As usual, retailers are pushing hard to get you spending.
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Rembert wanted to be first in line so badly that she set up a tent on Monday afternoon.
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All across the country, die-hard shoppers have been camping out in order to be first in line for Black Friday.
After tucking into turkey, many people are looking to dip into their wallets. That’s what retailers hope happens, anyway, as some stores are opening their doors with Black Friday deals well before the clock strikes midnight.
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Black Friday shopping seems to start earlier and earlier each year. This year, some started camping out Wednesday, waiting for the big deals.
The retail wars for your Christmas dollar are already heating up. Many big retailers are promoting that they’ve got the lowest prices, and if you find an item elsewhere for less, they’ll match the price.