broke-ass etiquette

04 Jan 2011

Broke-Ass Etiquette: Birthday Dinners

Got a question about how to be a polite Broke-Ass? Email Half-Price Headliner with your queries and get schooled on how to be proper-like. Q: Dear Half-Price Headliner, I have a few birthday dinner invites in the next month and I’m not sure I can afford to go to all

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21 Dec 2010

Broke-Ass Etiquette: Travel Tipping

Got a question about how to be a polite Broke-Ass? Email Half-Price Headliner with your queries and get schooled on how to be proper-like. Q: Dear Half-Price Headliner, I’m traveling for the holidays and never know what to tip for things like checking bags at the curb, airport shuttles, hotel

Alison Lambert - Half Price Headliner 2
17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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07 Dec 2010

Broke-Ass Etiquette: Wedding Gifts

Q: Dear Half-Price Headliner, So, I’m friends with a couple getting married, and I’m invited to both the wedding and the bachelor party. Both entail flying out to California. Also, the bachelor party will cost me a fair bit of money. So, what is the etiquette on wedding gifts? I

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23 Nov 2010

Broke-Ass Etiquette: Gift Exchange

Q: Dear Half-Price Headliner, If someone unexpectedly gives me a holiday gift, am I obligated to return the favor? A: Short answer: no. Longer answer: that’s sort of up to you.  If you’re the type that will stay awake at night crushed by the guilt of a one-sided gift exchange,

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09 Nov 2010

Broke-Ass Etiquette: Holiday Parties

Q: Dear Half-Price Headliner, Is it rude to show up at a holiday party empty handed?  If so, how can I bring something and not go broke doing so? A: It depends on the party.  If the gathering is casual and impromptu, then BYOB is the general rule, and you

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