According to USA Today, retailers may see less cash on Black Friday this holiday season as many shoppers vow not to brave the malls over the long Thanksgiving weekend.

More than half of consumers surveyed, said there was a greater chance they would skip scouting for presents the day after Thanksgiving, the onetime busiest shopping day of the year.

Only a third of shoppers expect to spend more on holiday items this season, down from 44 percent in 2016.

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