Nov 27, 2015 5:57 PM
Thousands in New Hampshire hit stores to get the best deals for Black Friday.
People at both the Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua and Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester were looking to hit as many stores and finish their shopping in one day.
"I'd like to get it all done with one fell-swoop," said Cindy Taylor who is shopping Black Friday for the second time.
"It helps you on your list, at least you start thinking about who you gotta get for" says Becky Vinson of Manchester.
The Malls opened yesterday at 6 p.m., with some stores staying open all night and some shoppers are dedicated to a Black Friday traditions.
LeeAnne Johnson of Brookline says she began her tradition about 20 years ago with her mom.
"We wanted something to do, we didn't do anything else on the day after (Thanksgiving)" she continues to say that a few years ago her entire family became involved "now it's just a a tradition and we all go out to breakfast after."
Other people have never experienced Black Friday and were anticipating chaos.
"I was actually kinda worried I'd be trampled or something" says Audrey Wood of Freemont, "It's still kinda busy, but it's not as bad as I thought it would be".
With the terror alert still in affect, some shoppers were extra cautious finding their presents.
With an active terror alert still in place, shoppers express their safety concerns. Click on the link below to hear what they say.
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