The Best Buy campers are out in force again.
It's the Sunday before Thanksgiving, but for some hard-core shoppers, it's not too early to get in line for the best Black Friday deals.
Michael Urso camps at Best Buy every year for Black Friday.
"There’s always something to get," said Urso. "I have three kids of my own, my brothers and sisters have kids there’s always something here to buy, new electronics come out every year."
As in past years, a line of tents has taken form outside the Best Buy store on Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa. The deals begin the night of Thanksgiving -- Brown Thursday.
"Once the store closes we block the roads off play football, wiffleball, Frisbee, soccer you know whatever we make the time fun," said Urso.
The fact some stores are opening for Black Friday on Thanksgiving night has created some controversy. Some people say retail workers should be able to spend the holidays with their families.
Since Thanksgiving is later this year and there are fewer days between the holiday and Christmas, many Americans say they'll be shopping Thursday night whether people like it or not.