Posts Tagged ‘Tipping Guide’
Ever wonder who you should tip, when you should tip, or how much you should tip? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone – not even close. Most of us take a guess at the amount and hope for the best; hoping we left enough to be remembered in a good way rather than a bad way! And while most of us tip for service in restaurants and bars, there are a lot of other places where tips are a way of life. Like them or not, tips can make or break the service you get for your money or even more importantly, help people make ends meet due to the low pay at their jobs.
For those of you looking for advice on when/who/how much to tip, David went and did some research and found out a bunch of info that he hopes is helpful to you next time you are out and about.
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If service was so bad that you would never eat in the restaurant again, leave two cents. This is a deliberate insult, because it tells the waiter that you didn’t forget to leave a tip. Tipping is only appropriate in restaurants which offer table service. You do not tip the cashier in a fast food restaurant.
If you are in doubt, ask whether it is appropriate to tip or whether a gratuity is included in the bill.
Bribery is not considered appropriate and often illegal. Attempting to bribe a policeman will certainly get you arrested.