What restaurant does not allow this? (As the restaurant board, that is the focus of all posts here)Just a thought/suggestion for those who wish to limit cash: while it is easy to use a credit or gift card for restaurant tipping, gift cards won't work in every situation where you might wish to tip an employee.
I always seem to slightly underestimate this aspect of a vacation.
Hopefully my edit clarified, without breaking any rules.What restaurant does not allow this? (As the restaurant board, that is the focus of all posts here)
I was wondering if on the DDP if you still got a "bill" that showed how much your bill would have been so this is good to know. This is our first time on the plan so I would like to keep up with what we would have paid for the same meals, etc.If you want to charge on your magic band, the resort will place a $100 hold on your file (credit card). And each time you reach or use $100, another $100 hold. While holds are not charges, it does take up to several days for your credit card to remove hold. Thus, less amount on your available credit.
When you are done eating, whether on dining plan or not, you will receive a receipt. The receipt will have dollar amount (If on dining plan, cost of what meal would have been) showing credit used. There is a line for tips, simply fill in the amount you would like to leave, place it with the gift card into "folder". Sit back and wait, receipt along with gift card will be brought back to you. You will then receive a gift card receipt showing your transaction, with remaining balance.
I've always believed that.The server would probably prefer the cash!
Yes, I was going to suggest that very thing. It assures you that the server isn't going to write in a tip after you're gone.Servers do appreciate the cash. Just so you know, if you go with cash take the time and on the receipt draw a line in the "tip" line or write the word "cash". This is a tip an honest server suggested to me!!
On our next trip we'll be a group of five adults + a one-year old. Will they add an automatic gratuity to our bill?(At WDW, if you have a party of 6 or more, an 18% gratuity is automatically added to your bill.)