We've all seen the rumors circulating on Social Media about Texas Walmart locations opening back up 24 hours a day, but is that rumor true? We've got all of the answers for you.

Daniel Aguilar, Getty Images

There were a ton of people upset with the Walmart company a few months back when they announced they would be changing the way to would use coupons moving forward... Did you see that? CLICK HERE to check out the full story.


  • Walmart Has 10,500 Stores in 19 Countries
  • Walmart Provides Services to over 37 Million People Daily and over 230 Million Customers Weekly
  • Walmart Has Spent $4.1 Billion on Advertising as of 2023
Walmart Reports Drop In Quarterly Profits
Getty Images

Before the COVID-19 Pandemic, numerous Walmart shops in Texas operated 24 hours a day. However, on March 14, 2020, when the full scope of the pandemic became clear across the country, Walmart announced that the schedules of the majority of its stores would change. The Walmarts were initially closing at 8:30 but were extended until later in the evening.

Walmart has over 600 locations in Texas. SIX HUNDRED locations, WOW!

Walmart Reports Strong Quarterly Earnings, As It Warns Prices Will Increase Over Recently Imposed Tariffs On China Made Goods
Getty Images


Over the last few days, a rumor has begun to surface claiming that Walmarts would begin to reopen 24 hours a day starting in June, we immediately began to dig to find out if that was the case...

A similar rumor surfaced in 2022 and received great attention. Walmart acknowledged the claim on X informing a user who had missed stores being open 24 hours that there were no plans to return to that schedule.

We found no proof that Walmart will resume 24-hour operations, and a corporate spokesperson denied the widespread rumor. A Walmart representative, Joe Pennington, informed Snopes via email that there "are no current plans to return our stores to 24 hours of operations."

So it doesn't look like Texas Walmart locations will be resuming their 24-hour operations anytime soon.

You can read more about the piece by Yahoo by CLICKING HERE.

A Look at Transportation in the Future

More From Gator 99.5