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Old February 3rd, 2005, 01:04 PM
Laurie M Laurie M is offline
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Default Re: Re: tipping in a junior suite

Sis...

I think you can do either....put them on your seapass or hand out the envelopes at the end. I don't want to give you wrong information, so I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong. :-) However, if I remember correctly, on the AOS last July, we had to inform them a day or two ahead of time if we wanted to add them to our seapass. We chose to hand out the envelopes at the end.

We are going on a cruise in 2 weeks and we prepaid our gratuities this time because we are travelling with a group and we wanted "round robin" dining. (thats where you can sit at different tables, within your group, each night if you choose to). We are being charged $3.50 per person, per day for the Junior Suite. I would imagine a Grand Suite is charged the higher rate of $5.75 (you get more perks with a grand suite than you do with a junior suite.)

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