Customers check out at a Walmart store in Bentonville, Arkansas, with their Black Friday items on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016. This year, Walmart stocked its digital and physical aisles with more than 1.5 million televisions, nearly two million tablets and computers and three million video games. (Photo: Gunnar Rathbun, AP)

Customers check out at a Walmart store in Bentonville, Arkansas, with their Black Friday items on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016.

*At least two people have been killed in shootings at three malls across the country as Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, brought another round of heavy violence over discounted items.

A 33-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday in a dispute over a parking spot outside a Walmart in Reno, Nevada. He reportedly got into an argument with another man, and both were armed. Police have identified the people involved, and the investigation is ongoing.

Another man was killed and one injured in a shooting at a parking lot outside a Macy’s store in Mays Landing, in Hamilton Township, New Jersey. The deceased was identified as a 20-year-old male from Atlantic City, shot “multiple times.” His brother, 26, is being treated for a gunshot wound in the leg. Police are still searching for a suspect.

Also, three suspects were arrested following a shooting at the Wolfchase Galleria mall in Memphis, Tennessee. Multiple vehicles were hit by gunfire, and one person was rushed to the hospital in critical condition, police said.

Witnesses told WHBQ-TV that “at least 40 shots were fired.”

Black Friday 2016 video footage has been popping up on the web since Thanksgiving night.

Watch several below: