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6. Checking out
Shoppers wandered through three floors of the store, laden with enormous tote bags full of StarWars and Lego toys, Transformers and Hannah Montana dolls.

Bargain-hungry consumers formed a checkout line that snaked through the toy store and waited their turn to pay for items. For many, Toys R Us was just the first stop on a full day of shopping for deals.

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Last updated November 27 2009: 1:46 PM ET
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