SALEM, New Hampshire (CBS) — For some, Thanksgiving traditions don’t only include a family meal, they include a family shopping trip.

Bertha Hilton lives in Maine. She brought her daughter and grandkids along for their second year of shopping in New Hampshire on Thursday evening.

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“We’re gonna shop here and then we’re gonna go to Maine and shop when they open at 12:01,” said Hilton.

Shopper Lisa Beaulieu, from Lawrence, was first in line at Toys ‘R’ Us in Salem.

“We ate at one. We had a nice dinner at one, kids took off and then mommy took off,” she explained.

“The savings, I noticed are good. Just to me, like watching budget it’s worth it. I know some people say I’m crazy but it is worth it.”

Across town, Kohl’s opened its doors at 5 p.m. and Best Buy opened an hour later.

Walmart has been open since Thursday morning, but the biggest deals there began at 6 p.m.

“I think it’s fun. Just an adrenaline rush trying to get whatever you want,” said Kyle Panas.

Jim Panas said he was looking for a TV at Walmart because Best Buy lines were too long.

Orbis Mateo had the same idea, grabbing a 40-inch TV at Walmart.

“I didn’t want to come late. That’s why I just came right now,” he said.

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Massachusetts Blue Laws prohibit stores from opening on Thanksgiving.