Shoppers flock stores on Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday will not be different

Thousands of shoppers all over the United States headed to their favorite stores to catch the Thanksgiving doorbusters. What was supposed to be a holiday has become a shopping spree.

Walmart in Chicago suburb of Naperville, Illinois was an example as the store was full thirty minutes before the Thanksgiving deals started at 6:00 PM, according to a report.

Also reported were the 500 people in line before a Target Store in East Harlem opened at 6:00 PM. It happened also in a Toys R Us in New York City’s Time Square as 200 people rushed when it opened at 5:00 PM.

The retailers enticed the shoppers by rolling out their Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday ads earlier this month. Furthermore, these stores provided an avenue for the shoppers to get their deals on Thanksgiving Day.

Most of the customers want to avoid the Black Friday rush in which millions traditionally have to go to stores and find the best deals. By shopping on Thanksgiving Day, shoppers avoid the long line.

Stores are open early on Black Friday 2014. Expect those early birds on all stores as they open on Black Friday.

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