Kai Ryssdal carefully picks out his next pair of running shoes, deciding whether the pricier model is really worth it. Kenneth Brown/Marketplace
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What’s worth spending more money on?

Mary Dooe Jun 7, 2013
Kai Ryssdal carefully picks out his next pair of running shoes, deciding whether the pricier model is really worth it. Kenneth Brown/Marketplace

We all have priorities — some of us have a weakness for shoes, while others scrape together pennies to pay for our (future) child’s college education.

We want to know what kind of purchases matter to you: What’s worth spending a little more for?

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