Americans are expected to spend slightly less on Halloween this year.
A National Retail Federation survey found people plan to spend $6.9-billion on costumes, candy, decorations and greeting cards.
That's down 14-percent from last year but up from 2011.
It breaks down to $75.03 of spending per person celebrating the holiday.
They'll spend a total of $1.4-billion on costumes for kids and $330-million for pet costumes.
And they'll spend more than $2-billion on candy.
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