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....

Flickr / Kenny Murray

One partridge in a pear tree: $199

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Two turtle doves:  $125

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Three French hens: $165

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Four calling birds: $599.96

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Five golden rings: $750

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Six geese-a-laying: $210

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Seven swans-a-swimming: $7,000

Flickr / Kathleen Tyler Conklin

Eight maids-a-milking: $50 (what a deal!)

Flickr / Sara Kirby

Nine ladies dancing: $7,552.84

Flickr / Kathleen Tyler Conklin

Ten lords-a-leaping: $5,243.37

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Eleven pipers piping: $2,635.20


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Twelve drummers drumming: $2,854.50

The grand total...$27,393.17

Maybe that new flat screen TV is looking like a better alternative.