SPOKANE, Wash. – Managers at the South Hill Target said most of their Black Friday customers flooded into the store about 6:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
Target, like Macy’s and Walmart, has opened a day earlier for the past few years. This was in hopes to start a new holiday tradition. By the time Black Friday rolled around, most shoppers had already completed their shopping and lines were nonexistent.
“I think more people just shop online or just doesn't have the hype that it used to. But it's just tradition and it's fun,” said one customer.
Folks lined up early outside of the Best Buy in Spokane Valley. Best Buy is known for their Black Friday deals, long lines and big discounts.
In and out in under a minute. These ladies were the firsts in line. pic.twitter.com/Hce3e7uHJS— Bre Clark (@KREMBre) November 25, 2016