Black Friday Shoppers Storm Stores Super Early in Search of Good Deals

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POSTED: Friday, November 26, 2010 - 11:11am

UPDATED: Saturday, November 27, 2010 - 8:54am

Several retail stores across the lower valley opened up, before sun up, on Black Friday. It was a dash to save cash for many of these eager shoppers.  Kohl’s opened their doors to over 600 waiting customers at 3 a.m. and offered price cuts on almost all clothing and jewelry. Target welcomed nearly one-thousand shoppers who ended up storming the store when managers opened the one door entrance at 4a.m. Many found themselves pushed and stepped on before even getting into the store. Hot items at Target included $3 small appliances and $5 pajama sets. Electronic stores like Conn’s and Best Buy unlocked their doors at 5 am offering deep discounts on big screen TV’s and laptops. Big bargains will continue through the weekend at several lower valley retailers. 

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