Feb 3, 2016 ... According to Shannon, a 15–20% tip is appropriate. And remember: if the
massage is discounted, you should tip 15–20% of the full price, not ...
I tip $10 for a 60 minutes massage and $15 for a 90 minute massage ... matter
here, only the quality of service and what you deem appropriate.
Q. Being fairly new to massage, I'm always unsure about whether to tip or not? Is
there some sort of tipping protocol like in dining, or is tipping my massage ...
Jul 30, 2016 ... At most day spas, it's appropriate to tip 15-20%. So when you have a $100
massage, tip $15 if the service was average, and 20% or more if the ...
Tipping 15 to 20 percent after you've enjoyed your massage is proper etiquette,
although the setting in which you enjoy your massage dictates whether or not ...
Headwaiter/captain: often gets a cut of table server's tip; so tip your server extra to
reward captain, or tip captain ... Spa service (e.g., massage): 15% to 20%.
Do massage therapists working independently expect tips? ... While I agree that it
is appropriate to tip in a spa setting because of the amount of money the ...
Nov 15, 2013 ... For our purposes, a tip is a gift. So, when might you want to give your massage
therapist a gift? When is it appropriate to tip? Are there any ...
The second, a few days ago, was more blunt, and told me flat out that $20 was
the appropriate tip for a one-hour massage. I had been ...
Jun 2, 2011 ... I wanted to use massage envy for a while because of the low price that they
advertise. My sister purchased a gift card for me for my birthday for ...