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12 Apple 2.65 13 Sears 2.57 14 Quixtar 2.43 15 Cornerstone Brands 2.39 Dell 2.39 17 Gateway 2.30 18 Office Depot 2.17 19 Gap 1.94 20 Scholastic 1.93 21 Comp USA 1.90 22 Wal-mart 1.86   Average 1.84 23 PC Mall 1.74 24 Williams Sonoma 1.51 25 Toys R Us 1.47 Best Buy 1.47 27 Target 1.29 28 Cabelas 1.26 29 Home Depot 1.14 30 JC Penney 1.08 31 HP Direct 1.05 32 Coldwater Creek 0.96 33 Costco 0.91 34 CDW 0.88 35 Circuit City 0.70 36 Musicians Friend 0.69 37 New Egg 0.60 38 QVC 0.59 39 Barnes and Noble 0.51 40 Home Shopping Network 0.49 41 Drugstore.com 0.41 42 Overstock 0.38 43 Tiger Direct 0.37 44 1800 Flowers 0.32 45 Amazon 0.31 46 Kmart 0.26 47 FTD 0.11 48 Redcats USA 0.10 49 Buy.com 0.09 50 L.L. Bean Inc. N/A
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