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(NBC News) --
Many of us just love the day after Thanksgiving.. It's what retailers call "Black Friday," the day shoppers rush to store to begin holiday shopping.
We scoured the internet for deals you can cash in on early.
It's the day when customers get up early, to search for those screaming deals. Black Friday is still several weeks away, but shoppers are already making Plans.
"We hit em at 6 o clock in the morning."
"Want to get my Christmas shopping done early, so I get my list together before Thanksgiving."
And this year Wal-Mart's beating shoppers to the punch. Starting November Fifth, stores will offer a Compaq laptop computer for less than $400.
"That's wow...I need to get one!"
Rumors of big Black Friday bargains are popping up on websites that track shopping deals.
Best Buy reportedly planning to sell portable DVD players for 39.99. A Sony laptop for $700 dollars. And TV's for 30 percent off,
"Economy's kind of rough, so you're looking to save as much as you can."
Black Friday websites also report deals ahead on digital cameras.
Sears reportedly offers one Polaroid model at $99.
Prices good enough to get people thinking Christmas in early November.
"And me with my size family, any store that's got good deals I go."
A rumored ad for ACE Hardware that's leaked out on one of the wesites shows a miniature digital camcorder for 99 dollars. But to get any of these Black Friday deals you have to get out early, because as they say: Supplies are limited!