Tuesday Morning Furniture Closes All 200 Locations After Bankruptcy – But Remains Online-Accessible

Herbie J Pilato

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According to The-Sun.com, Tuesday Morning's in-store furniture locations were permanently closed following the brand's filing for bankruptcy.

However, the company's customers are still able to make purchases via the store’s website, which boasts this inviting message:

“Welcome Back to Tuesday Morning. You didn't think we'd let a 50-year-old iconic retailer go away, did you? Nah...We're working around the clock to serve thousands of online deals right here.”

A Closer Look

The online site presently offers deals with up to an 80 percent discount on kitchen items and a 70 percent discount on bed and bath items.

Tuesday Morning officially filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, prior to submitting a motion that outlined steps to liquidate in June. The company previously filed for bankruptcy in 2020, at which time it operated 700 in-store locations.


Tuesday Morning's transition is representative of the increasing economic challenges of various business operations around the country.

[Note: This article is based on accredited news and media reports, including linked information attributed to The-Sun.com and Wikipedia.org.]

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Herbie J Pilato is the author of several books about pop culture including the newly-published CONNERY, SEAN CONNERY biography, the revised BIONIC BOOK, RETRO ACTIVE TELEVISION, THE 12 BEST SECRETS OF CHRISTMAS, MARY: THE MARY TYLER MOORE STORY, TWITCH UPON A STAR, and more. He's also a TV writer/producer, and has worked for Reelz, Bravo, E!, TLC, and hosted THEN AGAIN WITH HERBIE J PILATO, the hit classic TV talk show (which premiered on Amazon Prime in 2019).

Los Angeles, CA

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