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Select Great Clips Salon Locations [Store Locator] is offering their Great Clips Haircut Coupon for $8.99 w/ this Printable Coupon.

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  • Great Clips is a hair salon franchise with over 4,100 locations across the United States and Canada. No appointment is needed, walk in or check in online is available.
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Get a haircut for $8.99 at participating US area Great Clips salons.
Valid at the following participating area Great Clips salons; Bay & Walton County, Billings, Gillette & Sheridan, Bowling Green & Glasgow, Cincinnati, Clarksburg, Cleveland, Akron, Canton & Sandusky, Columbus, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Dayton, Erie, Flint, Bay City, Mt. Plsnt, Saginaw, Gainesville, Greater Rogers-Fayetteville, Greater Triangle, Houston, Joplin, Carthage, Neosho & Webb City, Las Vegas, Lima, Lincoln/Grand Island, Nashville, New Mexico, North Alabama, Northeast and Central PA, Odessa-Midland, Orlando, Palm Springs, Parkersburg, Phoenix, Piedmont Triad, Portland, Roanoke, San Antonio, Shreveport & Marshall, Sioux City & Norfolk, Tampa, Bradenton, Lakeland, Sarasota & St. Petersburg, Toledo, Tri-Cities, TN/VA, Tucson, Washington D.C., Wausau, Wheeling, Wichita Falls & Lawton area salons.

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Last Edited by supersandra July 31, 2021 at 09:22 AM
Found a couple other Great Clips coupons for other areas, in case they are of interest:

Get a great haircut for $9.99 at participating Detroit area Great Clips salons. To redeem the offer now, click "Redeem Now" and present this offer on your phone at the time of payment. https://greatclips.sfly.us/pSFOvpe

Get $2 off a great haircut at Blackhawk/Danville, Fremont, Dublin, Capitola, Santa Cruz, Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, Lawrence & Monroe in Santa Clara and Brokaw Commons in San Jose; Great Clips salons.
https://greatclips.sfly.us/7hsuzWx
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vegaspartier asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 11:10 AM
07-29-2021 at 11:10 AM
The TN/VA border area, it’s one MSA/CSA around Johnson City, I believe.

Hehehehehe, Johnson.
07-29-2021 at 03:36 PM
Johnson City, Kingsport, and Bristol TN are all near the VA state line. Bristol is even divided down the middle by the aptly named State Street, which has TN on one side and VA on the other.
JustinG1934 asked this question on 07-29-2021 at 11:09 AM
07-29-2021 at 11:09 AM
i clicked on redeem button and it said 8/12/21
07-30-2021 at 01:14 AM
Depends on when you print the coupon. It gives you 2 weeks from that point to use it.
sixty asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 10:44 AM
07-30-2021 at 02:20 PM
To redeem the offer now, click “Redeem Now” and present this offer on your phone at the time of payment.
Says that right in the offer.

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Note that the expiration date is 2 weeks from when you click on the link to activate your coupon.
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I gave a 5 tip and she massaged my head with gel. The guy next to me gave a 10 tip and he got a massage with oil.
With a $100 tip you might get a happy ending.
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For a guy? $5, with or without the coupon.
sounds about right
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"Delta" is the difference between to values, in this case, what you paid versus it's value.

Let's start over because with each reply we are further away from the original point.

The original thread was for a coupon. A reply was made remember to tip based on value.

A comment was made, and I'm paraphrasing, ...that it shouldn't be the customers responsibility to pay an employee when they should be getting fair wage... (which I agree with), however it eluded to giving a lesser tip. I say it because why otherwise would that statement be made.

My reply was based on that comment. It is a totally different debate, which by the way I agree with, but has no bearing on "you should be providing a tip based on original value of service".
I think the person you replied to does not agree with tips at all. That does not mean that they do not give tips. It just means they think employers should pay employees fairly instead of them needing tips to get by.

You wrote "why otherwise would that statement be made." They made it in this thread because tips are being discussed. Now you can say that it isn't the place to discuss that if you feel that way.

