Black Friday 2016: Fights, Shootings And Violence Blemish Sales Event

Posted: Nov 25 2016, 12:42pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 26 2016, 12:51am CST , in Black Friday 2019


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Black Friday 2016: Shootings and Violence Blemish Sales Event
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There have been again Black Friday related violent incidence Thanksgiving night, like every year.

Black Friday 2016 has seen again violence over deals and even over parking spots. In Reno, Nevada, a Black Friday shopper at Walmart was shot during a fight over a parking spot as the doors for the big sale opening reports the New York Post. The NYP report lists another Black Friday related shooting in Atlantic City.

In the UK, Black Friday shoppers prefer knifes apparently. According to the Express, a Policeman was stabbed in Leeds at an HMV store, confronting a shoplifter.

Each year videos surface from Black Friday customers fighting over doorbusters. This year's most viral video comes from South Africa of all places. Customers there fought over toilet paper and soap. The incident happened at a Checkers store in Roodepoort, Johannesburg.

We actually expected to see fights at Walmart stores over Hatchimals, but shoppers kept calm over the hard to find toy advertised for Black Friday. There are lot of fake Walmart Black Friday brawl videos on Youtube. So called Black Friday fight compilations remix old videos from past years. We even have seen the video from South Africa described as footage from a Walmart.

Black Friday is now taking place in all stores and online. is increasing the deal pace and will release the announced Black Friday TV deals. The Amazon Black Friday Deals Tracker features the latest deals on sale. The Amazon Black Friday 2016 sale is the biggest sale to find Black Friday deals. confuses consumers with the launch of Cyber Monday on Friday. For the first time Walmart launched the retailers Cyber Week at 12:01am ET Friday, Nov 25.

Target, Best Buy and continue to offer Black Friday deals. Find all sales in this list of live Black Friday sales. The Black Friday Deals Tracker helps deal hunters to quickly find the Black Friday 2016 deals on sale right now online.

The Top 100 Black Friday 2016 Deals show all deals that everybody is talking about this year. The list features the Black Friday deals that Black Friday deal hunters can be proud of to have scored when Black Friday is over.

Timing is everything in scoring the best Black Friday 2016. Check the Black Friday 2016 Deals Tracker on a regular basis. To not miss a Black Friday deal, sign up our Twitter feed, where we notify followers about every hot Black Friday deal.

There are several special Black Friday events coming up starting Friday Nov. 18 and ending when Cyber Monday sales begin. The Black Friday 2016 Online Sale schedule gives a quick overview which sales are coming up. The Black Friday 2016 Store Hour Schedule helps Black Friday shoppers to plan their trip to the mall. The store opening times are important to find when it is time to line-up for Black Friday doorbuster deals.

The big five Black Friday 2016 ads are released along with over 75 Black Friday 2016 Ads. Amazon, Walmart, Target and Best Buy published their highly anticipated Black Friday 2016 ads. We have compiled everything you need to know about Black Friday 2016 in our Black Friday 2016 guide. Read the latest Black Friday 2016 news.

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