Bankrupt discount retailer closing all stores after 49 years -customers have less than a week to use gift cards

Another company has announced it will go out of business and close about 200 stores.

The discount retailers Locations in 25 states will be affected by the closure decision and the time to use gift cards you may be holding on to is coming to an end.

Tuesday Morning filed for bankruptcy earlier this year for the second time in its nearly 50-year history.


Tuesday Morning filed for bankruptcy earlier this year for the second time in its nearly 50-year history.Photo credit: Getty
Customers can get up to 30 percent off the store's entire product range, but those using gift cards will need to act quickly before they expire


Customers can get up to 30 percent off the store’s entire product range, but those using gift cards will need to act quickly before they expirePhoto credit: Getty

Tuesday morning submitted for bankruptcy in February. It’s the second time in less than three years.

The move came as a business, like many other retailers, large and small, it dealt with financial struggles tied to high inflation and a change in consumer shopping habits.

The store became a bargain Jägerparadies, sale of a treasure trove home Finds since 1974 and once operated around 700 locations.

Here’s what you need to know about them store closures and deals that the retailer is currently offering.

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Per Tuesday Morning websitea blowout coming from business sales is present at present.

Customers can take advantage of up to 30 percent off the lowest marked price on and use Store items gift cards or merchandise return cards before May 12th.

The sale and steep discounts are available across all product categories, including bed, bath, and kitchenware.

It is unclear exactly when the shops will finally close. Shop hours vary by location. So if you are planning to go here, a List of full store locations and hours of operation.


The retailer announced a restructuring earlier this year and filed voluntary petitions for protection under Chapter 11 of the US bankruptcy law.

In 2020, it filed for bankruptcy for the first time, which meant that 230 of its branches had to be permanently closed.

At the time, Tuesday morning cited the COVID-19 pandemic and said the closures were caused by an “insurmountable financial hurdle”.

In its most recent bankruptcy filing, it named liabilities and assets ranging from $100 million to $500 million.

But Tuesday Morning is just one brand in a growing list of retailers that have failed to keep up with changing shopping habits.


It is the second major homewares retailer to go bust in the US this year.

It comes after the announcement that bed bath and beyondwhich sells many of the same products as Tuesday Morning, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month.

As the US Sun previously reported, the chain is there 360 remaining locations closes forever on June 30th.

Liquidation sales are currently ongoing with many items discounted by up to 40 percent.

Coupons are no longer valid and items purchased during the sale cannot be returned.

This was announced by the chain’s co-founder, Warren Eisenberg The Wall Street Journal in January of this year: “We missed the connection on the Internet.”

The news is the same at the retailer’s sister store, buybuyBaby, which has 120 remaining stores due to closing June 30th.

But the so-called “Retail Apocalypseaffects businesses of all shapes and sizes.

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Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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