WELCOME TO A CASHLESS SOCIETY.

Do you have change for a $20?

Have you ever wanted to leave a tip and feedback, but didn't have the cash, right amount, or time to get change? While many believe that cash will always be king, the reality is that most of us are carrying less and less cash.   When you're traveling in a cashless and eco-conscious society, it makes sense to pack light. 

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TIPGENIE IS BETTER THAN CASH.

Whether you're traveling for business or on vacation, no one wants to be weighed down by paper. Now you can use your mobile phone to send a digital gratuity and real-time feedback ~ at your convenience, as you wish ~ directly to the employee

HELP US FREE TIPGENIE!

TipGenie isn't only a product. It's a movement to show our appreciation for the service industry, to replace diminishing opportunities for tips, and help turn a minimum wage into a living wage!  We need your help.  If you're a mobile user, recommend a business and if they sign on, we'll send you a free TipGenie #PoweredByAppreciation t-shirt.  You'll be entered into our free drawing for a free night at one of our pilot hotels in San Francisco. If you're a service-oriented business, contact us. We'll send you a free code to get you started and put your on our wall recognizing you as a business that values your employees and is powered by appreciation.

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SCAN THIS QR CODE AFTER DOWNLOADING THE APP

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Bars.  There are approximately 50,000 bars and 600,000 bartenders in the US. 

Bars.  There are approximately 50,000 bars and 600,000 bartenders in the US. 

Cafes.  There are estimated 50,000 cafes (and tip jars) in the US.

Cafes.  There are estimated 50,000 cafes (and tip jars) in the US.

Catering,  There are approximately 200,000 employees who work in catering and mobile food delivery services. 

Catering,  There are approximately 200,000 employees who work in catering and mobile food delivery services. 

Travel.  Millennials set aside an estimated $226 billion for travel during 2015, preferring experience and activities over material items and twice as likely to use mobile payments.

Travel.  Millennials set aside an estimated $226 billion for travel during 2015, preferring experience and activities over material items and twice as likely to use mobile payments.