I mean for a delivery service charge for your favorite fast food that does not deliver. Whats a nominal fee that you would pay?
$1-$10 More exsctly to s delivery service that will deliver your faforite fast food that dont deliver themselves lile burger king or dunking donuts etc.
I wont order if I have to pay delivery. I would rather just give the delivery person a nice tip
Question: How much would you pat for fast food delivery?
Answer: The amount I pat for it depends on what breed of dog it is. If its a Newfoundland then I will pat it a lot!
its obvious pay was the word here - I wouldn't - I never have pizza delivered - but other people do and they give tips to the delivery boy if they are nice -pizza place usually charges like 2 bucks here - but like in NY or something most likley 20
We have pizza delivered here or there, but there's no charge - only the tip, which I don't mind. I wouldn't pay for fast food, though, because the only real reason I go to one of those places is to be able to sit with a friend and have coffee (and find something to eat sometimes). If I'm home (alone with someone) I'll make the coffee and maybe eat or not eat. This isn't what you asked, but what I'd be more than happy to pay for is someone to get groceries! (Stop and Shop does have that service, but my local store has lower prices.) If some place had some sandwich I really liked I still wouldn't want to pay more than a tip for delivery (unless maybe the delivery fee was - like - a dollar or two but no tip was involved).
One time I paid a $10 delivery fee for a sandwich, chips and diet coke because I was desperately hungry and couldn't leave the office because I had forgotten the key and I was the only one there....lol (Once I set the security system, I wouldn't have been able to get back in that night.)
I called a deli that our office frequently ordered from and when they gave me the total for a $10 order ($20 and some change) I was like "what?!?" Turns out, they had always charged that $10 delivery fee, but since 6 or 8 of us usually ordered out for lunch, it hadn't seemed that bad and we hadn't even noticed!
Other than that, I wouldn't want to pay more than $2, especially since the tip is not included with that charge.
I have to say, this really reminds me of Tamcor's hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Come-on-Tip-you … -may-think
I really enjoyed it and for those of us that are reluctant to tip, reading this just might change your ways
We get all groceries delivered AU $4 (less in USD) Pizza or other food delivery is usually about the same. We do tip the driver now although it is not mandatory or part of Australian culture to tip in Australia, as most people are paid well (comparatively.)
by dnrkrishnan25 8 years ago
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by dishyum 7 years ago
if you do tip, what percentage is it generally?
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