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People We Forget To Tip, But Really Should

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Do you tip the furniture delivery guy? How much? How about a tour guide?

If you're like most people, you're probably running out on tipping without even realizing it.

We all know the usual professions we tip, like waiters and hair stylists.

But what about the people you should be tipping? Here are a few and the suggested amounts, according to MarketWatch.com:

Hair stylist assistant

- Person who washes, blow dries hair – $5

Dj or band

- $5 to request one song from DJ

- $10 for song list for DJ

- $10 to request one song for band

- $20 for song list for band

Shuttle driver

- Complimentary shuttle from airport to hotel – tip driver $1-$2 per bag

Hotel cleaning staff

- People usually tip at end of their stay, but different people clean your room each day

- Leave $1-$2 per day, for each person staying in your room

Gym staff

- Person getting water and towels, or shows you how to use machines

- Don't have to tip every time, about once a month

- put cash in a "thank you" note.

- $10-$25, depending on how much they do.

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