Cost of true love, as in ’12 Days of Christmas’ song, is at a record high, per PNC


Post the 12 days of Christmas,

My True Love showed to me,

A credit card balance that will take decades to pay off.

Rhymes were sacrificed in the name of reality: The carol has never been so costly.

Putting a partridge in a pear tree carries a $280 price tag, 25.8% more than last year because fertilizer’s gone up 28.4%. That’s especially foul because the fowl’s cost was unchanged.

Inflation across the nation boosted PNC’s annual Christmas Price Index by 10.5%, the third-biggest year-over-year…

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