Black Friday was a success for shoppers and retailers alike. The National Retail Federation says the weekend broke all previous records for the number of shoppers and how much they spent, and Cyber Monday could be even busier.
FOX News Radio's Jill Nado reports:
But Monday's spike in traffic isn't all good news.
FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern explains from Bethesda, MD:
The average shopping this Black Friday dropped nearly $400 - a total of over $52 billion being pumped into the U.S. economy.
Ellen Davis, Vice President of the National Retail Federation, says the economy played a big role in the previous Black Friday records:
So will there likely be a little bit of a letdown in workplace production because of employees doing some Cyber Monday shopping?
If the day lives up to expectations, Davis thinks it might be so:
One advantage of shopping online, avoiding the dangers that come along with distracted shopping in stores.
WATCH more on the dangers of distracted shopping HERE: