MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Just because Mall of America is closed on Thanksgiving doesn’t mean they’re bailing on Black Friday.

Officials from the Bloomington megamall say they are opening with a bang Friday at 5 a.m., with Santa on hand to greet and treat the first 200 customers to an MOA gift card.

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Those lucky 200 people will also get free coffee and Cinnabon before perusing more than 520 stores. Officials also say the new Enchanted Snowflake Light Show experience and 11-foot Nutcrackers will give shoppers an extra, magical bonus.

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MOA announced in early October that they will close at noon on Thanksgiving to give 15,000 workers a proper holiday with their loved ones. REI stores are also thwarting what retail experts have dubbed the “Christmas Creep,” and will close on Thursday for the second year in a row.

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The mall closes Thursday after the Walk To End Hunger, but Macy’s, Sears and The Crayola Experience will remain open.