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Nov 25, 2011 9:40 AM by Dr. Anya Winslow, Michael Macias

Calling all bargain hunters

All across America stores opened their doors for another Black Friday holiday shopping adventure.


At Gordmans, in the Southgate Shopping Center in Colorado Springs, hundreds stood in line to get into the store to get their deals. The first shoppers to get in were those who camped outside the store's doors since midnight -- even though the store didn't open until 5 am.


Next door -- Office Depot opened it's doors at 6 am. The first customer arrived at 10 pm to make sure she got her first laptop choice. Her new laptop would have cost around $650 bucks, instead, on this holiday, she only had to shell out around $250 dollars.


Millions are indulging in the savings while some have no interest in fighting the crowds, but some deals are really too good to pass up -- that is, if you get there in time.

 

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