service fee

NOUN
  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 fee In A Sentence

  • By dipping into its reserves, and raising taxes and municipal service fees, the city has found $15 million, but must borrow another $4 million.
  • Our price includes: Property Management, Heating, Satellite TV, Broadband Housekeeping Service Fee is Additional.
  • The band claimed Ticketmaster was charging excessive service fees and refused to reduce its fees for Pearl Jam concerts.
  • Prices include port charges, service fees and on-board gratuities. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our price includes: Property Management, Satellite TV, Broadband Housekeeping Service Fee is Additional.
  • To their dismay, the unions may find that many non-union workers will refuse to pay the service fee or join the union.
  • The consultant had a conversation with her client about the service fee.
  • If any watercraft owner, master, operator or managing agent fails to pay moorage or other service fees, a boat may be presumed to be abandoned, and may also be impounded by the Port.
  • Consequently, service fees get bargained down in contract negotiations.
  • As a result, in numerous instances, subscribers who requested cancellation continued to be charged monthly service fees.
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