Shoppers may love ordering stuff online, but when it comes to returning that holiday sweater, many would rather drop it off at the store.

That consumer aversion to shipping back unwanted goods could give bricks-and-mortar retailers an edge in the post-holiday hangover even as online sales continue to soar.

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