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Citadel Mall Black Friday openings, specials

They've got lots going on at Citadel Mall this Black Friday:

 

Citadel Mall –All Stores open at 4am
8PM Openings for Thursday, November 22 (Thanksgiving Day)
Sears

Midnight Openings for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Aeropostale
American Eagle
Bath & Body Works
Belk
Calendar Club
Cellairis
Champs
Charley's Steakery
Charlotte Russe
Chick-fil-A
Children's Place, The
Claire's
Dick's Sporting Goods
Express
Hat Shack
Icing
Journey's
Justice
Limited, The
NY&Co
Oxford Perfume & Jewelry
Piercing Pagoda
Sarku Japan
Wholly Cow
Zales

2AM Openings for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Rainbow

3AM Openings for Friday, November 23 (aka Black Friday)
Palmetto Moon
Victoria's Secret


*This list is subject to change. Please call ahead to confirm the store's participation. All stores will be open at 4am.

Citadel Mall In-Mall events include:

  • Holiday Coupon Books Available at the Mall Office (while supplies last)
  • Visits with Santa through Christmas Eve (located at Center Court)
  • Toys for Tots-Donations can be dropped off at the storefront between Manhattan and the Greek House,
  • the Santa Set or in the Mall Office.
  • Pet Photos with Santa-November 27 from 7-9pm (All pets must be leashed or crated.)
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