In your last line, are you saying that you agree with the person you originally responded to or me?
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They should tip generously in the first place! This is your HAIR we're talking about here. No one wants to see you walking around like your mom had too much wine before she cut your hair before your first day at 1st grade!

Great Clips is dirt cheap compared to a regular salon. The coupon saves me money so I enjoy that savings.



At least 50% before coupon, around $10.
I normally do $20 with my current person because she does a great job EVERY time, plus she goes above and beyond without asking (i.e. shampoos and blows it out, uses products in my hair, rather than just a cut)
I won't go to anyone else.

​To build a good relationship with someone in the service industry, tip them! Ask for them every time. If they go elsewhere, follow them (although Great Clips now makes this impossible but it used to be a thing when people would branch out on their own)
Is 50% really common practice? I always thought it was a similar % to what you give waiters. Or do you also give the wait staff a 50% tip when you eat out?
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Are you an "employer" who doesn't pay their "employees"?
You're deflecting. This indicates you are not a truth seaker. I'm currently an employee but was an employer so have both perspectives. I ran a successful business with a dozen employees who made more working for me than they could elsewhere. When I decided to change careers one of my employees took over the business and is still running it today. I'm very happy and well suited to my current job. There are no perfect employers or employees but when you try to over regulate you end up putting people out if work.
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Quote from Starcubt :
I gave a 5 tip and she massaged my head with gel. The guy next to me gave a 10 tip and he got a massage with oil.
I gave a $20 tip and she gave me a lap dance, so there!
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Used yesterday and gave the savings as tip for the stylist on top of my usual tip to her.
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You're deflecting. This indicates you are not a truth seaker. I'm currently an employee but was an employer so have both perspectives. I ran a successful business with a dozen employees who made more working for me than they could elsewhere. When I decided to change careers one of my employees took over the business and is still running it today. I'm very happy and well suited to my current job. There are no perfect employers or employees but when you try to over regulate you end up putting people out if work.
Deflecting? Your arguments are full of logical fallacies and *I'm* deflecting?

You being a past employer does not make your stance the correct one, nor does my being an employee make mine incorrect.

Now, if you want to give everyone here examples and details as to what your "business" was, how much you paid your "employees", why you didn't pay them a fair wage, and how requiring them to rely on customers to pay them through tips instead of you the "employer" paying them was a sustainable practice and fair to them, then go for it.

The original point you made was that abolishing tips would abolish businesses. It was pointed out that any business that relies on free or grossly underpaid labor is not a good business. As soon as that was pointed out, you immediately jumped to the 'appeal to authority' argument.
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My location wasn't on the list. I had the stylist scan the barcode on my phone before he started and he said it was good to go.
I'm in Central NJ; (also not on that list).
Tried on 7/31 and they received a message on their system saying:
"One-time Use code error"...., then "Not valid at this location" or something like that.

Don't know what 'barcode' you're speaking of...when I clicked on the link via my iPhone,
it just gives you a six-digit code;;
How are you getting a barcode??? Huh
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I'm in Central NJ; (also not on that list).
Tried on 7/31 and they received a message on their system saying:
"One-time Use code error"...., then "Not valid at this location" or something like that.

Don't know what 'barcode' you're speaking of...when I clicked on the link via my iPhone,
it just gives you a six-digit code;;
How are you getting a barcode??? Huh
Sorry, it was a alpha numeric code.
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i just so happened to visiting vegas over the weekend and they had no problem but only let me use one and not for 2.
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On the contrary, make the deal sweeter by not tipping !Peace

Quote from BillyJackAz :
Just wanted to share an encouraging thought. If any of y'all are able to use this coupon and you do get a significant discount, compared to what you normally pay for a haircut, you should use that as an opportunity to tip a little more generously. 🤠
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If they were, don't you think that food, drink, haircut, etc prices would increase to offset those costs?
Yes, and the service would suck too
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i still don't understand why in US people tip and need to tip even if the job done is not satisfactory , in rest of the countries their employers pay them, tipping is something if you are doing additional work what you are not agreed,
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