Last year's holiday tipping poll results were eye opening: Nearly 1,000 of you--55% of our 1,776 poll-takers--said you planned to tip the staff no more than $500 total.  Thirty percent planned to tip between $500 and $1,000, and just 15% said you would be shelling out more than $1,000.  

But the poll didn't account for two potentially important differentiators: Whether you own or rent, and whether you live in a doorman or a non-doorman building. 

Our 2011 two-click Holiday Tipping Poll attempts to tease out those distinctions. Take it now to see how your gratuities stack up.

 

2011 Holiday Tipping Coverage:

BrickUnderground's 2011 Holiday Tipping Guide

Holiday tips expected to be flat or down this year

BrickUnderground's Holiday Tipping Poll

See all 2011 Holiday Tipping Posts >>



2010 Holiday Tipping Coverage:

BrickUnderground's 2010 Holiday Tipping Guide

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A Doorman Speaks: 7 tipping rules for doormen & residents

What happens to bad tippers

Find out how much your neighbors are tipping this year

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Tipping staff you rarely see

 

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