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Shops slash prices in bid to lure last-minute shoppers

20 December 2013 Last updated at 20:39 GMT

With just four days left to get your Christmas shopping done, retailers are slashing prices in a bid to get us spending.

Online sales are predicted to be 28% higher than this time last year and nearly 75% of shops are already having sales.

Researchers say they are expecting £12bn to be spent over the next four days, which is as much as we would usually spend in two weeks.

Emma Simpson reports.

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