NEW YORK (Reuters) – More people headed to stores and websites over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, and average spending per person rose 9.1 percent as bargain-hunting shoppers scooped up discounts on everything from gadgets to hoodies, a National Retail Federation survey on Sunday showed. The trade group’s survey found that a record 226 million shoppers visited stores and websites over “Black Friday” weekend, up from 212 million last year. It defines the Black Friday weekend as Thursday, Friday, Saturday and projected spending for Sunday. The average spending for the weekend rose to $398. …

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