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Kayla
If you were to go to a child’s birthday party at like a Chuck E. Cheese type place would you expect the host to pay for everyone’s food and game cards?
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llcoolkay

@blueismycolor, @oggirl.mom, okay I wasn’t sure. I went to a party last night and they didn’t provide anything so I wasn’t sure if I were to have too if I ever did that

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gris0723

I have hosted a few parties at Chuck E. Cheese and water parks. I pay for the kids and parents that get invited. If they RSVP I get each kid a game card with $10 in credits and their goodie bag. The goodie bags I give out usually have a personalized item (reusable cups, towels, tshirt etc). If people who didn’t RSVP show up, I will pay for their food but they pay for their kids game cards and they get the downgraded goodie bag (bag with candies). People in both families learned the hard way. Our families were not use to RSVP but after the second party they figured out their kids were miss out. Now every time I send out invites, people RSVP within 2-3 days of receiving the invitation😂

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2sweetie

There are places like that open right now? I thought all entertainment centers were still closed

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llcoolkay

No pretty much everything around me is open. Just with restrictions

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queenbee320

I did that 2x, I paid for everyone who said they'd go, everyone else who just showed up were in their own.

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jennatess

Absolutely. For the kids invited/ rsvp’d. Not parents. But within reason. Food, drinks, treats 100%. But then I’d expect like play limit of a few games, and then I’d cover the rest for my child.
And if i was hosting, I’d do the same. Cover as much as possible, but definitely all the food & drinks.

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jennatess

But if a kid shows who didn’t RSVP? Sorry bud. Your mama should have called and rsvp’d. That’s common courtesy & proper etiquette.

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llcoolkay

@jennatess, yeah that’s what I think we’re going to do

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luna_bear

Yes. I actually had my sons birthday there years and years ago. I paid for pizza, drinks, cake and play cards.

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dontspankme

Yes I would, at least the food should be paid for. Did everyone have to pay for a slice of cake too 😂 jp

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llcoolkay

Lol right?? I was thinking I would pay for everyone’s food and they can pay for play cards

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the.mother.goose.

Only a certain amount like one piece of pizza each lmao 😆 if you wanna buffet then go somewhere eles haha or pay yourself

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llcoolkay

Lmao that’s what I’m saying.

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llcoolkay

@blueismycolor, @oggirl.mom, okay I wasn’t sure. I went to a party last night and they didn’t provide anything so I wasn’t sure if I were to have too if I ever did that

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llcoolkay

@blueismycolor, yeah that’s true. The place we went too was a buffet type thing and we had to pay for everything

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llcoolkay

@oggirl.mom, ahhh yeah that makes sense. Places like that are hella expensive too

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llcoolkay

@oggirl.mom, yeah it was really fun. My daughter loved it

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blueismycolor

Every time we’ve ever gone to a party somewhere like that, they provide pizza and a game card. I would think that it’s expected.

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blueismycolor

But to edit my reply, like Ogg said, anyone extra shouldn’t expect the host to pay for theirs.

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