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    Junior Member fionlimpp is on a distinguished road
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    Red Packet

    Wondering what is the rate for red packet these days! Every cost is going up...

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    Junior Member stranger is on a distinguished road
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    150 i'm guessing for weekend dinner

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    Moderator PerfectPixie is on a distinguished road
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    Hi fionlimpp, welcome to Perfect Weddings! Do you mean red packet for giving to wedding couples or you as wedding couple giving to your bridesmaids/groomsmen?

    i think you mean giving to wedding couples. for that the best is find the couple's hotel pricelist from here: Perfect Weddings Banquet Pricelist then divide by 10 people. you'll get the price you should pay. don't forget to add in gst and service charge!

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    Junior Member hhalosg is on a distinguished road
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    how abt wedding buffet?

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    Senior Member snowy is on a distinguished road
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    safest is to give minimum $100 for each person. nowadays the prices are min $1000 per table already. buffet should be between $80-$120 if it's just a normal catering

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    Junior Member Yasanaki is on a distinguished road
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    how about lunch at a hotel?

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    Junior Member ForumUser is on a distinguished road
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    There is a very useful guide on the forum with indication per venue - and a part that gives hints on other elements to factor into your calculation / decision!

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