Now that everyone has eaten their fill, preparations are being made for a weekend of Black Friday sales. Shoppers woke up early in pursuit of those deals, and they utilized the calories from Thanksgiving to fuel their mission.
Despite being closed on Thanksgiving, several retailers started their Friday hours early
Furthermore, this year, according to experts, you will get more bang for your dollar. “There would be people waiting in line, and that terrified me. I hurried to arrive before the event filled up, “said shopper Nancy Olson.
“I enjoy excellent prices. I can’t resist a good sale and enjoy browsing stores, “customer Nora Butterly gave some clarification. Earlier and earlier starts to Black Friday shopping have become the norm, with some shoppers at the Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora arriving at the mall at 6 a.m. on Friday.
Aurora police tweeted that the outlet mall was at capacity just before 1 p.m. The police have sealed off the entrances, and traffic is being rerouted till further notice.