We had a large group, so when we got our individual bills, the tip was already added in after the subtotal. Nothing wrong with that so far.
Then underneath that was "suggested tip" of 15% and 18%.
Okay, here is our totals:
1 entree 19.95
1 wine 5.50
"Gratuity example: 15% $4.77
Gratuity example: 20% $6.37"
Looking at the example, it would appear that the tip they added to the bill was less
than 15%, so many people in our group added money to the tip to bring it up to 18%.
Only problem with that is that 15% of the bill is ACTUALLY $4.08. But this ticket tricks
you into thinking that the tip that was added was NOT 15%, when, in fact, it was 17%!!
The gratuity example for 20% should be $5.45, not 6.37. This is really dirty tactics to get people to throw in another 2 or 3 dollars, as many of the people I was with did. We realized this after the fact!!!! So if you go there, be aware of how they trick you into tipping more. When it was all said and done, a lot of people in our group figured their tip they left and it was in the range of 23 and 25 % percent!!!!!!!!!!!!! because of this math trick they use here!!!!!
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