Ban on bill splitting doesn’t add up: diner
WHEN Gabby Dargel went out for dinner with friends on the weekend, she thought they'd be able to split the bill.
Instead, Gabby said the group of five were told they would have to pay the $125 bill on one account.
"It's a big inconvenience, especially with a big group of people," she said.
In the end, Gabby said they were allowed to split the bill evenly.
Gabby's share of the bill came to $25, and she'd only had two slices of a shared pizza.
But she said she would have preferred to just be able to pay for her meal and drink.
She said it was hard for a group to pay on one account when most people use cards more than cash.
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