Posted on Mon 04/23/12 at 1:04 PM by Jenny
If the delivery fee is less than $1 per mile, the driver is relying on tips - especially with today's gas prices. A tip of at least $1/mile is tremendously appreciated. If your order is large (requiring multiple treks to and from the delivery van) or last-minute (requiring a scramble to fit you in), consider tipping as high as 10% or 15% of the food cost. You'll get the best service this way. Note that ezCater makes this easier by automatically showing you the distance a caterer has to travel to your location.
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