A surcharge reminder for Easter
If you see a restaurant blaming its Easter Sunday surcharge on the day being a public holiday, don’t believe it.
If you see a restaurant blaming its Easter Sunday surcharge on the day being a public holiday, don’t believe it. The only public holidays over the long weekend are Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Eateries can ultimately charge what they like. But if they’re adding a surcharge, they need to let you know before you place your order. That’s so you have the opportunity to decide if you are willing to pay the extra cost.
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