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Tooth Fairy No Longer Leaves Loose Change [AUDIO]

Kid With Lost Tooth

 

The days of finding a quarter under your pillow are long gone.

According to a survey by Visa, kids this year are getting an average of $3.70 per lost tooth – a 23% jump over last year’s rate. and a 42% spike from 2011.

Sioux Falls kids, however, shouldn’t expect to see that kind of money.

Friday morning, during Kids Jokes, Amazing Arvid called up Chad to tell him how much the tooth fairy had left him.

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