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Travelers head out this Memorial Day weekend but pay more for airfare and gas, and Americans have bet $125 billion on sports over the past four years

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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/travelers-are-hitting-the-road-this-memorial-day-weekend-but-will-pay-more-for-airfares-and-gas-and-americans-have-bet-125-billion-on-sports-in-the-past-four-years-11652820496?rss=1&siteid=rss Travelers head out this Memorial Day weekend but pay more for airfare and gas, and Americans have bet $125 billion on sports over the past four years

Brian Lowry

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