The Sun has found that the UK customers are paying up to double what our US counterparts are for this year's must-have Christmas gifts.
After a quick search of the world wide web, ToyNews found that when it comes to toys, UK consumers may well have a reason to feel hard done by.
While we can expect to pay £64.99 for Dance Star Mickey at toysrus.co.uk, the retailer’s US website toysrus.com is selling the toy for £44, a difference of £20.
When it comes to the Nerf Vortex Nitron, Toys R Us is currently charging UK customers £32.99 with the price £25 Stateside. Walmart has the Nitron up for £25 with the Hasbro toy available for £35 at Asda.
Let's be honest, the news isn't a huge surprise – UK residents are used to paying more than their neighbours for everything from cars to clothes.
However, when comparing the prices on this year’s more in-demand items, like LeapFrog’s LeapPad, retailers are less generous.