As the biggest shopping day of the year nears, many retailers are bucking the trend of staying open on Thanksgiving Day. For these stores, Black Friday is going to stay true to its namesake, and they won’t open their doors until it arrives.

According to a survey conducted by Best Black Friday, 72 percent of consumers agree that stores shouldn’t be open on Thanksgiving Day. Some retailers may be heeding these survey results as they have opted to keep their doors shut during the holiday instead, choosing to open the next day on what has been traditionally known as Black Friday.

To date, these stores have announced that they will stay closed on Thanksgiving Day. They include: Army and Airforce Exchange Service, Academy Sports and Outdoors, Ace Hardware, BJ’s, Burlington Coat Factory, Costco, Fleet Farm, Guitar Center, Hobby Lobby, HomeGoods, Lowe’s, Marshalls, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Petco, PetSmart, REI, Sam’s Club, Sierra Trading Post, Stein Mart, The Container Store, T.J.Maxx, and True Value.

Beyond these closures, Best Black Friday predicts that more stores will announce they are also staying closed on Thanksgiving Day. The site said it expects that Cost Plus World Market, Crate & Barrel, Dillard’s, Nordstrom, Harbor Freight, H&M, Home Depot, Ikea, Pier 1, Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sur La Table will also be closed on Thanksgiving Day.

But there may still be plenty of retailers that will open their doors to consumers looking to get a bargain on the holiday. The news outlet said that it predicts that Bass Pro Shops, Best Buy, Big Lots, GameStop, JC Penny, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Old Navy, Sears, Target, and Walmart will stay open on Thanksgiving Day, staring their Black Friday deals early.