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Friends wants me to pay towards her hotel room,aibu not too?

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lisaandpop Fri 05-Apr-19 12:35:38

Me and two friends and her 14 year old daughter are going to London on Sunday night to see a show.
My friend booked two twin rooms at £80 per room.
I thought great that's £40 each for me and my friend.
My other friend has turned around and said that's around £53.50 each.
I said it's only £40 each for me and my friend as the room is £80
She has said two rooms is £160 so that's £160 shared 3 ways.
Aibu to think this is a bit cheeky?

TildaTurnip Fri 05-Apr-19 12:37:24

Two people in each room? Each pays half the room cost and the parent pays the teenager’s share if not able to themself.

MrsMoastyToasty Fri 05-Apr-19 12:38:09

Definitely £40. The 14 year old is going to be taking up a bed so that's 4 people.

Hoplittlebunnies Fri 05-Apr-19 12:38:10

Very cheeky.

If you had booked your own rooms, you and one friend would have booked an £80 room to share and split the cost, whereas other friend would need to book a room to accommodate her and her teen daughter. Not sure why you or your first friend should sub a 14 year old!

lisaandpop Fri 05-Apr-19 12:38:14

Yeah it's me and my friend in one room
Other friend and her daughter in the other.

ScreamingValenta Fri 05-Apr-19 12:38:59

YANBU. Why on earth should you pay for her daughter's room? It should be split four ways, with the daughter counting as a fourth, meaning her mum would cover that cost.

Traveler001 Fri 05-Apr-19 12:39:18

Hahahahahahaha no.

doodlejump1980 Fri 05-Apr-19 12:39:28

Cheeky. Room cost should be divided between 4.

DonnaDarko Fri 05-Apr-19 12:39:41

She's doing it based on the number of households not the number of people.

I would do it by the number of people, so that's 40 per person and she has to pay for her daughter

YouCantBeSadHoldingACupcake Fri 05-Apr-19 12:39:47

Very cheeky!! Why should you pay for someone else's teenager

Hollowvictory Fri 05-Apr-19 12:39:51

No you and your friend split the cost of your room.

ScreamingValenta Fri 05-Apr-19 12:40:16

Is this on the grounds that a party of three would have needed two twin rooms anyway?

Readytogogogo Fri 05-Apr-19 12:40:28

Very cheeky.

lisaandpop Fri 05-Apr-19 12:40:34

I mean we are obviously splitting petrol cos 3 ways but the room was a bit of a no no.
We don't know whether to just pay to save the hassle.

FinallyFluid Fri 05-Apr-19 12:40:55

(') << cheeky

BuffaloCauliflower Fri 05-Apr-19 12:41:20

Yeh she’s a CF. You’re not responsible for paying for her daughter, she is. You’re paying your fair share.

cees Fri 05-Apr-19 12:41:27

Absolutely no way should you pay for the 14 yr old. Tell your friends you are not paying and don't back down, cheeky fucker

lisaandpop Fri 05-Apr-19 12:41:26

@ScreamingValenta we would of got the triple room if my friends daughter wasn't coming..or the family room.

Ilikethinkingupnewnames Fri 05-Apr-19 12:41:40

Yes nu. Are you going to be splitting dinner and the show tickets three ways?

Hoppinggreen Fri 05-Apr-19 12:41:54

Nope, charge is per room
My uncle used to do this whenever we went out for meals - him and 6tft son with a bottomless pit of a stomach counted as one person apparently

flumpybear Fri 05-Apr-19 12:42:29

Cheeky cow!
I'd be blunt - sorry but if your daughter comes you need to pay for her yourself

sparepantsandtoothbrush Fri 05-Apr-19 12:42:44

What did you say to her?? Absolutely don't pay for the daughter. Bonkers!

notharryssally Fri 05-Apr-19 12:42:47

You've got to admire her cheek 😂 Of course you only pay for your own room.

notharryssally Fri 05-Apr-19 12:43:06

What does your other friend think?

lisaandpop Fri 05-Apr-19 12:44:46

My other friend thinks she is a cheeky mare too.

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