Use DipJar to leave a small tip with your debit or credit card

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
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A new service called DipJar allows customers to tip baristas at coffee shops using their credit or debit cards. The hardware is currently being tested in a select number of New York City coffee shops and if successful, could expand...

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Pointless, most people who give tips give the change they get back from a purchase, meaning anything thats a coin, not bills. and they do it simply b/c they dont want to carry around annoying change in their pockets.
 
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ramonsterns

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Yes, because I'm going to thrust some random card reading instrument to leave a pittance to some poor shmuck that served my coffee.

Tipping in general needs to go and the employee paid properly.
 
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EEatGDL

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Tipping in general needs to go and the employee paid properly.
Sad, but true. The idea of tipping a waiter has more sense because he's taking care of you trying to do his best; but for a guy who's just dispatching a product no matter the way he does it... not that good, and less if it's fixed.
 
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As if coffee isn't already insanely expensive for crappy quality, now they're finding easier ways for you to tip the guy making your crappy coffee.
 
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WaveZero

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Sounds like the owners will be able to screw over there employees even more now. Welcome to minimum wage v2! hahahaha =/