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06-05-2011 11:18 PM #1
Market rate for ang bao if didn't go to wedding lunch / dinner for hotels
What is the market rate for ang bao if didn't go to wedding lunch / dinner for hotels
07-05-2011 03:07 AM #2
i norm put half the market rate of what i will give if i actually attend. If i did not even agree to go, i wun give at all.it also depend how close the person to you .
07-05-2011 11:31 AM #3
godbirdie if the person send you a verbal invite without an invitation card, do you still give if you dont attend?
14-05-2011 01:39 AM #4
pinky,i will give only if i agree to the person verbally to go but later cant go. otherwise, i wun give if i directly inform i not attending. how abt u?
14-05-2011 07:29 PM #5
So, how about market rate for angpow if attending dinner at hotel.
16-05-2011 10:14 AM #6
The last time i attended my friend's wedding at Pan Pacific, I gave $100. Think this should be the market rate for most hotels. You can also visit the hotel website to check the cost of banquet and including GST and other costs such as cockage, you can roughly work out the amount to give, to cover costs.
For myself, I normally give $100 to $200, depending on the location and reputation of hotels. The classier the hotel, the more i give.
20-05-2011 04:17 PM #7
I think I would still give the person an Ang bao containing the market rate as this person has reserved the seats for you..
Think the wedding banquets nowadays ain't cheap.. Most hotels in town cost about $120 or above..
25-05-2011 10:21 PM #8
Agree with Drusilla
Hotel banquet are easily above 1.2k excluding gst, svc chrg and not inclusive of other costs like corkage and additional wines, beers, ballroom decor.
I'll still give mkt rate even if not going
Ang bao is not just to cover banquet cost, but also to bless the newly wed on their new journey ahead. They will have need money to buy house and start a family.
29-05-2011 11:36 AM #9
I will give the market rate.
29-05-2011 01:26 PM #10
Think nowadays, it may just be good to actually get a hint from the bride n groom on the likely per table price of the venue. That way, we know the right minimum amount we can contribute to help them even out the wedding dinner cost. Thats what I call the "right rate". Definition of market is different for every one.
30-05-2011 10:39 AM #11
A hint is good. But a more subtle approach would be to ring up the establishment to check.
02-06-2011 04:23 PM #12
Depends on whether you have agreed to attend or not.
03-06-2011 11:49 PM #13
That would depend on the friendship you have with the person..
04-06-2011 01:30 PM #14
yah....hongbao money usually depend alot of friendship price
05-06-2011 06:29 PM #15
even if not going, should give market rate...
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