The Big Apple’s bargain hunters are back.
Eager shoppers lined up before dawn to snap up deals and steals at Manhattan retailers this Black Friday — in stark contrast to the in-person buying bust last year.
Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square already had masses of people waiting for it to open at 6 a.m., while lines stretched down the block outside other stores, including Best Buy on Fifth Avenue.
Last year, sale seekers almost completely stayed home to shop online on Black Friday, with in-store shopping down 52 percent from the previous year’s big sales day, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Still, a report by consumer
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