- Toys R Us will be closing or selling all 735 of its US stores after filing to liquidate last week.
- Back in late January, the company announced plans to close just 170 Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores.
- We went to a Toys R Us store in Yonkers, New York, that was part of the initial round of store closings. Overall, the store was a sad vision of what’s to come as Toys R Us closes locations.
In January, the company announced plans to close just 170 Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores, many of which have already started going-out-of-business clearance sales.
Toys R Us’ liquidation includes a plan to close or sell all 735 of its remaining stores, but sales at these additional stores aren’t set to begin until Thursday in at least some locations.
To see what a Toys R Us store looks like in the midst of the company’s demise, we visited a Yonkers, New York location that was part of the initial round of Toys R Us closures. This is what we found: