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I want to become a pizza delivery driver, but I want to know how much would you usually get in tips a night?

I want to become a pizza delivery driver, but I want to know how much would you usually get in tips a night? Does the driver actually get to keep the tips made? And how much would the pizza place pay for gas? Like on a busy Saturday how much in tips do you think I would make? BTW, I'm trying to get a job at Pizza Hut and I'm from Miami, FL.

Asked By: Prodigy - 10/1/2007
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Pizza Hut generally pays between .50 and .75 per trip for delivery to help with gas expense. It may vary depending on the price of gas and where you are. I am not sure about Miami...I live in Daytona and it's .50 right now. Drivers do keep all tips for Pizza Hut. The amount of tips you get depends on how many hours... More
Answered By: Kennedysma - 10/2/2007
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get a job at starbucks - the pay is better and you still get tips
Answered By: Servant of الله - 10/1/2007
 
I would suggest a different job. It seems all across the country lately pizza delivery men have been the targets of mugging and violent crime. Without knowing how old you are, Florida has a great Conceald Weapon Licence program (CCW) so that you could legaly carry a handgun with you.
Answered By: timmy44221 - 10/1/2007
 
In SC I would get about 50.00 per night plus pay. On weekends it would go up to about 80.00 plus pay. You pay for your gas... More
Answered By: sweet sweet jane - 10/1/2007
 
hey dude ,I used to be a driver back in my days(1987)I was making 6 an hr and they paid me 1.50 for every delivery and tips ran about 20 -40 on week-ends...less on weekdays......this was in Texas I don't know about Florida's way
Answered By: bignitro11 - 10/1/2007
 
I work part time delivering and have for several years. It is an excellent source of extra money. Yes you take tips home every night and yes you should claim them weekly and pay taxes on them. Most employers require you fill out the form... More
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Answered By: Carla D - 10/1/2007
 
my x boyfriend worked at several pizza places and they did not pay for gas and he made $2.00 an hour plus tips and he said most of the time ppl did not even give him tips but i guess it all depends on what state u live in and what pizza place u work at and if they r always busy, he didnt make ne money if u live on ur... More
Answered By: the_blue_martini_69 - 10/1/2007
 
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