Christmas is a stressful time of year. From Dallas, TX to Houston, TX and every town in between folks are making grocery lists and fingers crossed they don't forget anything.

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While many major retailers will be closed on Christmas Day including Walmart and Target, there are a few places, including convenience stores and gas stations (coffee shops), that will be open for those last minute items you might have forgotten.

Of course, you'll have many more options if you can realize what you forgot by Christmas Eve at the latest. Basically every store will still be open then, if even for limited hours the day before Christmas.

According to the good folks at Country Living and with reporting from The Balance, here are the stores that should be open for you, "according to press representatives who've independently confirmed their hours with Country Living."  But do remember that even if the stores are open, other in-store services like pharmacies may be closed.

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7 Eleven
7 Eleven
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7-Eleven (Most are open 24 / 7 — and that includes Christmas Day.)

Albertsons
Albertsons
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Albertsons (Most Albertsons will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

 

Buc-ee's
Buc-ee's
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Buc-ee's (locations are open 24/7)

Circle K
Circle K
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Circle K (most locations are open 24/7)

CVS
CVS
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CVS (typically open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Christmas Day)

Rite Aid
Rite Aid
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Rite Aid (Most locations are open 24/7, including Christmas Day.)

Safeway
Safeway
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Safeway (Hours vary, check your local store's hours.)

Starbucks
Starbucks
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Starbucks ("select locations" will be open, so check with your closest store.)

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