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Black Friday Comes and Goes Another Year for Tulsa Shoppers

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Like any other year before, Black Friday came and went before dawn for some Tulsa shoppers last weekend.

Some patiently waited outside Best Buy while others sat in front of Target. With stomachs full of Turkey dinners from the night before, shoppers woke up just in time to make it to their favorite stores for the yearly rush on the most coveted items of the shopping year.

Channel 8's Burt Mummolo was there with photographer Jack Fain to give you the highlights as he saw during his journey into Black Friday here in Tulsa.

Did you wake up before the sun was out to head out to your favorite store? Which items were on the top of the list? And did you look for items on Black Friday but waited until Cyber Monday to buy them? Let us know below!

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