Introduction:Ideas on how much and when to tip will vary, but this list is a faily good representation of what most consider to be acceptable tipping habits.
15% is normal for the server who brings you your food. If the server is exceptional, go 20%. However, you should never leave less than 10% for poor service.
If you are utilizing a parking valet service or if the garage attendent brings your vehicle to you, a tip of at least $2.00 is in order.
An associate professor of consumer behavior at the Cornell Hotel School suggests tipping pizza the pizza delivery guy a minimum of $2 per pizza considering some of the risky areas in which they have to deliver their pizzas. Others say to tip 10%, plus another $1-$2 per pizza.
The Sky Cap who helps with your luggage should expect to receive $1 per bag if for those who do a check-in at the curbside, and $2 per bag when the bags are taken to the check-in counter.
It will depend upon your particular location, but a 15% tip is generally acceptable, with an additional $1.00 - $2.00 for each bag the driver handles.
Do you know how tipping got started? Little brass boxes with an inscription on them were placed in London Coffee Houses long ago. The inscription read, "To Encourage Promptness." Eventually the first letters of these words were used; TIP
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Thank you for the great list on tipping. I tend to be generous since I never got a tip when I worked. Nurses, in my days were not permitted to accept tips. h5
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