Las Vegas locals hit the stores Thanksgiving night to catch the best Black Friday deals out there.
13 Action News made a stop at Toys R Us on Sunset and Stephanie Roads in Henderson. Doors opened at 5pm to a crowd of about 200 people who'd waited hours.
"We do this every year," said Paul Davidson who was on the hunt for toys for his grandchildren.
One of the hottest items this year, fingerlings, were sold out at Toys R Us. One grandma said it's all her granddaughter wants for Christmas.
"My son says, 'You're crazy!', but I'm just being Grandma!" said Hilary Bennion.
Chase Smith, store manager of the Henderson Toys R Us, said the store has noticed Black Friday has become easier to manage over the years because it's now spread over two days.