Time is running out to stop in and wish the workers at these stores in Colorado "Good Luck," as you say "Goodbye." Of course, you may score some really good deals while you're there, too.

Over 250 of their stores are closing across the country, with 16 of them in Colorado. The door has been closing for about 30 days, but now the time is very short. How many items for yourself or gifts have you bought there? Will you be going to say "goodbye" with a friend?

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I've been into Tuesday Morning a few times since they've been in the Fort Collins area: I used to get Christmas gifts for extended family there. That was long before Amazon and other online retailers came along and began taking these kind of brick-and-mortar stores out of commission.

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It was announced in late February of 2023, that Tuesday Morning would be shuttering about half of their stores after filing for bankruptcy. Of the 263 that we set to close, all of Colorado's 16 locations were on that list. It came a quite a shock, as it seems the one at Johnstown Parkway had just moved in there, but time flies in that respect. Speaking of time flying, time is officially running out to get the "best" deals, before they're done.

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WHEN IS THE LAST DAY FOR TUESDAY MORNING IN COLORADO?

You have to give them credit for having a sense of humor about the whole thing. Why end operations on say, a Sunday, when you can stay [somewhat] true to your name. Colorado Tuesday Morning stores will be closing at the end of the day on Tuesday, March 28, 2023

It looks like we all have through the final weekend of March to get in for the final deals at our local Tuesday Mornings.

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