Shoppers get an early jump on holiday shopping

Cornelia Mascio
Novembre 24, 2017

Black Friday shoppers looking for those greats deals don't have the opportunity to shop early on Thanksgiving Thursday in Rhode Island and MA.

Dozens of South Georgia families headed to the stores early on Thanksgiving Day to snag some great deals.

Before Black Friday became just another day of discounts, it was the largest shopping day of the year.

It was a similar scene at Best Buy in Corbin's Corner, where people got in line the day before in hopes of getting a good deal on electronics.

"I put them all in family order of what I have to buy", said shopper Pam Burdett. "She always says "I'm such a lucky girl" and that's what we try to instill in her, rather than 'Oh my gosh, look at all the things I have'".

Others just want to get out of the house and end the Thanksgiving holiday with a trip to their favorite mall.

The holiday shopping season is now upon us. Some people forming a line nearly two hours before the store opened it's doors. That's slightly more than previous year.

She was the first in line outside of Toys "R" Us in Sterling Heights to get her two daughters, Tashania, 12, and Natalia, 6, a Barbie Doll Dream House for $60, regularly $90. "I just know that it's one of the hotter toys this year".

While this Target was packed, the online market has made a dent in Black Friday hysteria.

The line outside the North Attleboro "Best Buy" wrapped around the building Thursday night. "I'm here with my wife; she wants to go shopping, so that's why we're here".

The Wells said they prepared prior to showing up. "We came equipped. We've done this for about ten years now". And usually, we get home late tomorrow night. "We art, watched the Lions lose by a touchdown and came to spend money".

"We can have a holiday and get some shopping done while still spending time with family on our days off", said Barren of Wixom.

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