A couple of replaceable bearings?! Now you really are starting to show your age.
As with the driven axle bearings, you will remember there was a shift many years ago to a bearing assembly whereby it was a bearing 'pack'. That could well be £25-£40.
Obviously that has now changed. A new hub comes with the bearing and it is usually bolt on, bolt off. Incidentally, a new wheel sensor reluctor or polorised bearing end cap is used (ASB- yes, the letters are in the correct order) which the sensor uses as a pickup. Therefore, nowadays, the bearing is normally £60-£120 but it comes with so much more blah, blah. In reality, it will save about a half hour in labour. Sometimes more.
The opposite is perhaps tyre of your statement, ZF. I often think that anyone could do bearing replacement these days.
It does cost more though, so perhpas you'll take comfort in that.
Yes, the world is going to pieces.