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Use surplus sweets in frugal, educational or even charitable ways.
Parents are looking for deals long before Thanksgiving -- and worrying about their ability to pay. Use these tips to take charge of the holiday.
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Costumes, décor and party snacks can be cheap-y as well as creepy.
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