Victoria's Secret and Pink stores around the country were flooded with shoppers seeking big discounts on bras, pajamas and other lingerie. Those who spent $65 or more walked away with a free, hot pink tote bag filled with goodies like lotion and perfume.
At North Grand Mall in Ames, Iowa, hoodies and yoga pants were sold out within five minutes, according to a spokeswoman. Two hours after a Lufkin, Texas store opened at midnight, the checkout lines still stretched to the door.
Wal-Mart's tries to block protest with a complaint, but federal labor relations agency says it's unlikely to have a ruling in time to stop workers from protesting on Black Friday.
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