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Study: As cashless checkouts increase, so does tipping

A new study found many Americans feel more pressure to tip when prompted on a cashless checkout screen at local shops and restaurants.

News 12 Staff

Oct 28, 2022, 10:28 AM

Updated 602 days ago

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A new study found many Americans feel more pressure to tip when prompted on a cashless checkout screen at local shops and restaurants. 
Fifty-four percent say they feel added pressure to leave a tip digitally, and 51% admit they left a tip when they normally would not because the screen asked them if they would like to tip their server.
Servers at restaurants are taking home the most tips followed by delivery workers, hair stylists, barbers and rideshare drivers. 
Home services and repair workers bring in the least tips.  


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