Transcript for Americans Rush to Get the Best Holiday Deals
Now, to that other Thanksgiving tradition. The rush to get the holiday shopping done. Of course, not everyone is in such a hurry. This little boy, for example. Not so happy to be out with his dad in New York today. But more than 100 million other people will be looking for deals. ABC's chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis has some shopping advice for as all. Rebecca, good evening. Reporter: Amy, good evening to you. It is freezing here in Chicago. In fact, it is the cold els Thanksgiving here in decades. They were lining outside of this Best Buy as early at 9:00 this morning. And across the country tonight, people around the globe are literally knocking down doors to get at those deals. Woo! Reporter: Across the country tonight, the deals race is officially on. Millions of Americans hitting stores, from California to Iowa to Pennsylvania. When we come out early, we probably save about $500. Reporter: K mart, for the 23rd straight year, opening its doors at the crack of dawn. Morning, folks! Reporter: How in hour 13 of a 40-hour shopping marathon. What are you here for? This TV. Reporter: Tonight's top sellers, TVs. Last year, we sold over 2 million TVs. And that number is going to continue to grow this year. Reporter: The technology's the same as last year, so, the prices are even lower. At Walmart, this 50-inch tvp for $218. At target, a 40-incher for $119. And Kohls, this 32-inch TV, under 100 bucks. Best Buy offers beatz headphones at $100 off. At staples, this $99 ASUs laptop. Shoppers striking that balance, gobbling up the deals and their Turkey. Shop, eat, shop again. Reporter: Panasonic TV for 200 bucks, it sold out within minutes, Amy.
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