Bitar said she wouldn’t have been so fired up if they hadn’t offered the service for free last year. "I probably would have paid that much for pictures this year," she said. "It's just the fact that they're charging me for something that was free last year, something that should be free."
The Inquirer adds that a nearby mall offers photographs with Santa for prices ranging from $19.99 to $50, but said they also allow kids to see Santa at no charge — something the Cherry Hill Mall neglects to do.
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