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Does anyone here expect to stand in any lines for “Door-Buster” deals?
 
not a ****ing chance. getting up at like three in the morning to push people around on the day after Thanksgiving sounds like a nightmare.
 
Does anyone here expect to stand in any lines for “Door-Buster” deals?

I never stand in line and do any of the "door buster" deals, but I usually go shopping on Thanksgiving night. I don't go crazy, but I always hit Target, Walmart, Old Navy, Michael's, and maybe one or two other stores here where I live. I'm not one of these "stay out all night" people, nor do I push old ladies down the stairs for a $300 flat screen. I usually am finished Christmas shopping before Black Friday anyway, so all I do is just go in and snag stuff that is on sale, that most people don't look for for as gifts. Sheets are one - I usually buy lots of sheet sets on Thanksgiving night. Don't know why they are on sale, but they usually are, and I stock up on them.
 
I never stand in line and do any of the "door buster" deals, but I usually go shopping on Thanksgiving night. I don't go crazy, but I always hit Target, Walmart, Old Navy, Michael's, and maybe one or two other stores here where I live. I'm not one of these "stay out all night" people, nor do I push old ladies down the stairs for a $300 flat screen. I usually am finished Christmas shopping before Black Friday anyway, so all I do is just go in and snag stuff that is on sale, that most people don't look for for as gifts. Sheets are one - I usually buy lots of sheet sets on Thanksgiving night. Don't know why they are on sale, but they usually are, and I stock up on them.

OOH, Baby.....
 
Does anyone here expect to stand in any lines for “Door-Buster” deals?
Nope, I have a laptop and an internet connection and I know how to use them.
 
Everything is online anymore. In theory I think retailers should shut down their websites for a day and make people go to the store of that website for example jcpenny
 
Everything is online anymore. In theory I think retailers should shut down their websites for a day and make people go to the store of that website for example jcpenny

I don’t get how JC Penney pays the utilities anymore....
 
Does anyone here expect to stand in any lines for “Door-Buster” deals?

Nope. I'm doing more and more of my Christmas shopping online these days. I might go out on Black Friday to buy a few things, but nothing that's worth standing in a line for.
 

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