After Thanksgiving dinner was finished, many Twin Tiers residents were out the door and in search of early Black Friday deals.
Best Buy opened their doors to customers as earlier as 5 p.m. Thursday evening with lines forming outside of the store and into the parking lot.
The staff allowed groups of 50 to 70 customers to enter the store at a time. This process ensured their safety as they browsed the store to pick up the gadget of their choice.
“I’m getting myself a 55-inch flat-screen TV, Samsung,” customer, James Connor said. “I’m getting it because I needed the upgrade. I had it for about four or five years, a 32-inch Vizio and I definitely needed an upgrade from that.”
“We got to make sure we have the product the the customers wants and we have to have the amazing deals they’re looking for,” Best Buy Store Manager, Connor Russ said.
Deals continue into the weekend with Small Business Saturday, in Corning, and Cyber Monday across the internet.