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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Black Friday 2013 was so big it couldn’t fit into just one day.

Holiday shoppers were out in full force Friday night. Some of the nation’s biggest stores have been open since Thursday night.

All across our the Tri-State Area, bargain hunters were taking advantage of marathon store hours, CBS 2’s Tracee Carrasco reported.

The Queens Center Mall decided to open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, after Macy’s and JC Penny announced they’d be opening on the holiday.

“This year definitely, this was the first time I’ve done Black Friday,” shopper Jennifer Gutierrez said.

Some shopped ’til they dropped, braving some serious crowds, while others couldn’t get out fast enough.

“It was honestly annoying,” one shopper said.

Stores were doing all they could to lure in Black Friday shoppers, offering deep discounts on everything from clothes, shoes, electronics, handbags, you…

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