The managers at Rapid City's Best Buy say it shouldn't be long before people start lining up at the door.
Last year on Black Friday, the store had a line of holiday shoppers that spilled onto Haines Avenue.
General Manager Chris Hanes expects the line to begin forming as early as Wednesday night thanks to some of their big ticket items like a big screen Toshiba television on sale for less than $200.
Hanes says Black Friday is simply organized chaos at Best Buy.
"I don't think they're crazy, what I would say is that they definitely have a lot of dedication on getting that deal," said Hanes. "Usually we have the same people coming out year after year so it's kind of like a great way to say hey how you been over the last year and they're usually willing to take advantage of our deals."
Best Buy opens at midnight on Thanksgiving.