It's hard to think that December is tomorrow. If you didn't locate a partridge in a pear tree for a great deal on Black Friday, you had better act quickly before all the stores sell out.

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PNC Bank does an annual study on how much it would cost to buy everything from the song, "The 12 Days of Christmas".

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This year's cost is $46,730, a 2.7% increase from last year. Alternatively, if you purchased the goods repeatedly every day as the song implies, that would be 364 gifts in total, that would be more than $201,000.

Here's a breakdown of how much it would cost to buy or hire all 12 things:

  • Twelve drummers drumming - $3,468
  • Eleven pipers piping - $3,207
  • Ten lords-a-leaping - $14,539
  • Nine ladies dancing - $8,308
  • Eight maids-a-milking - $58
  • Seven swans-a-swimming - 13,125
  • Six geese-a-laying - $780
  • Five gold rings - $1,245
  • Four calling birds - $600
  • Three French hens - $330
  • Two turtle doves - $750
  • And a partridge in a pear tree - $319
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It seems like the crazy inflation we saw this year would jolt the prices, however, the 2.7% hike was actually the smallest year-over-year increase since 2019.

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