is this something expected? i guess i would find it hard to spend $75 bucks for three hour group lesson then have to tip, but if i need to i will. thanks for the info
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11/22/03 at 5:08pm
|Originally posted by psy:
how do you tip a ski instructor? I mean how do you actually give the money? :
|Originally posted by cio457:
I did not realize how cheap people can be till reading this string. I'm not much of a skier, but enjoy taking privates and generally just figured 10% was fair. Never had a bad instructor.
Ya'll should ask for me on the slopes. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
|Originally posted by kieli:
I have gotten my fair share of tips. It surprising to me that they are generally a $20 - I am always blown away by this sum. Of course, it's greatly appreciated, but I do think it's A LOT.
Do you suppose it's because that's the denomination that comes out of ATM machines?