Some stores at North Point Mall open as early as 2 p.m. on Thanksgiving. After watching football and eating Turkey, head to Alpharetta for the sales.
Photo: Bob Andres/AJC
Photo: Bob Andres/AJC

Here are the hours for North Point Mall on Thanksgiving and Black Friday

After you stuff yourself with turkey and stuffing and pie and more, walk it off by heading to the mall.

Or catch a nap to the sounds of the Thursday night NFL game, and then head to the mall.

Whatever you decide, know that North Point Mall in Alpharetta is open for business on Thanksgiving and Black Friday, with sales galore. 

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According to the mall’s website, most stores open on Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. All stores will then close at midnight and some will reopen at 6 a.m. on Friday. That’s when you can catch another nap.

Some bigger anchor stores will open earlier on Thanksgiving. Macy’s will open at 5 p.m. and JCPenney will open at 2 p.m.

A few stores won’t be open on Thanksgiving. They include American Girl, Ann Taylor, AT&T, Aveda, bareMinerals, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Chick-Fil-A, Dillard’s, Famous Footwear, Farmer’s Basket, Fast Fix Jewelry & Watch Repair,  Five Guys, Jad Brothers, James Avery Jewelry, Kay Jewelers, The Lego Store, Master Jewelers, Mori Luggage & Gifts, New York & Company, North Point Rugs, North Point Shoe Repair, Oh She’s Cute, Pandora, Peek, Personal Touch, Savvi Formalwear, Sbarro, Stitch by Stititch, Sugarbo & Co,  Test America, Things Remembered, T-Mobile, Von Maur, and Zales. Some others still haven’t made up their mind so check the link below if you have a specific store in mind.

For the complete listing of hours, visit

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