Year after year, stampede after stampede.... Black Friday bargain hunters are back.
And for the first in line at the Best Buy in Riverpark, its game on---with a game of cards... for now.
“I met them last year at Black Friday line so kind of kept in touch and decided to be first in line this year,” Nicholas Estrada
They will have been in line 40 hours before doors opens at Friday...all for a discounted big screen T.V.
“I'm on vacation so I could be hanging with friends. Might as well do it here in line,” Estrada’s friend said.
A few chairs away, Jason Sanchez came solo for the fifth year in a row... for electronics.
“Just a new computer new monitors I do it mostly just for the fun of it,” said Jason Sanchez.
To pass the time, he's got a new toy and chair... where he'll be spending the night.
“Pretty much I’m just gonna be crossed off like this,” Sanchez demonstrated.
His folks will show up with some food on turkey day.
And for the first in line at Target in Sierra Vista Mall, Bruce Belden had a plan too.
“My friend's gonna take shift and I’m gonna take off with my family….and he's gonna have his family bring him his food here!”, said Bruce Belden.
He's earlier in line this year because target opens three hours earlier-- at Thursday.
“My friend's like, get down here get down here. I'm like-okay! I'm down here...and now I'm like... am I crazy? Did I pick the wrong day? “, he jokingly questioned.
Well, Estrada has an answer for that.
“I don't see it as being crazy, I mean—I guess they're crazy too for not grabbing the deals! Haha,” laughed Estrada.