It's a national holiday in places like England and Canada. Boxing Day is mainly used as a day to exchange or return gifts. It's often compared to Black Friday shopping for its craziness. Boxing day in Canada forces shoppers to wait hours for sales or to return items. But Central New Yorkers found the day after Christmas a little less hectic. Holiday shopping can be stressful enough but can you imagine fighting these crowds the day after? This is exactly what many Canadians do every year trying to get post-Christmas deals. So would Central New Yorkers encounter similar crowds today? "I hope not long, I didn't mean that at all honestly, I just don't want to be here that long. This is the one stop I'm making today, the one and only." Some shopping experts say wait times for returns could average two hours... So, did shoppers wait long today? "Just about five or ten minutes and everyone's been really nice, you know not mean, hung over from Christmas." "Oh beautiful everyone's really nice to us and it's nice to get out and be around people again it was fun were enjoying it." Many stores have return policies and some can be complicated around the holiday season, but some Central New Yorkers enjoyed their exchange experience. "The exchange went very very well, of course it was kind of easy because we liked the items but the sizes were wrong." Although the shopping centers were quite packed everything appeared to move along in a timely fashion. And people were generally satisfied with the service they received.