Pregnant Waitress Got A $900 Tip Just In Time For Christmas.

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Having a baby is expensive. There are so many things to get ready before the newborn arrives like; diapers, onesies, car seat, blankets, small towels, wipes, and the list goes on. Expectant parents find a lot of joy shopping for tiny socks and outfits for the baby.

Still, as much as you want to prepare for every possible thing the baby will need, you can only stretch your pay cheque up to a point. Sarah Clark is a server and bartender at the Pita Jungle restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. She is on the last weeks of her pregnancy but that has not stopped her from working.

She is trying to make as much money as possible before her January 8, 2017 due date. Her fiancee is about to have knee surgery which will not allow him to work right away. Hence, every dollar spent will go a long way.


"Me being on maternity leave and him being out of work, it’s just … we’re not going to be making any income," says Clark.

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She was sharing her story with one of the patrons, a woman who like Clark is also pregnant.

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The woman's meal came out to $61.30. On average good tipping is 15 to 20 per cent which means Clark may have been expecting anywhere from $9 to $12 on gratuity.

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Instead, she was given a $900 tip. "I couldn’t believe what I was looking at, at first because it was such a high amount — $900 is a lot of money," admits Clark. "And it took a while for it to set in, and once it did, I cried for a little while."

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The money she says will pay with the rent and bills. "It’s always wonderful when somebody can do something so generous, or something to really help somebody else’s situation out. I plan to pay it forward as much as i can too. Definitely," says the mom-to-be.

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