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A survey by e and Cyber Boxing found almost half of all consumers looking for a Boxing Day bargain shopped online.
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Heddinott would go home with her new toy and the early morning was worth it.
The lineup at Future Shop in Bayers Lake formed mid-afternoon Monday and just minutes before the doors swung open Tuesday at 6 a.m., the line of 300-plus dedicated and bleary-eyed shoppers snaked around the building and past the neighbouring Winners store that didn’t open until 9 a.m.