The cost of buying all 364 gifts repeated throughout the Christmas carol "The Twelve Days of Christmas" has risen to $107,300, up 6.1 percent from last year. Financial services company PNC Wealth Management compiled the figure in its annual Christmas Price Index, which found the partridge to be the cheapest item, at $15, while the swans are the most expensive, at $1,000 each. Big price increases were seen for the geese, which were up 29.6 percent, and the swans, up 11 percent, because the 2011 drought led to an increase in feed costs. Also rising were the pear tree, up 11.8 percent, the five gold rings, up 16.3 percent, and the three French hens, whose price increased by 10 percent. The prices of six items stayed the same: the maids a-milking; ladies dancing; lords a-leaping; calling birds; turtle doves; and the partridge.