Watch: Easter Spending in 2018 to be Second Largest Ever

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The National Retail Federation estimates that Americans will spend $18.2 billion on the holiday, just behind last year’s record of $18.4. The annual survey projects that 81 percent of Americans will be celebrating Easter this year and each person will spend an average of $150. Here are is how the NRF broke spending down: Food: $5.7 billion Clothing: $3.2 billion Gifts: $2.9 billion Candy: $2.6 billion Flowers: $1.3 billion Decorations: $1.1 billion Greeting Cards: $780 How will you be celebrating?

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