Stores closed on New Year's Day 2017: Costco, Trader Joe's and more

Stores closed on New Year's Day 2017: Costco, Trader Joe's and more
Source: AP
Source: AP

New Year's Day is the end of the holiday season and the first federal holiday of 2017, which means some stores will remain open and others will close their doors for the entire day. 

So where can you shop on New Year's Day? Here's the good news: Stores including CVS, IKEA, Target, Walgreens and Walmart will keep their normal hours on Jan. 1. 

Chipotle is closed on New Year's Day
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Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images

The following stores and other establishments, however, will not be open for business: 

ALDI

Bank of America

BB&T

Capital One Bank

Chase

Chipotle

Chick-fil-A

Citibank

Comerica Bank

Costco

HSBC

M&T Bank

PNC Bank

Santander 

T.D. Bank

Trader Joe's 

United States Post Office

Wegman's

Wells Fargo

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Robert Valencia

Robert is a news staff writer based in New York. His writing has appeared in the World Politics Review, Fusion, and the Miami Herald. He's a frequent guest in English- and Spanish-speaking media, including CNN, Univision, Al Jazeera, Public Radio International, and Voice of America. You can reach him at rvalencia@mic.com

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