OAK CREEK -- It is day some shoppers have been waiting for all year. For others, it may be a day of dread.
For the uninitiated, Black Friday shopping can be a little intense. Between the waits and the long lines, day-after-Thanksgiving shopping can just be off-putting.
"Oh yeah, oh yeah. It can get crazy," said Tiffany Zander, a shopper. "It can get bumper to bumper -- and you're elbowing people."
"We started last night and we were out until about midnight, came home, took a nap and left against at about 7 this morning," Zander said.
Zander is obviously a Black Friday professional -- and expected the new IKEA in Oak Creek to be hectic. It turns out there was so much space, that there never was a hectic moment.
"It is easy to get around. They have a good flow here; a good layout, a good system, not too congested," Zander said.
In fact, IKEA might be one of the few stores offering Black Friday deals, but opening and closing at its usual times.