A COUPLE were left shocked after being ripped off at a Christmas market.
In a video posted to TikTok, Aleasha Turner shared the eye-watering amount her and her fiancé spent on fudge.
The pair visited Edinburgh Christmas market this week, where they were charged £19.14 for six pieces.
Aleasha said in the video: "[This is] how much we spent on six pieces of fudge each at Edinburgh Xmas market."
Buying a bag each, their total spend came to nearly £40 for just 12 small cubes.
One user in the comments said: "These Christmas markets are just having a joke [and] taking advantage!"
Another slammed the market saying: "That's an absolute joke it's so easy and cheap to make as well."
Meanwhile someone else said: "We paid nearly £9.50 on four pieces of fudge in Cardiff Wonderland.
"Won't catch me [going] again!"
It comes after one mum from Wales hit out at their market after spending £47 on two bags of sweets.
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The Sun Online previously visited London's Winter Wonderlandwhere two small bags of pick 'n' mix cost nearly £20.
Candy floss was £8 and a potato on a stick was £7.
However customers were left feeling jolly after visiting Durham's market.
Despite being a three-hour train from London, it's prices may be worth the trip.
Hotdogs are just £3, hot drinks are £4, giant burgers are £6, and two portions of fries with sauce is £5.
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