#1
How much would you tip for take out food being delivered to your house? I resent the fact that they expect something when its 20 times the price of making something yourself esp with chinese and currys etc. I normally give £1 odd depending on what im getting.
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#6
A pound or two. If it's a big order, Ill round it up and tell them to keep the change, so they'll get a few quid. Might give more if the weather is really bad, or around Christmas.
#8
when i get take out, if its not being delivered, and im the one going to pick it up, i usually dont tip. because im spending the gas to go and get it. but if its delivery, usually about $3
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#10
usually a buck or two. not a whole lot, unless it's super cold in winter. but if he forgets anything, usually nothing, cuz that gets annoying
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#12
i don't pay tips, am i a bad person.

i let them keep any change, but thats it.
#13
It depends on my mood. I normally get dominos and they charge an extra 2$ for delivery, so I'll only throw in like and extra 2$ but then sometimes I don't and then the delivery men get pissed off and throw the extra change I tip them at my house. True story.
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#14
I usually tip between 15 and 20% of the total cost.

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#15
Id say it really depends on the amount I have to pay. I usually round it off. For instance, if I need to pay 32 euros I round it off to 35. I have to pay 38 euros I round it off to 40 euros. Something like that, and if I didn't like the restaurant for a valid reason I wouldn't give them a tip
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#17
in the states, 12-18%. in the uk, it depends on a lot of factors. usually i round up plus a quid or two.

resenting tipping because you're already paying way more than it costs to make things yourself is really, really, really stupid. like people who complain about the markup in pubs and restaurants. no shit there's a markup, ingredient cost is a fractional part of their costs.
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#18
10% of cost of order.
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How much would you tip for take out food being delivered to your house? I resent the fact that they expect something when its 20 times the price of making something yourself esp with chinese and currys etc. I normally give £1 odd depending on what im getting.


Pay the delivery charge if there is one and nothing else unless the service is good enough to warrant a tip.

I refuse to tip unless they actually deserve it, it's not an automatic thing at all and it shouldn't be to everyone else; I hate it that tipping is expected now even if the service is just average.
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#21
I've never yet had delivery that was good enough to warrant tipping above the delivery charge. It's almost universally late, the wrong order, they try to overcharge me or I have to guide them to the house over the phone.
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#22
usually a quid
depends on how big the order is though, and how much ive had to drink beforehand

#23
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i don't pay tips, am i a bad person.

i let them keep any change, but thats it.



That's a tip. Say it's 17 and you give him a twenty. Keeping the change is a pretty neat tip.
#24
I don't tip because it's their fucking job.


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