Today marks the biggest shopping day of the year - Black Friday!
Some shoppers were at it all night, while others just got started this morning. Folks were lined up at stores across southern Colorado for the very best deals starting last night.
At Chapel Hills Mall, doors opened up at 6 a.m. and the mall was flooded with shoppers.
There was a lot at stake for shoppers this morning! The first 250 people in line received a gift card, not to mention all the great deals offered at the individual retailers.
Plus, the fun continues throughout the today! There will be complimentary coffee, hot cocoa, door prizes and even a selfie station through 3 p.m.!
Not to mention the deals on shoes, clothes, electronics - you name it! The mall will remain open until 10 p.m. this evening.
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