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7. Cashing in
Retailers are hoping to rake in more in sales this holiday season than in 2008. Shopper turnout is expected to rise 5% during the Black Friday weekend compared to last year.

Toys R Us spokeswoman Kathleen Waugh noticed that the lines seemed to be longer than in previous years, when the doors typically opened at 5 a.m. on Black Friday.

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