December 28, 2022 by Admin
El Con Center Mall Tucson AZ Hours of Operation.
General opening hours and holiday hours of operation.
Note, that most stores have reduced hours on Sundays.
El Con Center Mall Tucson AZ Holiday Hours ~ Open or Closed?
The majority of El Con Center stores and restaurants are OPEN on these holidays:
– New Year’s Day
– Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (MLK Day)
– Valentine’s Day
– Presidents Day
– Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday
– St. Patrick’s Day
– Good Friday
– Easter Sunday
– Easter Monday
– Cinco de Mayo
– Mother’s Day
– Memorial Day
– Father’s Day
– Independence Day (4th of July)
– Labor Day
– Columbus Day
– Veterans Day
– Thanksgiving Day
– Black Friday
– Cyber Monday
– Christmas Eve
– New Year’s Eve
The majority of El Con Center retailers are closed for business on the following holidays:
– Christmas Day
What time does El Con Center open? When does El Con Center close? Regular hours of operation:
Monday to Sunday Hours.
– Monday Hours Vary by Merchant
– Tuesday Hours Vary by Merchant
– Wednesday Hours Vary by Merchant
– Thursday Hours Vary by Merchant
– Friday Hours Vary by Merchant
– Saturday Hours Vary by Merchant
– Sunday Hours Vary by Merchant
On “open” holidays, merchants may operate on holiday schedule with reduced hours, opening late and/or closing early on these days.
El Con Center operates EXTENDED opening hours on Black Friday and REDUCED hours on Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day. The mall has EXTENDED hours in the holiday period between the Thanksgiving weekend and Christmas Eve. We recommend that you call ahead to your preferred El Con Center stores to confirm their holiday opening hours.
DISCLAIMER: Holiday hours and opening hours listed here are generally up-to-date, but some locations, especially outlets located in malls and airports, may have differing opening hours.
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2 thoughts to “El Con Center Mall Tucson AZ Hours”
I realize the City of Tucson enjoys their potholes, but why does the El Con Mall in Tucson on Broadway, embrace the same concept? I shop often at El Con and I am tired of the potholes. Any chance this can be addressed, sooner the better or there will be one less customer shopping at the soon to disappear malls..
This is a great company until you have some problem. Then the customer service people are nowhere to be found.