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Old February 12th, 2009, 03:04 PM
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You don't have a choice about tipping the bartender because the 15% tip is already added to the bill. Depending on the waiter and/or circumstance we have added to it when signing the receipt. We have never seen anyone tip the waitstaff after a meal only on the last night and a couple of times at breakfast before debarking. If you have prepaid your tips then you have nothing to worry about and no you will not look cheap.
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