"I got a couple of ties, a pair of pants, and a shirt, I'm satisfied," says Sean Dunston, a holiday shopper.
"The After-Thanksgiving Sale is one of the biggest shopping days of the year," says Angie Riford, assistant general manager for the Hagerstown Premium Outlets. "We expect it to stay busy throughout the weekend."
Although roughing the crowds trying to get your hands on the hottest deal isn't for everybody, others say a family that shops together, stays together.
"It's a tradition," says Layla Foster, another holiday shopper. "We do it every year. We slept for about two hours from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and then came here and shopped all night long and then we sleep all day."
But there's a strategy to holiday shopping, divide and conquer which means someone stays in line while the others shop around the store.
"Once they get close to the register a giant text goes out," says Corrine Hutz, a holiday shopper. "Everybody finalizes their purchases and gets in line and everybody gets mad at us but we love it."
And if you decided to sleep in on Black Friday, it's not too late, there are still plenty of ways to cross out that Christmas list without burning a hole in your wallet.
"If you are a member of our VIP Shopper Club you can download a voucher for a free coupon book and there are different coupons online that you can get as well," says Riford. "There are plenty of ways to keep saving even if you didn't come out for Black Friday."
Most stores have doubled their staff for holiday shopping this season.