Black Friday Shoppers Lined Up Days Early

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 11/22/2012 12:21 am

Shoppers are already sitting outside of Best Buy in the Hamburg Shopping Center in Lexington as they’re lining up for Black Friday shopping.

Some stores open early Thursday night. Best Buy opens at midnight.

Joe Rivera and Austin Smith set up the first tent at the Best Buy this year. They are hoping to buy big ticket items like TV’s and computers.

“The way we look at it is cheap prices and camping,” Rivera said. “That’s a great mix.”

Best Buy Managers said they expect Thursday night’s line of customers to wrap all the way around their building.

After talking to people in line, they said they would save anywhere from $200 to $700 by being the first through the Best Buy doors.

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