Towards the end of March, T.J. Maxx closed its business because of the coronavirus pandemic. While other retailers maintained their online business and made rare sales, T.J. Maxx has closed his site. Now that the states are reopening, the discounter is starting to reopen its physical stores. But if your local store hasn't reopened or you don't want to shop IRL, you can still get scented candles and sweet pillows at affordable prices because T.J. The Maxx online site is officially open again.
If you want to shop online, act quickly as the website limits your daily orders. Although you can no longer buy anything once the website has reached its daily limit, you can still browse the online shop, which offers a lot of discounted household items. And with summer just around the corner, the location offers everything your home needs for the new season, from planters to outdoor cushions to ceramic garden stools.
Do you need to return something that you bought before the shop and website closed? You're lucky. After temporarily ceasing to operate, T.J. Maxx announced that the right of return would be extended. Customers can make online returns within 30 days of the business reopening and within 40 days of the website reopening.
According to his website, the T.J. The reopened Maxx physical stores have temporary opening hours from Monday to Saturday from 1