why do shops close early on sunday

Too many people work on weekdays and/or Saturday to not have malls open on Sunday for normal hours. You have time to go to church if that is your thing whether morning or night. The malls would see an added revenue and towns will see added tax revenue on sales tax revenue. It's win, win, win for all parties. I am usually working all day Monday through Saturday and Sunday day is when I get to shop. Stores should have different shifts for people to work so they stay open. I understand that some people like to speak d time with family Sundays but I think the choice should be for individual shops and not entire malls.


Why should they? The weekend is a time where most people are free from work, therefore have more time to shop. As through the week most people are caught up with work, getting kids ready for school etc, so why should the mall close early on a day when people have time to spend or hang out? It seems silly. Also, the decision for malls to close early on a Sunday, 'the day of rest' is a religious one that many Americans do not follow, so no, the mall shouldn't close early on a Sunday. No, malls should not close early on Sundays as that rule is based on an archaic custom that does not apply to many Americans today.


The decision to close early is a religious one, and as many Americans do not follow those religious beliefs, there is no reason for a mall to close early on Sunday. No, the weekend is a prime time for profits
If a mall closes early on Sunday, that cuts out a large portion of time when people are free to shop. Most people have weekends off from work, and therefore do a much larger portion of their shopping on weekends. I think that they should maintain normal hours on both weekend days.


At present, large retailers can only open for a maximum of six hours between 10am and 6pm on Sunday, while smaller retailers are able to trade for longer. The supermarkets called for reform a year ago, but their case was turned down by the Home Office. Despite AsdaBs attempts to rally the troops, it appears their supermarket competitors are reluctant to join the movement as Tesco, SainsburyBs and Marks Spencer said they would not be pressing for change. Any plans to change Sunday trading hours would be challenged by retail union Usdaw and Keep Sunday Special campaigners.

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