I'll play. Sample day:
Skis/bindings. Probably averaging about 300 euros
Boots: Think I paid 175 euros back in 2002.
Poles: Xmas gift
Mitt shell: 40 euros
Windstopper glove liner: 40 euros
Glove liner: 20 bucks about 20 years ago
Neck gator: Foundling
Helmet: 75 euros
Sunglasses: 50 euros
Base bottoms: 20 bucks at REI
Base top: Gift from my son
Windstopper vest: 54 bucks on sale last week on the web somewhere
Jacket: Somewhere between 300 and 350 euros, depending on day
Pants: Gore Tex at 50 bucks like 15 years ago, replaced by EMS TWICE!!!
Socks: Around 15 bucks. I'd pay 10x as much if I had to.
Cellphone: Why this counts I don't know, not like I only use it on the slopes, but about 200 euros
Avy gear including avalung pack: Around 400 euros
Swatch (which also holds season pass chip): Xmas gift
Hydration: Freebie bottle, tap water
KEYS UNDER MAT (if you can get in without waking up the dog she won't bite you).
That's about 2500 in dollar terms, more than I would have thought, so Richie has a point.
The only thing I stress about, though, is what I pay for skis, since they don't last very long. I wouldn't even look at the price tag on a pair of boots if I were sure they'd be "right" for me out of the box; I've been using the same model since 2002 (have three shells in various states of repair. Got one free and another for around 75 euros). My last Gore Tex hardshell, at over $400, lasted almost seven seasons, so I don't see that as a big expenditure.