It's official, Bed Bath and Beyond has filed for bankruptcy and now their liquidation sales have begun. There are only six Bed Bath and Beyond locations here in Minnesota and all of them, including all locations across the country, began their big sales today.

Bed Bath and Beyond Filed for Bankruptcy

Just because Bed Bath and Beyond filed for bankruptcy doesn't mean they're officially done. If they find someone to buy the company, or part of the company, then they will potentially be able to keep some stores open according to CNN. It's also possible that they'll shut down altogether.

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If they stick around, it sounds like there's a good chance they'd be an online-only retailer. Neil Saunders, an analyst at GlobalData Retail, told CNN "'Ultimately, if it emerges from bankruptcy at all, Bed Bath & Beyond will be a shadow of its former self.'"


Bed Bath and Beyond Liquidation Sales

Their liquidation sales to get rid of in-store inventory have officially begun as of Wednesday, April 26th. Those stores are in Rochester, Apple Valley, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Roseville, and Woodbury.

So if you're looking for a good deal on home items, I'd go check out the sale if I were you! Unfortunately, if you've held on to any of those 20% off coupons, though, those are no longer being accepted.

As for returns, if you purchased something prior to Wednesday, April 26th, you can make returns until Wednesday, May 24th. Anything purchased Wednesday, April 26th and later is non-returnable.

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