Some Still Shopping on Christmas Eve

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 12/24/2012 11:21 pm
      With Christmas technically only a few hours away shoppers were still out late Monday looking for last minute gifts.

      Many shoppers say they didn't plan on waiting until the last minute, but ran out of time.

      Those that did venture out on Christmas Eve, and were able to find an open store, say there was virtually no traffic in and out of the stores.

       Many stores are also offering last minute deals before the holiday, in an attempt to coax out a few more last second shoppers.

      One thing almost all of the last second shoppers have in common; they all say they've learned their lesson and wont wait until the last day next year.
    
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