Since the mall opened its doors at 8:00 Saturday morning crowds of people piled in getting ready to shop and visit their favorite stores.
"We are expecting the state of South Dakota to be out shopping and getting ready for Christmas," Old Navy Store Manager Andrew Walters said.
Walters says with the Christmas shopping season cut short this year, he believes, that last minute shopping rush is taking advantage of Super Saturday.
"It's a shorter holiday season here than normal so we've seen a lot of condensed traffic and sales, so it's been a good holiday so far," said Walters.
As for Teresa Ackerman and her dad Ken Sheets from Tracy, Minnesota, they find ways to save money to finish that Christmas list during the busy shopping weekend.
"I had some coupons at home that I got in the mail that I could use here at the mall today. I thought I'd use some of those to finish up some Christmas shopping," Ackerman said.
As for Natalie and Sarah Meyer from Brookings, they are hoping to find the best deals while staying clear of the large crowds Super Saturday brings.
"We left home at 7:00 a.m. so that we can get home by 1:00 p.m. That way we're away from all the people," Natalie said. "Now we're ready to eat and then go."