What’s the Total Cost of the 12 Days of Christmas?
You’ve got the birds, leaping lords, pipers, and several additional items. Boy, do they add up!
The costs have been estimated by PNC Financial. No, I did not go around pricing pricing for geese or dancing ladies.
So, here’s the breakdown….
One partridge in a pear tree: $199
Two turtle doves: $125
Three French hens: $165
Four calling birds: $599.96
Five golden rings: $750
Six geese-a-laying: $210
Seven swans-a-swimming: $7,000
Eight maids-a-milking: $50 (what a deal!)
Nine ladies dancing: $7,552.84
Ten lords-a-leaping: $5,243.37
Eleven pipers piping: $2,635.20
Twelve drummers drumming: $2,854.50
The grand total…$27,393.17
Maybe that new flat screen TV is looking like a better alternative.