“So I always come early in the mornings”, says Jenn from Wallingford.
“I come early just because each store gets swamped with people”, says Leroy Stuckey of Hartford.
Over 116 million people are expected to shop this Black Friday.
“I’ll be running around crazy today.”
Shopping for electronics, jewelry, shoes…
It’s not always just the slashed prices that attract people.
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“It’s an annual tradition while the kids are still asleep. I come through and I get a few deals just to get some bargains.”
Some shoppers so well prepared for the crowds, they even nicknamed themselves.
“Black Friday Warriors.You guys are out in full force I see. What brings you out for Black Friday Shopping? Fun. It’s Tradition we have done it since I can remember.”
An adrenaline rush for many. And for people like Aleija Sanches who are on opposite side of the cash register.
“I am kind of nervous.”
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This is certainly helping business because from not until the end of the year retail sales are expected to go up 4.8 percent.