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Throw a killer Halloween party for under $50

The average shopper spent just under $75 on Halloween-related purchases in 2015, according to the National Retail Federation spending survey. But if you use the best savings strategies, you could spend a lot less on Halloween this year — including Halloween parties. Whether you're hosting a big blowout for Halloween or planning a smaller gathering for friends, there are plenty of ways to avoid a financial scare this season.
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