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You say this like it's a bad thing. I get totally shit faced because the hosts want me to get my money's worth because they spent a shit ton.It's like the idiot wedding guests that get totally shit faced because it's an open bar and they want to "get their money's worth" from giving a wedding gift.
All the weddings I've been to have been flat rate per person so the hosts are telling me to go wild.Open bars are not flat rate for the host. You count your inventory going in, count your inventory returned, and charge per unit. The more you drink, the more the host pays.
I've also been to one that was on a tab, but near the end of the night the hosts were like "we haven't hit our minimum yet, so please drink more...otherwise the money is just wasted."All the weddings I've been to have been flat rate per person so the hosts are telling me to go wild.
Yea that's pretty standard at all the weddings I've been to. When 2 of my close friends got married, their wedding was flat rate per head plus a bottling/corking fee for liquor that wasn't part of the package and purchased by the bride and groom. I was told that I had to get to at least double digit drinks before they shut it down..That makes perfect sense but flat rate open bar? Damn.
flat rate open bar pretty standard in these parts. Typically charge you per person and tier it depending on quality of booze you want available.That makes perfect sense but flat rate open bar? Damn.