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Black Friday and Cyber Monday were huge for retailers.
But a third of Americans haven't even started their holiday shopping -- Consumer reports says about 66 million shoppers will be hitting the stores these last few weeks before Christmas -- all.
A lot of Americans still haven't even begun their shopping.
Fact haven't started either hitting the malls -- the -- board.
And more than -- Americans aren't even halfway through so there's a long way to go.
Americans plan to spend an average of 483.
Dollars on gifts this holiday season a vast majority of those procrastinating.
Are watching every dollar and hunting for bargains with -- -- eight in ten worried about overspend.
Around 80% of people said they were at least somewhat concerned.
About racking up big bills for the holiday consumer reports says more Americans of shop for holiday gifts at mass merchandisers like Wal-Mart and target.
But 28% -- shopped at more than one type of retailer said they're finding the best deals online.
That's not too.
To the surprise but the numbers have been growing every year is a tremendous sentiment -- here but people are very careful with their money doesn't mean they're not gonna spend it.
But it means -- -- -- -- very carefully this year more so than in the past 29% of the respondents to the consumer reports all said.
They plan to agree to more limited gift giving arrangements this year with family or group -- friends.
Like secret -- or gift exchanges -- -- -- Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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