Not everybody partakes in spa-going, so first-timers are often left confused on how much is a good tip. Unlike at restaurants where we have all grown up and had adults to tell us how much is enough, lots of people are conflicted on how much to tip a massage therapist.
Stressing about how much you’re going to tip your masseuse can keep you from relaxing and enjoying your spa experience. But you’re paying for their time and want to get the most out of it, not be left nervous for the end because you don’t know how to properly tip them.
So to help you out and keep you from worrying, we have the answers. Most people who go get massages tip twenty percent of the fee. Even if you pay for multiple services you should still tip on the initial cost. Adding to this, masseuses are glad to be tipped twenty percent but prefer it in cash. If you tip with your card they won’t get that money until they get paid their weekly paycheck, as opposed to them being able to take cash home.
Of course depending on yourself and how well you think they did you can always tip more or less. You should also take into account the service they provided. Pretty much anytime you need to tip and don’t know how much, go with twenty percent.
About the Spa: At Koffee Day Spa, we wish for our clients to be well-informed before enjoying any of our services. We hope your experience will be better once you know what to expect, have more realistic ideals and goals, as well as understand what we are focused on doing for you. If there are any other questions or concerns you may be having, please contact us at (214) 428-9696 I email@example.com I www.koffeedayspa.com I 1118 S. Akard St, Dallas, TX 75215
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