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Some Shoppers Start Early On Thanksgiving

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FOX 29's Steve Keeley talks to shoppers who decided to get their shopping done before the gorging of turkey.

While many complained about the additional hours, and some workers even got fired taking a stand, others are thankful this Thanksgiving Day for those stores that are opening its doors before Black Friday.

Some of the shoppers are big fans of FOX 29's Mike.

"You don't look like Mr. Rogers…but we love you all the way to Brooklyn," a shopper said. She got some electronics for cheap.

Other shoppers got Christmas paraphernalia. One family saved $216 on Christmas products.

Steve Keeley interviewed a lot more people and examined lots of products. Watch the videos above to see the hilarious segments.

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