Her book tour made a stop at BJ's at the Fair Lakes Shopping Centre.
The former governor of Alaska and ex-VP candidate signed copies of her book, "Going Rogue," from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. -- the perfect holiday gift for that special Republican in your life.
Unfortunately, only BJ's club members were eligible.
Palin made it a family affair, with husband Todd and youngest son Trig in tow.
People began lining up hours before the event. Officials told NBC4 that some people called BJ's Friday to see if they could spend the night. The first people in line said they got there at noon Friday and camped out overnight.
"Going Rogue" was an instant hit, selling more than a million copies in about two weeks.