We've known for a while that Toys R Us stores will be closing, but it's not all suddenly become very real!
It's time for Toys R Us shoppers to tae their last selfies with Geoffrey and making their final purchases.
The iconic retailer we all know and love announced that All Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores will close on or before Friday.
Many stores nationwide won't make it until Friday with some closing Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
Just like the closing day, discounts vary by location.
Some stores have markdowns of 60 to 80 percent and others are at 70 to 90 percent.
Inventory also is limited and as stock sells out, portions of stores and empty aisles are being closed off with yellow caution tape.
But is this really the end for Toys R Us?
Even as stores enter their final days of the liquidation sale, toy expert Jim Silver, the founder and editor in chief of popular toy review website TTPM.com, isn't convinced that the Toys R Us story is over.
There are many bidders interested in the Toys R Us brand names, including buyers who understand the potential for a reborn Toys R Us chain.
He said, "I firmly believe there will be Toys R Us stores, bricks and mortar, in 2019. This is the end of the chapter, not the story."
What do you think?
Do you think this is really the end for Toys R Us?