In recent years, the Black Friday craze has inched further and further into Thanksgiving. With stores opening as early as 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Thursday, festive dinners are being overshadowed by shopping frenzies. But there are still some stores that allow workers to stay at home and enjoy the holiday.

This year, don’t bank on being able to pick up any last-minute dinner fixings at Walmart, Target, or Publix—all three stores have announced that they’ll keep their doors closed on Thanksgiving. And if you’re hoping to fit in a home improvement project right before the in-laws arrive that afternoon, make sure you have all necessary tools on hand: Neither Lowe’s nor The Home Depot will be open, either.

Although there are still plenty of stores that haven’t shared their Thanksgiving plans just yet, we can pretty safely predict what they might be based on years past. Barnes & Noble, Patagonia, and REI, for example, are all known for shutting down operations for the holiday.

Below are two lists—compiled with information from BlackFriday.com and RetailMeNot—that’ll tell you which stores are definitely closed this Thanksgiving, and which stores will likely be closed (based on being closed in 2019).

Closed for Thanksgiving 2020

  1. ALDI
  1. Bed Bath & Beyond
  1. Best Buy
  1. BJ’s Wholesale Club
  1. Boscov’s
  1. Costco
  1. Dick’s Sporting Goods
  1. Foot Locker
  1. The Home Depot
  1. JCPenney
  1. Kohl’s
  1. Lowe’s
  1. Macy’s
  1. Office Depot
  1. Publix
  1. REI
  1. Sam’s Club
  1. Staples
  1. Target
  1. Ulta
  1. Under Armour
  1. Walmart

Likely Closed for Thanksgiving 2020

  1. Barnes & Noble
  1. The Container Store
  1. Dillard’s
  1. Crate & Barrel
  1. H&M
  1. IKEA
  1. JOANN Fabric and Crafts
  1. Marshalls
  1. Nordstrom
  1. Patagonia
  1. Petco
  1. Pier 1 Imports
  1. Sierra
  1. TJ Maxx
  1. World Market