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Shoppers brave the Black Friday lines long after morning rush

Published On: Nov 23 2012 11:10:33 PM CST   Updated On: Nov 24 2012 12:23:57 AM CST

People took advantage of savings in stores all throughout the day. Since doors opened in the early morning hours, shoppers were still going strong.

Lines remained long in Best Buy Friday afternoon as shoppers forged ahead to make holiday purchases.  Long after the morning rush, cashiers rang up items for shoppers eager to buy electronics and accessories. People endured the bustle of Black Friday.

"It's worth the hassle and its worth it to brave the crowds that come out and save some money for the holidays," said holiday shopper Kyle Wiscow.

For some people Best Buy wasn't their first stop, but once inside, they found what they were looking for.

"My otter box that I wanted to get," said holiday shopper Taylor Cullum. "At first we went to AT&T and they were completely wiped out. We were a little bummed about that."

Shoppers decided on TV's and cameras, and all of the latest technology advertised for lower prices, beyond the early morning door-busters. For some families, Best Buy was a one stop experience, and the long lines were worth it.

"We have done awesome," said holiday shopper Nan Priddy. "It's been great. We got everything we came for."

For more information on Best Buy sales and holiday specials, log onto www.bestbuy.com.