearly 30% of all holiday spending. Procrastinators spend an average of $800 over the holiday season.

This year, the National Retail Federation expects holiday sales overall to increase a “solid” 3.6% to $655.8 billion.

Read more: 16 ways the dollar store can save you big bucks this holiday season

Online shopping tip: Use one card

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Michael Timmermann paid off his mortgage in two years. Now, he shares his money-saving tips on his blog, Save on Almost Everything.
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