Tipping habits of U.S. travelers when receiving unneeded assistance as of Arpil 2014

This statistic shows the tipping habits of United States travelers when receiving unneeded assistance from hotel bellmen as of April 2014. During the survey, 18.8 percent of respondents stated that they would not tip a bellman who helped them if they did not ask for assistance.

Tipping habits of United States travelers when receiving unneeded assistance as of April 2014*

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Sources

Release date

May 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

April 6 to 28, 2014

Number of respondents

2,719 respondents

Supplementary notes

* The survey posed the question "If a bellman at a hotel/resort grabbed your luggage and started taking it to your car/cab or room without you asking for assistance, would you still tip the bellman?"
The type of survey was not provided by the source.

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