Most popular Black Friday doorbusters

CREATED Nov 23, 2012

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 MILWAUKEE -  Doorbuster deals.

They are promoted as the best and what shoppers wait hours, sometimes days in line to snag.
But not Shannon Williams. She opted to skip the crowds and shop Friday night.
"I found exactly what I wanted and no lines. Fantastic!"
We decided to check out what deals were most popular.  And what items you can no longer find.
At the Target on Milwaukee's Chase Avenue, electronics were the hot ticket item, including bundle packages for the X-box and Play Station 3. 
"Those were something we saw leave the shelves pretty early on," said the store's executive team leader, Nina Bonilla.
The store sold out of it's 50 inch Westinghouse LCD flat screen advertised for $350.
Within two hours of doors opening, the 32 inch Apex flat screen also sold out. At $147  -- the deal knocked more than 100 bucks off.
And the Furby is making a comeback more than a dozen years after it first debuted. Store insiders tell us the multi-colored ones were most popular.
Nooks were also on the sought after Doorbuster list. We found a handful of each left at the target on Milwaukee's south side.
Targets doorbuster deals run through Saturday.
What's left is up for grabs. If you missed out, you're out of luck on *these* deals.
Target won't receive new shipments of items on the doorbuster list. But will get refills of other products.