Round-the-Clock Shopping Returns as Macy’s Brings Back Its Overnight Hours at Select Stores

  Round-the-Clock Shopping Returns as Macy’s Brings Back Its Overnight Hours
  at Select Stores

       Extended Store Hours and 24-Hour Shopping Starts Friday, Dec. 20

Business Wire

NEW YORK -- December 18, 2013

Last minute holiday shoppers receive their Christmas presents early this year
with the gift of extra time as Macy’s brings back its seasonal tradition,
24-hour shopping. Beginning Friday, Dec. 20 at 7 a.m., 37 Macy’s stores in
select cities across the country including Macy’s Herald Square in New York
City; Union Square in San Francisco; and State Street in Chicago will stay
open overnight for four days in a row of non-stop shopping until Christmas Eve
on Tuesday, Dec. 24 at 6 p.m.

With a shorter shopping season, Macy’s customers will be able to enjoy 107
hours of ‘round-the-clock shopping to ensure that everyone on the list
receives the very best gift. A customer service initiative since 2006, Macy’s
24-hour shopping is a holiday tradition that makes the season less hectic with
stores remaining open all-night during the homestretch of the Christmas
season. Less holiday crowds and shorter lines are an added bonus as Macy’s
makes sure that time is on everyone’s side. In addition to the 24-hour stores,
mostly all stores nationwide, except furniture galleries and select locations,
will offer extended hours each night until 2 a.m. thru Dec. 23, making Macy’s
the go-to store for gifting.

“Overnight shopping at Macy’s has become a holiday tradition that last minute
gift-givers count on to get them through the time crunch of the season,” said
Peter Sachse, chief stores officer, Macy’s, Inc. “Our customers already love
to shop with us for the best gifts, but they also love that our stores stay
open providing them with the convenience of late-night or early morning hours
so that they can shop when they choose.”

Macy’s 24-Hour Stores include the following select locations:


  *Macy’s Union Square, San Francisco
  *Macy’s Valley Fair, Santa Clara


  *Macy’s State Street, Chicago
  *Macy’s Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook
  *Macy’s Woodfield, Schaumburg
  *Macy’s Orland Square, Orland Park


  *Lakeside Shopping Center, Metarie


  *Macy’s South Shore, Braintree, MA


  *Macy’s Twelve Oaks, Novi
  *Macy’s Oakland, Troy
  *Macy’s Lakeside, Sterling Heights
  *Macy’s Fairlane Town Center, Dearborn


  *Macy’s Rosedale, Minneapolis

New Jersey

  *Macy’s at Newport Centre, Jersey City
  *Macy’s at Willowbrook Mall, Wayne
  *Macy’s Menlo Park Mall, Menlo Park
  *Macy’s Woodbridge Center, Woodbridge
  *Macy’s Cherry Hill, Cherry Hill (Philadelphia)

New York

  *Macy’s Herald Square, Manhattan
  *Macy’s at Queens Center Mall, Rego Park
  *Macy’s Flushing, Flushing
  *Macy’s at Staten Island Mall, Staten Island
  *Macy’s Kings Plaza, Brooklyn
  *Macy’s Manhasset, Manhasset
  *Macy’s Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove
  *Macy’s at Roosevelt Field Mall, Westbury
  *Macy’s at Green Acres Mall, Valley Stream
  *Macy’s Cross County Shopping Center, Yonkers


  *Northpark Center, Dallas
  *Parks at Arlington, Fort Worth
  *Memorial City, Houston
  *La Plaza, San Antonio
  *North Star, San Antonio
  *Del Norte, San Antonio

Washington, D.C./Virginia/Maryland

  *Macy’s Mall in Columbia, Columbia, MD
  *Macy’s Tyson’s Corner, McLean, VA
  *Macy’s Fashion Center, Pentagon City, VA

In 2006, Macy’s Queens Center store was the first Macy’s store to go 24-hours.
Due to its unprecedented success, Macy’s added additional store locations in
the following years. Store associates volunteer to work the overnight and
extended hour shifts.

About Macy’s
Macy's, the largest retail brand of Macy's, Inc. (NYSE:M), delivers fashion
and affordable luxury to customers at approximately 800 locations in 45
states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam, as well as to
customers in the U.S. and more than 100 international destinations through its
leading online store at Via its stores, e-commerce site, mobile and
social platforms, Macy's offers distinctive assortments including the most
desired family of exclusive and fashion brands for him, her and home. Macy's
is known for such epic events as Macy's 4th of July Fireworks^® and the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade^®, as well as spectacular fashion shows, culinary
events, flower shows and celebrity appearances. Macy's flagship stores --
including Herald Square in New York City, Union Square in San Francisco, State
Street in Chicago, Dadeland in Miami and South Coast Plaza in southern
California -- are known internationally and are leading destinations for
visitors. For Macy’s media materials including images and contacts, please
visit our online pressroom at


Macy's, Inc.
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