I was reading a Jean Scott article where she said 'like it or not, we always tip -- usually $10 for a $1,000 royal and $30-$50 if it's for $8,000.' I'm curious who to tip? As far as I understand they don't hand pay till after $1200 so who gets a tip and for what reason on a 1k royal? Is it proper etiquette to tip the change attendant? I don't drink but even when the waitress brings me the usual 2 sip cherry coke I tip a single because she did me a service. The way I see it giving me my money is nothing out of the ordinary and not an occasion that requires a tip. Valets,servers,dealers of course but I didn't ask for a hand pay and view it as an inconvenience. Where do you draw the line? Am I 'that guy'?