Americans opening their wallets for Halloween

October 21, 2014 10:01 AM

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Americans opening their wallets for Halloween

Americans are getting into the spirit of Halloween this year, buying record numbers of costumes as the annual fall tradition continues to broaden its appeal with consumers.

More than two-thirds of Americans celebrating Halloween will buy costumes this year, a record for the annual Halloween spending survey conducted for the National Retail Federation. The average person is expected to spend $77.52 on costumes, candies and decorations, more than the $75.03 spent last ye...

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