Is it polite to tip your dish network installer?

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They are paid for their work plus they get a paid an amount depending on what you subscribe to so it is not necessary to tip them. If they have to do extra work, as in very high or difficult to reach install, you may want to or if they do an extremely great and fast job.

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They are paid for their work plus they get a paid an amount depending on what you subscribe to so it is not necessary to tip them. If they have to do extra work, as in very high or difficult to reach install, you may want to or if they do an extremely great and fast job. Otherwise, I would not worry about it unless you are extremely generous.

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The worker who comes to your home to install your cable may work for the cable company directly, or might be an outside contractor. A tip for good service is often appreciated. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a cash tip, Gottsman said.

I tipped my Dish guy $20 for setting up 3 receivers on two floors, took him about 3 and a half hours. He did a nice cabling job outside. Cable guy on the other hand, I never tip because I despise Comcast. Either way, the cable guys have taken less than 15 minutes anyway, which in my book isn't enough for tip.

I didn't tip 4 years ago, but, I did offer to pull the cable thru under the house (crawl space) as well as in the attic (temp up there was about 180 degrees that day) -- which he gladly accepted. Plus I already had all holes predrilled. So I saved the guy from getting dirty and sweaty, plus got...

The two guys who installed my Dish were very polite and professional. One of the techs did really go the extra mile, such as programming my remotes, and when my 3 months of free HBO/Showtime wan't showing up, he called and got it started. I did give a tip of $20, plus as James suggested, some cold water...

Whether it's a new washer/dryer, dishwasher, air conditioning unit, or fridge -- if some poor dude or dudes have to lug an enormous, heavy box up some stairs and into your place, you need to tip...

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