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>> At shopping centers across the US, camped out shoppers can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Only a few more hours until stores open up, kicking off Black Friday sales early what on what is becoming Black Thursday. Daniel Hernandez has his eyes set on a new TV for his brother.
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>> It is a lower brand, but it's okay. But yeah, it's less than $200. So it's pretty good.>> He's one of many opting to postpone Thanksgiving dinner all for a good deal.>> If you're just coming for a couple things you'll be in and out within an hour.
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So it's 6:00 PM. So that's when the food starts so you'll be okay, you don't really miss anything.>> Shopper Lucy Dyer agrees. She's hoping to get new computers and videos games for her sons.>> So at the end of the day you end up saving like $1000, $1200 for all those electronics.
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So to me, it's worth it.>> Best Buy and Kohl's will open at 5:00 PM on Thursday. Target at 6:00 PM. Walmart will be open all day, but its deals won't kick in until 6:00 PM and JC Penney's opens at 2:00 PM.>> Mari Selasoli says food comes first, then shopping.
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>> We're gonna do the family thing a little bit earlier this year. That's what the plan is. Do dinner a little bit earlier, more like a luncheon type of thing. And then we're going to head out, all of us, as a family.>> A family outing that many seem to be taking to save a few dollars this holiday season.