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November 29, 2010

Holiday Shopping

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Retail experts believe people spent slightly more than last year on Black Friday than the year before, but many predict a bigger holiday shopping season for 2010, which might mean more gifts under the tree for everyone.

However, experts aren’t always right with their predictions. We want to hear from you — take the poll below and leave us a comment with your holiday shopping plans for this year.

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"I'm shopping more this year because I've saved my money and think my family deserves more presents than what they're used to."

-- Angel, 17, IA

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"I don't spend as much as I do for other Holidays. I don't really came about gifts, all that matters is family."

--Kaitlyn, 15, AV

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"No because I'm not making as much money, so I'm watching how much money I spend on people."

Emily, 14, AL

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"Times are tough! Gotta cut back! Santa's got to give less!"

--Chris, 13, NC

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"I might spend more this holiday season because of all the sales going on at stores."

--Katie, 14, NC

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"No, this year I plan to make more personal homemade gifts for my friends because in the end I think its better to give something more meaningful and personal then expensive."

--Kayleigh, 15, AZ

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