What Is Your Status With Holiday Shopping So Far This Season?

What Is Your Status With Holiday Shopping So Far This Season?

We've just wrapped up the long Thanksgiving weekend and now the shopping race begins. Will you be running this year? Maybe you joined the crowds looking for the perfect sale on Black Friday. Maybe you've thrown in the towel with brick-and-mortar shopping -- why spend hours searching for a parking place at a real store when millions of gift ideas are at your fingertips on your laptop or tablet?

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Every year it seems like the shopping season starts earlier and earlier. Do you celebrate a less commercial version of the holidays? Do you give time and homemade gifts? Or are you primed for the hunt and ready to let that credit card roar?

Tell us about your shopping plans on this week's Opinion Poll!

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