Black Friday: Doors Open for Biggest Deals Ever

Lindsey Davis on black Friday deals and the shoppers who hit the stores early.
1:51 | 11/25/11

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Transcript for Black Friday: Doors Open for Biggest Deals Ever
-- Black Friday frenzy in some cases it did turn violent ABC's Lindsey Davis in the thick of it all at a Jersey City target. Lindsey good morning to you. Good morning Josh fortunately no fights broke out at this target but it remains back to this -- has been open. -- at midnight all of the excitement seems to be about the flat screen TVs and retail analysts say that this Black Friday they're at their lowest price point. Ever. Overnight at his Texas Wal-Mart pandemonium. And -- Outside this North Atlanta best buy dedication. Over 700 shoppers in line what time did you get here. About 140 fat. Winston and just after midnight at this Toys 'R' Us. Mass scary shoppers clamoring for deals. But has the frenzy gone too far gunfire reportedly erupted at -- Fayetteville, North Carolina mall early this morning. Thankfully no one was injured. There were a group of armed young mean they started fighting and then soon afterwards you heard a popping sound. And there was some shooting going on and then after that people just scattered -- -- -- apparently. And in Los Angeles as many as twenty people were injured when they were doused with pepper sprayed by female shoppers during a crowds are. And everybody was just. I'm overwhelmed -- bad smell stewards had flooded the airwaves for nearly a monthly dads everywhere stoking the -- The -- of Black Friday calling the First Act of the holiday shopping season as nearly a third of all consumers. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It appears there a reason retailers are doing this because they believed that there's a limited amount of money in everybody's wallet and they can tap that money sooner. They're gonna win over somebody else is not tapping it as soon enough. Determine consumers were lining up for deals so good. You could even get a flat screen for your puppy 142 -- for her room. All across the country Occupy Wall Street protesters have also been hitting the big box stores not to shop as you can imagine but to protest. And it also been picketing. Say chanting boycott Black Friday it's a gimmick. Lara Wright Lindsey thank you very much.

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