By CBS3 Staff

CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) — It’s not Black Friday yet, but some happy shoppers got their hands on the coveted PlayStation 5 on Thursday. There was a line of shoppers waiting when a Cherry Hill Gamestop opened its doors at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

The store only had 21 PS5s in stock so some gamers weren’t taking any chances. They lined up early Thursday morning.

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Eyewitness News talked to one woman who chose GameStop over Thanksgiving dinner. She says she lost her patience with online shopping when it comes to the popular PS5.

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“I’ve been looking for so long and I’ve had so many missteps with it so the frustration of being online, being in queues for an hour, getting kicked off, orders canceled — just so many and frustrating. I said you know what? It’s worth it,” the woman said.

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The PS5 was released more than a year ago but it’s still hard to find because of a computer chip shortage.