Tipping properly

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  • #18242

    TheCatTribe
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    I plan to visit the enticing courtesans of Sheri’s soon and I am sure I will have a mind-blowing time. I therefore plan to tip the courtesan with whom I party and any other staff who make my visit more pleasurable. Does anyone have advice on how much is a reasonable but generous tip for the courtesan? For example, what percentage of the party cost is considered a good tip? What about other Sheri’s staff? Any advice/guidelines on tipping them?

    Your help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    @TheCatTribe // Thank you forever @CassieBo & @Allissa

    #18244

    Flint
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    I never though to tip the staff except for the limo driver. I have forgotten where i read about tips, but check out some of the stickies guides.

    #18246

    TheCatTribe
    Participant

    I’ll double-check the sticky guides, Flint. Thanks for the response. Any advice on tipping the courtesans (as opposed to staff)?

    @TheCatTribe // Thank you forever @CassieBo & @Allissa

    #18249

    Angel Parr
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    Tips are always appreciated, but there is no standard percentage. We will all be very happy with any tip that you give us, don’t fret too much about the amount, tip us whatever you think we deserve and you can afford to tip comfortably. The staff doesn’t get tipped too often, past the drivers and the bartender, so they really appreciate ANY tip you give them. What it comes down to is, its your money, tip as you see appropriate, and we will be grateful. Just keep in mind that we’re all highly allergic to $1’s! 😉

    #18253

    Flint
    Participant

    you would be allergic to 100 $1s?

    #18276

    Angel Parr
    Participant

    Lol I wouldn’t however my shift manager is going to be allergic to having to count out my petty cash every shift lol!

    #18282

    Azru007
    Participant

    What are accepted formats of tips to the ladies? I was thinking of tipping with an Amazon Gift Card and then after I return from my visit to send a card with another gift card.

    By the way when sending cards, gifts, flowers, I can send to Sheri’s Ranch with the lady’s name and it will be delivered is that right?

    #18286

    Flint
    Participant

    Some ladies have a link to gifts they would enjoy.

    #18297

    Angel Parr
    Participant

    Yes, we do accept gift cards, as well as flowers and gifts off our wish lists, and yes just and it to Sheris under her stage name and she will receive it.

    #18307

    TheCatTribe
    Participant

    Thank you, lovely Angel, for your answer to my question. I’ll just try to be generous within what I can afford.

    @TheCatTribe // Thank you forever @CassieBo & @Allissa

    #18309

    TheCatTribe
    Participant

    Another question occurred to me, do the courtesans have to split tips with the house? If one were to take the limo, does the driver get a cut of tips?

    @TheCatTribe // Thank you forever @CassieBo & @Allissa

    #18310

    Anonymous

    The Limo ride is free and the Limo company derives their income through receiving 30% of the client’s party cost. This may seem like a substantial amount of money for Limo service, but a few Limo clients may not party so the Limousine company loses money on those dry runs. However, Limo drivers are salaried personnel, so it’s a nice gesture to offer your driver a tip for exemplary service. If you arrive by Limo it may be appropriate to tip both the Limo driver and your Courtesan too, because your Courtesan’s normal 50% portion of the party fee is reduced by 15% when a Limo is involved. Tips don’t usually exceed $100 for a Limo driver or Courtesan.

    A Courtesan is required to split cash tips of usually $100 or more with the house; however, the Limo does not receive a portion of Courtesans’ tips. Also, extravagant gifts must be split with the house too. Furthermore, gifts and gift certificates of $100 or less are not normally subject to this split requirement.

    #18311

    TheCatTribe
    Participant

    Firefighter, thank you for the comprehensive answer.

    @TheCatTribe // Thank you forever @CassieBo & @Allissa

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