The lines are growing quickly outside of many Central Texas stores as the countdown to Black Friday is on.
Last year, Americans spent more than 50-billion dollars shopping this holiday weekend.
As we got closer to opening hour more and more folks are showing up to Best Buy in Temple.
They've got their lawn chairs, food, and all sorts of games to keep them occupied until the clock strikes midnight.
Since Tuesday customers have been waiting in line outside of Best Buy hoping to get the best deals of the season.
From TVs to computers, these Central Texans are planning on saving hundreds.
And for some of these people it's not just about saving big bucks.
Having Thanksgiving dinner early, and sleeping outside for a couple nights has actually become part of their Thanksgiving tradition.
"Honestly it's tradition we've done this for eight years this is the third year we've been first in line, so I'm just going through the paper right now I haven't actually even looked at the Best Buy paper yet, but this is tradition," said first shopper in line Renee Dunn.
"Two laptops computers which I'm donating, my parents are missionaries in Africa, Tanzania, and their taking back two laptops for medical students," said third shopper in line Woody Coles.
The people we spoke with also said as much as they enjoy this once a year camp out, they are definitely ready to get to sleep in their own beds.
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