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Shoppers take the bargain bait and buy

Thursday evening start doesn’t bother the hard-core

Shoppers search for deals Thursday evening at the Walmart in Halfmoon. (David Lombardo/Gazette reporter)
Shoppers search for deals Thursday evening at the Walmart in Halfmoon. (David Lombardo/Gazette reporter)
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Self-proclaimed super-shopper Nancy Reynolds probably would have been ready for Black Friday if it had been moved up to Wednesday. As it was, the South Glens Falls resident was more than ready to handle this year’s earlier start to the biggest shopping day in the country, which now begins on Thursday night. “You just have to plan around it. Do things a little earlier,” said Reynolds, who was starting her shopping extravaganza at Target in ...


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cfield
November 23, 2012
2:10 a.m.

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Ridiculous. Spend some more time with your families on Thanksgiving, let employees do the same. No one needs half of this junk, and it's absolutely appalling.

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