Black Friday is all wrapped up, but shoppers may still be able to get some big savings throughout the weekend.
The big door buster deals are long gone, but at Best Buy and other stores there are still some good savings to be found.
At Best Buy, some TVs are selling for up to $1,000 off. At Best Buy and Target, there are a few deals where you can get a gift card with the purchase of some specific items.
Crowds maintained a steady flow throughout the day Friday and well into the evening hours.
"We had workers here at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving," said Jon Taylor, manager of Best Buy near 20th Street and Camelback.
"I'm used to it, but we have some new employees and we bond and have movies playing in the breakroom to make things fun."
Many stores have extended hours through the holiday season.
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