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Also one more question! For brides that didn't pay AMEX or credit card for their restaurant portion but paid in cash...do you still pay the 18% taxes?!!? If you pay cash in most countries you don't pay the tax lol...... anyone know the answer to this question or ever asked Mayte or Isaac??

Also still hoping someone has answers to my previous questions! :)

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For any previous Jellyfish brides, did you pay for a portion of your bill at Jellyfish in cash? Is there any other way to do it (like travelers check)? I am so worried about carrying so much cash while traveling...

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Thank you for sending it!

 

@@Mrsoats - I spent 2 hours reading through this thread! Quoting from someone like 50 pages ago - The tax is only charged on the food and drink and whether you pay by AMEX or cash the tax must be paid. It is the law for all DR restaurants. All the vendor fees, restaurant rental, decor, etc do not have tax on them.
 

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Hmm Mayte has just sent me pricing info in new, different looking brochures labelled 2014, and some of the prices are higher than the previous sheet I got from someone here. The decoration fee for under 50 people is 1750 for example, and there's a new "wedding planner fee" of 350 or 500. Does anyone know anything about this - is this meant more for 2015? I'm booking for December 2014

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Hmm Mayte has just sent me pricing info in new, different looking brochures labelled 2014, and some of the prices are higher than the previous sheet I got from someone here. The decoration fee for under 50 people is 1750 for example, and there's a new "wedding planner fee" of 350 or 500. Does anyone know anything about this - is this meant more for 2015? I'm booking for December 2014

Can you send that to me Shamicaglover@yahoo.com

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