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Friday, 24 November 2017

Stores Across The US Opened Their Doors Early To Thousands Of Bargain Hunters Experts predicting Americans Will Splash Out $20BILLION Over The Weekend)

Macy's Herald Square finally opened its doors at 5pm on Thanksgiving Day for thousands of early Black Friday shoppers in search of amazing sales, door buster deals, and limited-time-offers
One person was shot outside a Missouri mall as hoards of shoppers fought each other for Black Friday deals.
Amid chaotic scenes around the country, unidentified 19-year-old was shot in the parking lot of a center in the college town of Columbia late Thursday night, according to KMIZ.
The man is thought to be in critical condition following the shooting at the mall.

Eager shoppers were seen cramped against the store's doors as they waited patiently to get their hands on early Christmas gifts
Police said they do not believe they are looking for any further suspects and refused to say whether the shooting was in relation to the sales.
Meanwhile, the Black Friday mayhem began at 5pm on Thanksgiving Day as thousands of bargain hunters rushed inside stores across the US in search of amazing sales, door buster deals and limited-time offers as experts predict 164 million Americans will spend nearly $1,000 each over the holiday weekend. 
Macy's Herald Square in Manhattan saw hundreds of people lined up outside their doors waiting to get their hands on deals like cosmetic and perfume sets from $10 to $20 as well as 40 per cent off on boots and shoes. 
Shoppers were also seen flocking to its Apple shop for deals on gadgets like the Apple Watch.
Experts have predicted that over the five-day period between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday, consumers will spend $19.7 billion. 
As several shoppers have braved the cold weather in tents, others have found a way to take the easy way out. Some shoppers have reportedly been disguising themselves as staffers to beat the long lines. 
People were reportedly selling Walmart employee vests and promised buyers an easy way to bypass the line. 
An estimated 164 million people (including shoppers seen above in Macy's Herald Square in NYC) are planning to shop or are considering shopping during the Thanksgiving weekend, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF)
Of those considering shopping the long holiday weekend, the survey found that 32 million plan to shop on Thanksgiving Day, but Black Friday will remain the busiest day with 115 million shoppers descending on US stores. 
Consumers said they will spend an average $967.13 this year, according to the annual survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics. 
That's up 3.4 per cent from the $935.58 consumers said they would spend when surveyed at the same time last year. 
Cyber Monday is expected to become the largest online shopping day in history, generating $6.6 billion in sales, 16.5 per cent growth compared to last year. 

Of those considering shopping the long holiday weekend, the survey found that 32 million plan to shop on Thanksgiving Day, but Black Friday will remain the busiest day with 115 million shoppers descending on US stores

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