Transcript for Shoppers Flood Through the Doors Earlier Than Ever
But speaking of red hot, get to the deals. And the shoppers around the country, hitting the stores. We have full coverage and the best deals out there right now. ABC's Rebecca Jarvis is at Macy's in Chicago and starts us off this morning. Good morning. Reporter: Hi, Amy, good morning. And 140 million Americans are expected to hit the malls, the store this is weekend. That's 6 in 10 of us. Things got started at Macy's earlier than ever before. 6:00 P.M. Last night. There's been a steady crowd here in the 13-hour shopping marathon. And they're off. Million was Americans flooding stores overnight. Ensuing in Houston, watch as grown men fling themselves on top of flat screen televisions at a Walmart, refusing to let go. Officers pulling them to their feet, breaking up one melee, only to have another fight feet away. And at Macy's flagship store, a sea of 15,000 people coming in when their doors opened. This woman wnszed a skirmish over a Barbie doll. Enings. The girl hit the guy in the face. Reporter: And selling out minutes after the doors open. Televisions, computers and tablets are hot. Reporter: This year, the savings and the black Friday battles starting early. Kmart starting at 6:00 A.M. Thursday. When we come out early, we probably save about $500. Reporter: In times square, right next to "Gma" studio, parents going into toys are us at 5:00 A.M. To get the deals and hot new toys. Good deals. Reporter: A busy start to what's sure to be a busy holiday shopping season. And there hasn't been any issue here at Macy's in Chicago. But a lot of hearts beating quickly for the deals. They are open tonight until 10:00 P.M. And open again tomorrow morning. Thank you.
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