BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Things at Best Buy in Amherst went pretty smoothly, Friday morning.
Businesses set up outside, to tide over hungry shoppers.
Cassandra Law of Tim Hortons said, "Everybody can stay warm in line, get excited about Black Friday, and get out here and stop before you shop."
"We've been out here since 2:30," said Law.
Timmy Dog of Buffalo's Best Dogs said, "They need them, they have to have them. They're in line all night, they're hungry again. They don't think about eating a hot dog or sausage at 3:30 or 4 in the morning, but they still do it anyways
There is a common theme for Best Buy shoppers, and that is that they probably wouldn't line up overnight for Black Friday again.
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