Disney Store closing 57 more stores only 25 will remain after Sept 15th

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Disney Store closing 57 more stores only 25 will remain after Sept 15th

Disney Store will be closing 57 more stores in the coming weeks leaving only 25 stores to remain past September 15th, 2021.

Back in March Disney announced they were closing up many of their brick and mortar stores, with this explanation.

Over the next year, Disney will focus on providing a more seamless, personalized, and franchise-focused eCommerce experience through its shopDisney platform. Which will be complemented by greater integration with Disney Parks apps and social media platforms. This will be coupled with an assortment of new and elevated merchandise. Along with the Company’s full range of brands, including adult apparel collections and artist collaborations. Including, trend-forward streetwear, premium home products, and collectibles.

Related – List of Disney Store closings in the United States & Canada

Here is a list of stores closing:

USA Stores closing this round
1 Stockton Street (CA) 9/8
2 Arizona Mills (AZ) 9/15
3 Tucson Premium Outlets (AZ) 9/15
4 Brea Mall (CA) 9/15
5 Carlsbad Premium Outlets (CA) 9/15
6 Del Amo Fashion Center (CA) 9/15
7 Fashion Fair (CA) 9/15
8 Gilroy Premium Outlet (CA) 9/15
9 Lakewood Center (CA) 9/15
10 Los Cerritos Shopping Center (CA) 9/15
11 Serromonte Center (CA) 9/15
12 Sunvalley Mall (CA) 9/15
13 The Oaks (CA) 9/15
14 Valencia Town Center (CA) 9/15
15 Vintage Faire (Modesto, CA) 9/15
16 Westfield Century City (CA) 9/15
17 Westfield Fashion Square (CA) 9/15
18 Westfield Plaza Bonita (CA) 9/15
19 Westfield Valley Fair (CA) 9/15
20 Danbury Fair (CT) 9/15
21 Westfarms Mall (CT) 9/15
22 Dadeland Mall (FL) 9/15
23 Miami International Mall (FL) 9/15
24 Tampa Premium Outlets (FL) 9/15
25 The Florida Mall (FL) 9/15
26 Mall of Georgia (GA) 9/15
27 Chicago Premium Outlets (IL) 9/15
28 Gurnee Mills (IL) 9/15
29 North Michigan Ave (IL) 9/1
30 Woodfield Mall (IL) 9/15
31 Burlington Mall (MA) 9/15
32 Wrentham Village Premium Outlet (MA) 9/15
33 Clarksburg Premium Outlets (MD) 9/15
34 Great Lakes Crossing (MI) 9/15
35 St. Louis Premium Outlets (MO) 9/15
36 Concord Mills (NC) 9/15
37 SouthPark Mall (NC) 9/15
38 Merrimack Premium Outlet (NH) 9/15
39 Deptford Mall (NJ) 9/15
40 Garden State Plaza (NJ) 9/15
41 Jackson Premium Outlets (NJ) 9/15
42 Menlo Park Mall (NJ) 9/15
43 Las Vegas South Premium Outlets (NV) 9/15
44 Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls (NY) 9/15
45 Queens Center (NY) 9/15
46 Smith Haven Mall (NY) 9/15
47 Woodbury Common Premium Outlets (NY) 9/15
48 Lehigh Valley Mall (PA) 9/15
49 Philadelphia Premium Outlet (PA) 9/15
50 Houston Galleria (TX) 9/15
51 La Plaza Mall (TX) 9/15
52 Opry Mills (TN) 9/15
53 Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets (TX) 9/15
54 Round Rock Premium Outlets (TX) 9/15
55 City Creek Center (UT) 9/15
56 Potomac Mills (VA) 9/15
57 Westfield Southcenter (WA) 9/15

Disney Store closing 57 more stores only 25 will remain after Sept 15th

Here is a list of stores that are expected to remain open past September 15th:

Stores still open after 9/15
1 Arden Fair (CA)
2 Camarillo Outlet (CA)
3 Citadel Outlets (CA)
4 Ontario Mills (CA)
5 Outlet Shoppes at El Paso (TX)
6 San Francisco Premium Outlets (CA)
7 The Shops at Las Americas (San Diego, CA)
8 Silver Sands Outlet Stores (FL)
9 Tanger Outlets Branson (MO)
10 Jersey Gardens Outlet (NJ)
11 Las Vegas North Premium Outlets (NV)
12 Times Square (NY)
13 Cincinnati Premium Outlet (OH)
14 Shoppes at Oklahoma City (OK)
15 Woodburn Outlet (OR)
16 Rockvale Square Outlets (PA)
17 Tanger Factory Outlet-Hershey (PA)
18 Tanger Outlets Myrtle Beach (SC)
19 Tanger Outlets Sevierville (TN)
20 Grapevine Mills (TX)
21 Houston Premium Outlet (TX)
22 Tanger Outlets San Marcos (TX)
23 Tysons Corner Center (VA)
24 Bellevue Square (WA)
25 Seattle Premium Outlets (WA)

When the news was announced months ago Disney released the following statement:

“While consumer behavior has shifted toward online shopping, the global pandemic has changed what consumers expect from a retailer,” said Stephanie Young, president, Consumer Products Games, and Publishing.

“Over the past few years, we’ve been focused on meeting consumers where they are already spending their time, such as the expansion of Disney store shop-in-shops around the world. We now plan to create a more flexible, interconnected e-commerce experience that gives consumers easy access to unique, high-quality products across all our franchises.”

Related – First-Ever Disney Store is closing its doors next month

Disney Store closing 57 more stores only 25 will remain after Sept 15th

Disney will remain flexible in its approach and continue to evolve its retail strategy to best meet the needs of consumers when and where they want. Guests will continue to have access to Disney shopping experiences in 600+ Disney Parks stores, shop-in-shops, lifestyle and outlet locations, as well as third-party retailers around the world.


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2 thoughts on “Disney Store closing 57 more stores only 25 will remain after Sept 15th

  1. Stupid move. Woke Disney caving in to the pandemic porn being pushed by Fauci and the leftist who want to destroy the economy. It’s all about their money and not the customer. Don’t believe what they say.

  2. This sucks. I had a little bit of Disney magic just 15 minutes from my house. Not everyone can get to the parks every year. I hope they roll out Plan B pronto.

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