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Real vs. fake debate: the Christmas tree edition

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Christmas trees are loaded on to a truck in New Hampshire. (Associated Press)

'Tis the season for celebrating the holidays and for many that means a Christmas tree. 

But getting one that lasts can cost big bucks. So is it more frugal to go fake?

Shiral Tobin doesn't want anyone pinched out of the holiday spirit and is here to help you decide, in this edition of her weekly column, Pinched.

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