Campers are already setting up outside the Best Buy in Hamburg, in anticipation of this year's Black Friday sales.
Campers are hoping to get their hands on some great deals. That's the driving force behind sacrificing time, comfort, and even their Thanksgiving Holiday.
"It's worth the 600 dollar savings," says Sarah Hager.
She's hoping to save on a TV that Best Buy is promoting for Black Friday shopping.
Others are waiting for the same thing.
"Actually, just trying to get a couple of TVs. We just moved into a new house in June, so we've been waiting for the sales to come out," says Jennifer Rios.
Also dancing in their heads--visions of laptop computers and the new, popular tablets.
Hager says being camped out Thanksgiving Day along with her partner-in-savings won't be so bad.
"We're taking turns--just rotating in and out. It worked out for us. I can go for a couple of hours and then come back," Hager says.
And Rios say she is filling in for her husband until he can take over.
"I guess I'm just going to bring him a to-go plate of turkey!" Rios says.
Hager is a first-timer when it comes to camping out for Black Friday, and she says it might become a tradition--all in the name of savings.
"We might do this again next year."
Best Buy opens its doors for Black Friday shopping midnight Friday morning.