If you're wondering what people were pushing, punching, trampling, and shooting each other for at Walmart on Black Friday, we now have your answer.
Walmart says their top selling item for Black Friday was . . . TOWELS.
Yes, towels. They were offering one bath towel or a pack of six washcloths for $1.74, and sold 2.8 million across the country. They also sold two million TVs, 1.9 million dolls, 1.4 million tablets, and 300,000 bicycles.
Industry experts say it's an interesting sign that towels were Walmart's biggest Black Friday success . . . and it shows that more and more people are using Black Friday to shop for THEMSELVES, not just get presents for other people.
And in case you're wondering, Walmart's top selling item on days that AREN'T Black Friday is . . . bananas.
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A man was arrested for throwing dollar bills to Black Friday shoppers at the Mall of America. 29-year-old Serge Vorobyov was filmed dropping, $1,000 in singles from the mall's third floor. Vorobyov timed the drop with a choir's performance of "Let It Snow". Each bill was stamped with a link to his YouTube page that explained the stunt. He was arrested by mal security and cited for disorderly conduct. (ABC News)
Of the 20...5 are in Virginia!
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