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Shoppers Showed Up, but Spent on Bargains

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"More consumers flooded the nation’s stores on Thanksgiving weekend in search of bargains," according to the New York Times. "But with retailers dangling rock-bottom prices and consumers only biting at less expensive merchandise like small appliances and winter clothes, the average amount spent by each shopper declined from last year."

Average spending over the weekend fell to $343.31 a person, from $372.57 a year ago. Total spending was $41.2 billion — about the same as last year.
SOURCE:   New York Times