Thanks to our free online Tip Calculator you can easily calculate the tip. Enter the amount and how satisfied you are with the service and we will calculate the final amount.
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Some useful information regarding the TIP Calculator
- How much tip do you give? It depends on.Tips and their amount are a matter of social custom and etiquette, and the custom varies between countries and settings.
- What is the origin of the word “tip”? It originated as a slang term and its etymology is unclear. According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the meaning “give a small present of money” began around 1600, and the meaning “give a gratuity to” is first attested in 1706.
- Where is the highest / lowest the tip? The highest tip used in the United States of America where the 15–20%, expected. The lowest is for example in Poland, where there is no tipping / gratuity.
Tipping in the United States
- Taxis — 10–20%
- Shuttle bus drivers — $2–5
- Private car & limousine drivers — 15–20%
- Parking valet — $1–3 for retrieving your car
- Tour guides/activity guides — Between $5 and $10 depending on the size of the group (tips are lower in large groups), the cost of the tour, how funny/informative the guide was.
- Full-service restaurants — 15–20%; tip higher (~20%) in higher-cost cities like New York and San Francisco. Many restaurants include a mandatory service charge for larger groups, in which case you do not need to tip an additional amount – check the bill.
- Food delivery (pizza, etc.) — $2–5, 15–20% for larger orders
- Bartenders — $1 per drink if inexpensive or 15–20% of total
- Housekeeping in hotels — $1–2 per day for long stays or $5 minimum for very short stays
- Porter, skycap, bellhop, hotel doorman — $1–2 per bag if they assist ($3–5 minimum), $1 for hailing a taxi or calling a cab
- Hairdressers, masseuses, other personal services — 10–15%
- Bicycle messengers — $3–5