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If last month’s brutal sales figures are any indicator, consumers are going to be looking for deals this holiday season. Major deals.We know Wal-Mart will have full aisles as the season approaches, so can anyone else compete? According to this WSJ article, some retailers will try in the toy department. KB Toys, Toys “R” Us and Target are bringing it on.Following a Wal-Mart price cut that brought many of its toys to $10 or less, KB and Target followed suit. Toys “R” Us believes it can compete on its wider selection of items and prices points.But based on Wal-Mart’s relative sales success in this economy, do the other chains stand a chance in this category? Target certainly hasn’t fared well. We see Wal-Mart coming out as the winner, if there is any such thing right now.

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