We're coming near the end of a major kitchen remodel and we'd like to show our appreciation to the foreman/carpenter by "tipping" him at the end of the job. How much? [more inside]
My friend is a server at a privately-owned restaurant, and she received a big tip from a patron ($40 on a $100 bill). However, it turns out days later that the card used was stolen, and now the restaurant owners have asked for her to return the tip money. Do they have any legal ground to do so? [more inside]
lawfilter: is it legal in minnesota for credit card service fees to be deducted from a waitstaff's tip? [more inside]
How much to tip at an open bar? [more inside]
How much should I tip (if at all) for a 10-minute massage after running in a race? [more inside]
I read a guideline in Modern Drunkard's mostly, but not entirely, tongue-in-cheek "Rules of Boozing," and it confused me. [more inside]
How to tip on a "Gold" or Conceirge floor? [more inside]
I'm working with real estate agents in three cities I am considering relocating to. I will only buy through one of them, obviously. Should I tip the other two? [more inside]
Holiday tipping: I want to tip my personal trainer...but there are complications. [more inside]
How much to tip the Peapod delivery person? [more inside]
Is it mandatory to tip for takeout and, if so, how much? [more inside]
How much should we tip our movers? Specific details inside. [more inside]
Have you used 1-800-got-junk, or a similar trash pick-up service? Did you tip? [more inside]
I've been living in New York for only about six months, and was a bit surprised when one of my friends asked if I tipped my superintendent. He told me after the fact that upon your first meeting, you should tip anywhere from $50-100 (and possibly more) to ensure any of your needs are met further along the line, in addition to providing a small tip whenever any small bit of work is done in the apartment. Am I alone in never hearing of this practice? Do you tip your super, and if so, how much?
TipFilter: Some friends and I were on the receiving end of some bad service last night, so we didn't tip. The waitress followed us out and made a scene. I'm looking for advice on how to handle tipping in these rare situations and what to do now. [More Inside] [more inside]
EtiquetteFilter: how much to tip? [mi] [more inside]
EtiquetteFilter: An hour removed from the salon now, I can see that I have just been on the receiving end of a bad spa treatment at a local salon. I've called, explained the problem and asked for a refund. What's the etiquette on tips? I left the appropriate tip for the amount of the service, and charged the rest on credit card.
I'm about to get a massage from a friend who runs her own one-employee (herself) massage business. When I pay her fee (which all goes to her), should I add a tip too? I never know how much of tipping is about "here's something for YOU since the bulk goes to management" (not true in this case), and how much is about, "I know you SAID the price is $50, but you should get a little extra because you did such a good job." [more inside]
Piercing studio etiquette: it seems that you're expected to include a tip. Base it on the total, including the price of the jewelry, or base it on the piercer's labor alone?
Tip etiquette: What is the appropriate tip for carry-out from a traditionally sit-down restaurant?
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