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Old 18 May 22, 07:02 AM  
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Son works full time and always pays his contribution to a holiday. He insists as he is very particular about paying for everything himself. He isnít aware but we put any contributions in to a saving for account for him. He has always treated his sister quite a bit too.

Daughter just has a part time job at McDonalds. She isnít quite as particular about paying for things herself 😂 and thatís fine.
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Old 18 May 22, 07:05 AM  
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No, wouldn't expect it at all. I am taking my 21 year old and 16 year old away for a few days after their exams finish and have paid for everything. I will also pay for all meals and drinks while we are away.
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Old 18 May 22, 07:13 AM  
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Yep always had to pay to go from 18.
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Old 18 May 22, 07:20 AM  
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My eldest son is working as an apprentice , we went away at Easter and we paid for everything . We upgraded mine, hubbys and youngest son universal pass to annual passes as we had a holiday booked for feb and eldest son didnít want to come. Well guess what happened two weeks after returning? Yep he asked to come. I added him onto the holiday which we will pay but I have told him he will have to pay for his universal ticket again as I asked him 3 times in the queue waiting to upgrade if he was sure! He was adamant he wasnít going back he wanted to have holidays with his friends.
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Old 18 May 22, 07:37 AM  
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No from me, my ds22 is in full time work and we have paid for the holiday this year, he will pay for a meal when we are there one evening and little things like that but I am a softie lol and quite forward so will say outright buy us an ice cream then or you can treat us to maccie brekkie today, not that he's tight or anything. 😊
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Old 18 May 22, 07:46 AM  
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My 19 year old works part time at McDonalds while he is at university so if he offered (unlikely!) we wouldn't accept as he isn't at a stage of life yet where he can afford it.
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Old 18 May 22, 07:58 AM  
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No holidays on us, but mine would bring some money for their spending money for outlets, souvenirs, apple store etc
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Old 18 May 22, 08:05 AM  
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I never asked my 2 to contribute when they had part time jobs, even when they were both working full time, but one was saving for a car the other a mortgage - we paid the whole holiday. We could afford it though and as they are both careful with their money we were happy to pay.
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Old 18 May 22, 08:27 AM  
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I would have been expected to go half on the holiday when I was 18.

With that being said, I only went on one abroad holiday with my mum before I was 18 anyway.
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Old 18 May 22, 08:41 AM  
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I think it depends on a number of circumstances lile do they usually contribute for meals out when at home, parents financial situation and initial expectations set etc.

Dont be disappointed if they donít offer - it depends on your notmal habits at home - plus a young adultís brain is often very focussed on itself - not others :-)
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