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This Is How Much ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ Gifts Cost in 2014

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Every year, the PNC Wealth Management Christmas Price Index brings “The 12 Days of Christmas” carol lyrics to life by revealing how much each item mentioned in the song’s lyrics would cost in the present day.

If someone’s “true love” bought all of the gifts mentioned in the holiday classic, then the bill would come out to $27,673.22 in 2014, according to the bank, which gathered data from the National Aviary in Pittsburgh, PHILADANCO (The Philadelphia Dance Company) and the Pennsylvania Ballet Company.

Here is the full list, as condensed by the AP:

– Partridge, $20; last year: $15

– Pear tree, $188; last year: $184

– Two turtle doves, $125; last year: same

– Three French hens, $181; last year: $165

– Four calling birds (canaries), $600; last year: same

– Five gold rings, $750; last year: same

– Six geese-a-laying, $360; last year: $210

– Seven swans a-swimming, $7,000; last year: same

– Eight maids a-milking, $58; last year: same

– Nine ladies dancing (per performance), $7,553; last year: same

– 10 lords a-leaping (per performance), $5,348; last year: $5,243

– 11 pipers piping (per performance), $2,635; last year: same

– 12 drummers drumming (per performance), $2,855; last year: same

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