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Why you need to start buying candy now

Americans are planing to spend an average of $82.93 each on Halloween this year, putting total spending at $8.4 billion — an all-time high in the history of the National Retail Federation survey. Moreover, $24.43 of that Halloween spend will be dedicated to candy, with more going toward the cost of costumes. In light of these figures, now is a great time to head to your favorite Halloween headquarters to pick up a few bags of candy or find some budget-friendly alternatives for celebrating.
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