A Scottsdale man jumped in excitement when a slot machine at a tribal casino flashed three red double-sevens in a row for what he thought was a $50,000 jackpot.
By early Friday evening, there had been no major reports of the deal-inspired chaos that has become central to Black Friday lore in the U.S. — fistfights over discounted televisions or stampedes toward coveted sale items.
Thousands of Southern Nevadans joined millions nationwide in the unofficial kickoff of the holiday retail season Friday. Many locations jump-started things Thursday.
Businesses in downtown Las Vegas have celebrated the event for the past few years. But this year is slated to have the largest amount of businesses participating, said Sarah Collins, organizer for the event in downtown Las Vegas.
It was a stunning downfall for one of the biggest figures in the auto industry.
Cozy sweaters and soft pajamas are in for adults. Kids, meanwhile, are asking for board games featuring fake poop and pimples.
Shoppers are turning out in the Las Vegas Valley for Black Friday deals.
Samsung Electronics apologized Friday for illnesses and deaths of some of its workers, saying it failed to create a safe working environment at its computer chip and display factories.