But for some, snagging the sale just doesn't seem worth it.
Black Friday is considered the biggest shopping day of the year.
People wait in line hours before sales even begin, looking to score that perfect deal.
Regis Przelski used to be a fan of the shopping, but this year, she just doesn't see anything worth waiting for.
"There is nothing really on sale. There were sales previously earlier in the month at the same price," said Przelski.
And if there is something that happens to catch her eye, Regis says she's willing to pay the extra $100 if she wants it that bad.
For Charles Daley, his reason for avoiding the crowds is simple.
"People, that's the bottom line," said Daley.
Daley has never participated in a Black Friday shopping experience, and says he never plans to.
"There's too much crazy stuff. Right now, there's people standing all over just waiting to grab stuff and they're in the way when I'm shopping," he said.
In the past years that Regis has participated in the madness, the experience wasn't a pleasant one.
"There's wall to wall people, pushing, shoving, it's hectic," she said.
One shopper believes the bargain hunters out there who go the extra mile don't always come out with a steal.
"They jack up the prices and lower them really quick, and it all evens out in the end," said Jesse Hoffert.
And for Regis, her best advice to people on Black Friday.
"Stay home and keep warm," she says.