Avoid running out of gas on your way to the holiday party, or pick up some road trip snacks if it's a long drive to Grandma's.
is one of the few grocery stores open on December 25th, so grab those last minute appetizers and drinks between .
If you live in California, is another grocery store on Christmas Day.
Some locations will be open on Christmas, though hours will be reduced so be sure to call your local store before piling in the car.
If you run out of mulled wine, Safeway can save the day, albeit with varied hours. Call your local store to see when (and for how long) they're open on December 25th.
Good news for those on the west coast: opens its doors for their usual operating hours for any unplanned dinner roll shortages.
is open from 8am to 4pm on Christmas Day, so you don't have to worry about running out of eggnog.
If those poinsettias didn't make it to Dec. 25 liked you'd hoped, check for another pot.
When you realize you're one Christmas card short, remember that is open with limited hours.
is there for you 365 days a year, Christmas included.
Should you find yourself hungry before (or after) dinner, you can fill up on a sandwich from at any time of day.
In the unlikely event your candy cane stash runs dry, has you covered from 8am to 9pm.
A good reason to leave the house: Free hot chocolate, coffee, and tea between 7am and midnight at any location.
For those road-tripping for their holiday dinner, is open 24 hours for gas and snacks.
If your third cousin shows up to the family party after all, make a quick trip to to grab a gift card. Just keep in mind that the drug store will have for the holiday.
If you're in need of a midnight snack, head to a . The convenience store 24 hours a day, 7 ways a week, although hours may be reduced on Christmas Day. Make sure you check your to see if it's open when you want to stop by.
Come down with a Christmas cold? Run to a 24-hour for some medicine so you can feel better, stat.
You made your list, but only checked it once. Stop into your local between 10am and 5pm to get Great Aunt Sally a last-minute gift.