Every year retail stores open their doors earlier and earlier on black Friday to customers who are hoping to get their hands on the year’s hottest new gadgets and toys.
As black Friday shoppers begin to race to this year's newest items, from corporate to kids, Santa has his work cut out for him.
For Dona Winger she says the gifts under the tree will consist more of the classic toys consisting of marbles and link and logs She says she tends to avoid the princess type toys.
Retailers say they are stocking their shelves with what customers are wanting the most this year.
Judy Furhrer, store manager at Gordman’s says the new hot new toys are in and they are all stocked up from frozen toys to ninja turtlesthey have it all and are ready for customers.
But the kids that I spoke to had a different opinion, wanting few different toys not mentioned yet.
Toy store owner Somer Kinsbury says her store is more focused on what customers are requesting rather than the commercial toys and will be stocking up on more interactive toys.
Still with all the options out there it can leave some shoppers questioning their list for this year.