Saskatoon shoppers woke up at the crack of dawn to get in on some of the best deals for Black Friday.
However, at the Best Buy on Rosedale there were only about 8 people waiting in line at around 4:30 in the morning. More than 20 TVs were sold within one hour and a steady flow of shoppers rushed in and out of the store to get the deal. "Some of them are really insane - at first you feel rushed, but then as you get into it, it's a little bit better".
"I like this, it's nice, we can shop without the crazies of other people", said Stutes.
Wisconsin stores still expected to be busy on this Black Friday, even though an estimated 32 million bargain hunters went shopping on Thanksgiving across the U.S. But Target said about 400 people lined up Thursday night.
The most hyped retail event of the year is under way - and shoppers are being bombarded by promises of once-in-a-lifetime deals.
So how can shoppers avoid being ripped off, and what rights do you have if you are not happy with a purchase after the Black Friday dust has settled?
But they say it's the deals and deep discounts that bring them out.
Tonzi said it seemed busier than past year, although it was a slightly slower start, which could possibly be attributed to Target opening up at 6 a.m.as opposed to midnight.
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