Of course many shoppers and store owners are gearing up for Black Friday as well.
Every year shoppers head out the doors early the day after Thanksgiving to get the best deals.
The owner of Envy says last Black Friday was the busiest day their store has ever had and she's anticipating another big day this year.
"We will have buy one get one half off all our denim, jackets and it will be fifty to 75 percent off select items," said Julia Temples, Owner of Envy.
Due to growing online competition, some major retailers will start their Black Friday sales early.
Target, Sears and Wal-Mart plan to open many of their stores Thanksgiving night to try to attract more shoppers.
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