Fewer People Doing Black Friday Shopping

By: News 10
By: News 10

Walmart isn't waiting until the day after Thanksgiving to draw in holiday shoppers.

It’s already advertising Black Friday deals online -- like big savings on tablets and two hundred dollars off of an RCA 42-inch television.

Starting Friday, Walmart will even match online and in-store deals from its competitors.

A survey out yesterday found not as many shoppers are interested in shopping on Black Friday, only 13-percent versus 20-percent four years ago.

Shoppers are expected to spend about two-percent less this year because of economic concerns and their own personal finances.

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