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Christmas Eve shoppers breeze through last-minute shopping

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KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. - On the night before Christmas, shoppers rushed out to get last-minute gifts."I wanted a Nintendo Switch," said young Kendall Martin.It’s a risky game waiting until the day before Christmas.

One that Kendall’s parents have perfected."We do this every year. We intentionally shop on Christmas Eve," said Patricia Martin. "We like the Hussle the bustle and the rush, and the crowds.

We come we have lunch and go back to it. How did this year compare to previous years? It’s quieter I told my husband we are in and out too fast everywhere."In the weeks leading up, people have been picking the shelves to make sure the space under their trees is full.With supply chain issues plenty of retailers have been struggling to keep the.

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