The day after Christmas sales are not the only thing causing shoppers to flock to stores Tuesday.
Another Walmart shopper, Frances Smith, of Forest Hill, was a first-time post-Christmas customer.
It's the day after Christmas, but the holiday shopping is far from over.
"It's a carryover to the spirit of giving, and I think you not only give material things, but to give more of yourself during the Christmas season", Logsdon said.
Jared Miller of Famous Footwear at the mall predicted that the amount of business following the Christmas season "would be slow for us" and that many stores continue to be affected by online shopping both before and after the holidays.
"We're just spending the gift cards we got for Christmas", she said.
"I think now after the shopping season is over, it's still a little insane".
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The NRF also says that nearly two-thirds of consumers returned or exchanged at least one item a year ago. "We make some good sales you know", said store owner Syed Quadri.
"Grandma said she wanted to shop till she dropped and I said, 'Let's go do it, '" Dean Abdulrahim said.
Many took advantage of time off work to sleep in. "Last year, before and after Christmas was insane".
Some of the stores like Kohls, Dick's Sporting Goods and Old Navy extended their holiday hours and opened early again today. Many items were marked 50 to 75 percent off, which caught the eye of some shoppers who had come to make returns at other stores. NY and Company advertised up to 80 percent off on "everything". "We are focused on providing our guests with a dynamic experience during this busy shopping week".
As retailers try to clear out inventory for the new year they are offering discounts up to 70 percent or more.
Montgomery resident Tyler Eubanks said he was looking to buy some clothes with the Christmas cash he received this year.
I got a lot of money yesterday and a lot of gift cards. "Everything is flawless." She said.