Black Friday is traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year.
Maureen Marino/Roxborough "I think it's fun, usually go out with my daughter spend all day go all over," said Maureen Marino of Roxborough.
Amy Fleming of Germantown starts shopping bright and early, "because you usually get the best deals and because you usually beat the rush."
But don't be so sure.
"Last year we had 192 people in line by 3:30, a half hour before we opened," said Nancy Longridge of Kohls.
Kohls and JC Penny are opening at 4a.m. again this year.
"Because people love to shop and they love to take advantage of the thrill of buying something really early in the morning that they've wanted."
Best Buy stores will open at 5 a.m. on Black Friday, tickets will be handed out as early as 3 a.m.
Also opening at 5 a.m. are Walmart, Macy's, Circuit City, and Toys R Us.
Philadelphia's Premium Outlets in Limerick will welcome Midnight madness on Black Friday, while Willow Grove Park will open at 6 a.m.
Cherry Hill, King of Prussia, Franklin Mills, and Christiana malls will open at 6 a.m. as well.
Best Buy = 5 a.m.
Boyds = Regular store hours
Cherry Hill Mall = 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Christiana Mall = 6 a.m.
Circuit City = 5 a.m.
Franklin Mills = 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.
JCPenny = 4 a.m.
King of Prussia = 6 a.m.
Kohls = 4 a.m.
Macy*s = 5 a.m.
Philadelphia Premium Outlets = opening at midnight after Thanksgiving
Radio Shack = 6 a.m.
Sears = 5 a.m.
Staples = 6 a.m.
Target = 6 a.m.
Toys R Us = 5 a.m.
Walmart = 5 a.m.
Walnut Street shopping = some stores opening early and staying open late
Willow Grove Park = ALL stores open by 6 a.m.