What do you all do in these scenarios:
Water to go. Do you charge for the cup? Wonder if you are in a park by a wave pool and 15 kids come in and want water, that’s it, to go?
We have free refills…the parents want a kids cup to share with Jr…charge for the cup?
Customer orders, pays, then asks for _____ another kids cup, more dressing, ranch for their fries, etc… Do you say that’s 30 cents, or 80 cents?
I want to charge for it as it doesn’t get dumped on my door stop for free. If I giveaway $10 worth of product a day, that’s over $3000 a year I’m eating. Husband thinks we shouldn’t nickel and dime the customer. He thinks it’s bad business. I want to keep our business by getting money for stuff we pay for.
What’s happening is people are catching on they can get stuff for free if they ask after they are rung up for something. Husband thinks we look like cheapskates asking for 30 cents or 80 cents. He told me some guy said he wasn’t coming back because I charged him for the extra dressing he wanted.
Your thoughts are welcomed!