The cancellation of temporary sales for November cancels the planning that was in place for stores open on Sunday, November 6th.
The unrest on Sunday when stores and supermarkets open was caused by the cancellation of temporary discounts.
It is reported that so far the stores will open their doors on the first Sunday of mid-winter sales, that is, November 6. However, with the abolition of the intermediate discount institution, the stores will not work.
With Article 6 of the Ministry of Development and Investment bill, intermediate discounts were abolished. As noted, the following are defined as discount periods, during which it is allowed to sell goods or provide services at reduced prices:
Winter Sale From the second Monday of January until the end of February and
Summer Sale From the second Monday of July until the end of August
It should be noted that the first intermediate sales were created by law in 2013 and stipulated that sales should take place in the first ten days of May and the first ten days of November. However, it was then increased to 15 days.
So, until the end of 2022, there are still two days of open shops, that is:
On the penultimate Sunday before Christmas, December 11, 2022
last Sunday before Christmas), December 18, 2022
Shops are open on the above days from 11am to 6pm. However, the opening hours of shopping centers will be different, that is, they will be open from 11 am to 8 pm.
Shops: What applies to Sundays in 2023
The Sundays that shops will open in 2023 are five of the seven it has been so far. This is it:
On the first Sunday of winter sales, i.e. January 9, it is expected to operate from 11 am to 6 pm
On Palm Sunday i.e. April 2, they are expected to open from 11am to 4pm
On the first Sunday of summer sales, i.e. July 16, it is expected to operate from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
On the penultimate Sunday before Christmas, i.e. December 10, they are expected to work from 11am. until 6 pm
On the last Sunday before Christmas i.e. December 17, they are expected to work from 11am. until 6 pm
Also, stores will not open on the first Sunday of May, the seventh of the month, and the first Sunday of November, the fifth of the month, as the temporary discounts institution has been cancelled.
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