Cyber Monday Follows Record-Breaking Black Friday

In-store and online sales brought in a record-breaking $5 billion on Black Friday.
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No one wants to be a snitch. It is cybermonday. The blockbuster shopping has begun. Over 154 million shoppers, yeah, they were running. Rebecca Jarvis has details. Cybermo cybermonday is more my speed. This is the perfect speed for me, too. Many of the shoppers shopped online. Today, expect deep discounts with free shipping on appliance, clothes, and electronics. After a record-breaking black Friday weekend, shoppers already gearing up far massive cybermonday. This week end, more than 154 million Americans grabbing those wallet-friendly deals, up from 151 million last year. We almost didn't go today. I kind of dragged her out. Reporter: Some shoppers, unruly. This Seattle area Nike store nearly demolished. Others extremely violent. A fight between customers turning deadly in Nevada. For the most part, controlled chaos. 3:00 to 4:00 P.M. On black Friday, the busiest shopping hour on the week end. We do it every year. We want to get the best deals. Reporter: The biggest day so far? Friday. Online sales shattering records, up 22% from last year. Topping $3 billion. Bringing the two-day tally to more than $5 million. Retailers now turning their attention to cybermonday. With deals on aflinss. Like this juicer $100 off on Amazon. And clothes. Banana republic and gap offering 50% off. J. Crew and old Navy, 40% off. And target, 15% off everything. And if you're on the market for a TV but you didn't get one over the weekend, you're in luck. Walmart, target, Amazon, and Best Buy all have great deals today on TVs. It's great time to book travel. Some of the deals coming into my phone, the temperatures looking good. Somewhere south? You go warm, you go cold. You got omgss. This picture from an airline

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