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I've read in a number of threads that some folks tip vendors.  For those that don't mind answering this.. how much and how often?  

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Conceited

Never heard that before, and Can't see ay benefit to tipping.   I'd guess they make a decent profit with out tips. 

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kinsona

I sometimes round-up payments, so vendors get a dollar or so extra from me. I don't see it as a tip more of a convenience thing really, especially when converting currency to BTC. I don't think the vendors seek favour, just honest and discrete buyers. We all need each other, vendors, buyers. forum members...Symbiosis...Forgive me probably consumed far too much quality product to be making any sense.

 

 

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bdrc36

With the way things are going with the SY lately. I doubt any tipping will be going on. 

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PTFC
On 6/20/2018 at 12:54 PM, ozzy13 said:

I've read in a number of threads that some folks tip vendors.  For those that don't mind answering this.. how much and how often?  

Depending on the vendor and payment method I generally just round up most of the time. There's no need to do so of course.  

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Phantasia

If a vendor has gone above and beyond for me (like special orders) I will throw in an extra $10.  

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ozzy13
On 12/18/2018 at 2:24 PM, mountaincat9 said:

Every once in a while I throw in an extra $10.  I don't know why other than I would appreciate it and remember it if someone did it for me.

A little bird told me about using a box when sending CIM so recently I've included some holiday chocolates as a tip.

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mountaincat9

I like that Oz how clever!  Who doesn't want a sweet tip! I'll have to steal that one from you.

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SleepyMonkey

I do sometimes. You never know when you're going to need a favor.... like actual overnight shipping.

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chaos7979

I tip the mailman. 

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Sunrise81

I tip sometimes, especially when the person has tremendously helped me. But, I also always tip at the usual places, and not so usual places including piZZa hUt carryout and at sUbwAy (I mentioned those since most people I know do NOT tip there). But if the service is phenomenal and they’re going above and beyond, then I’ll def tip. But, that’s just me. And I’m a firm believer in “To each their own”.

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bdz

I think tipping is corrupt and needs to be done away with everywhere.  I feel like I'm paying twice. The best holidays (and service) I've had were in Asian countries and in Oz where spare change wasn't even accepted by my female taxi driver after she voluntarily carried my luggage from the boot to the hotel lobby.  I used to work for tips as a stripper, and I hated it from that end too.  Employers need to pay all their workers a living wage, and not misclassify them as "independent contractors" or "business owners".  When I got tips onstage, I felt awkward about it, esp on my first day on the job.

I'd never tip the postal worker.  They're usually Feds and get good pay, benefits and jobs security.

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Josepagini

I have always tried to tip up even if it’s a buck or 2, especially using bitcoin. Vendors certainly appreciate a nice lagniappe and it’s generally good business practice! 

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Vickydog
22 hours ago, Josepagini said:

I have always tried to tip up even if it’s a buck or 2, especially using bitcoin. Vendors certainly appreciate a nice lagniappe and it’s generally good business practice! 

I also have mentioned this issue before.  I got mixes teactions?  Why?  Hell, if you tip for a cup of tea,latte,cuppa, etc  ,wny not tip for something that really improves your life??

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