Its the Black Friday shoppers who live for a bargain.
"Its a tradition that's fun. I love to shop, so why not."
When we ask these long line loyal why they do it they say "There's a good deal on a TV. I mean, its like a hundred dollar savings So I'll stand out for four hours, five hours. I mean I'm a college student. I don't have Any money anyways."
But the real obstacle is not getting to the register, but instead how to pass the time.
"iPhone definitely helps, talking to other people in line, talking to my mom, that helps."
"we ran to McDonald's and got food."
The wait has been a long one for the very first in line.
"Eight or nine."
"There's a lot of people here. I'm glad I'm here instead of back there."
And once inside these shoppers always make sure to have their strategy.
"They gave us a map, so we know where everything is, so we're just going to go in."
"I think we kind of have it mapped out. We're going to tackle that strategically."
"We strategize the time that we're going to eat. Hurry up, clean up, and sit down, look through the adds, just everything down send a sister in law to wal-mart, and get in line at target."
Its unanimous -- missing all the trimmings is worth the savings to these Black Friday fanatics.