Complete list of Walmart supermarkets that will close in 2023 by state
Walmart is shuttering 23 “underperforming” stores across thirteen states and the District of Columbia in 2023. Here’s the complete list for each state.
Every year Walmart closes locations across the United States that fail to make a profit. So is the case in 2023 with 23 stores across thirteen states. The most recent additions were four in the Chicago area.
For the past 17 years the retail giant has been struggling to get them in the black, losing “tens of millions of dollars a year.” In the past five years, those losses have nearly doubled according to Walmart. Those locations join another four scheduled to shutter, including one in Lincolnwood which was a nine-year experiment with pick-up only. The other pick-up concept store located in Benton, Arkansas will also close.
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Complete list of Walmart supermarkets that will close in 2023 in each state
The nations biggest brick-and-mortar retailor did not provide further details about why they are closing the 23 locations beyond that the stores underperforming. States affected by this decision include Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.
Below is the complete list with the branches that close in each of the mentioned states: