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Sid_Vicious
06-09-2003, 09:44 AM
I'm considering that an opportunity may very well come along where I'd need to know what to charge for an establishments wall sticks. I'm sure that doing 80 will be less per cue than doing 8, but I could be wrong.

Has anybody bartered and gotten what they feel is a worthy payment, doing house cues? How much is too much when asked "What do you charge?" sid

pooldaddy9
06-09-2003, 10:14 AM
Most house cues I charge 5.00.(soft tip) Most of them do not re-tip their cues.They put those darn push on tips on them or the people they rent the tables from will replace when needed. No where around here own their tables and equipment but I would charge the same for one as I would for ten. Unless they are bringing a lot of sticks all the time.

pooltchr
06-10-2003, 05:41 AM
I usually charge $4 or $5 for house cues depending on how many they need done. It's hard to get more than that since most rooms are only paying about 15 or 20 dollars for one piece cues. Soft tips (Elk Master) is usually my choice for house cues.