service charge

  1. a percentage of a bill (as at a hotel or restaurant) added in payment for service
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How To Use service charge In A Sentence

  • A service charge of 15% was added on to the bill.
  • Banks, thrifts, and credit unions collected a record $37.8 billion in service charges last year.
  • I checked the website and in small print on one page, a service charge of 19.99 was mentioned. Times, Sunday Times
  • She urged people not to feel pressured into tipping and to check bills for a service charge. The Sun
  • When I complained about how long we'd had to wait for our food, the bill was whisked away and smilingly returned without the service charge.
  • That will be $50, plus a service charge of $2.50.
  • You will get a complimentary bottle of California wine and your service charge is waived in the Traveler.
  • Many restaurants make it clear that the service charge is voluntary. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is no general legal obligation for annual service charge accounts to be prepared or audited by an accountant. Times, Sunday Times
  • Is the total exclusive of service charges?
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