All new tattoo appointments require a $100 deposit, unless prior arrangements have been made with your artist. Your deposit will be applied to the total cost of your tattoo. If your tattoo requires multiple sessions (multi-session), your deposit will be applied to the final session.
Deposits cannot be transferred for use by another person.
If you need to reschedule an appointment, we require at least 48 hours notice or you will forfeit your deposit. If an attempt to reschedule falls within the 48 hour period, you will be required to furnish a new deposit to make a new appointment.
If you provide at least 48 hours notice to reschedule, your tattooer will transfer your deposit to your new appointment. The new date must be chosen within the next 7 days, and must fall within the next 90 days. Only two instances of rescheduling will be permitted for an appointment. Once the second rescheduling has occurred, that date/time is firm, and cannot be moved/ rescheduled without forfeiting your deposit.
In case of severely inclement weather, call to let your tattooer know if you cannot make your appointment. As long as you notify your tattooer prior to your appointment time, they will transfer your deposit to a new appointment date.
If you do not show up for your appointment (no-call no-show), you forfeit your deposit and you will be required to furnish a new deposit to schedule a new appointment.
If you use a gift certificate for a deposit and do not provide proper notice to reschedule (see above), or do not show up for your appointment, the value of your gift certificate will be reduced by $100. If the value of the gift certificate is below $200 additional funds will be necessary to make a new appointment (see below in red). Gift certificates are non-refundable.
If you arrive more than 15 minutes late, your appointment may need to be rescheduled so your tattooer will not be running late for the appointments after yours. If your appointment has to be rescheduled due to your late arrival, you will forfeit your deposit and be required to leave another deposit before scheduling a new appointment.
You must bring state or federal photo ID every time you come in for any tattoo. If you arrive for a tattoo appointment without proper ID, you will not get tattooed, and you will forfeit your deposit money. Acceptable forms of ID include: driver’s license, state issued non-driver ID card, military ID or passport.
If you no-call, no-show you will have to provide double the deposit amount to schedule another appointment.
If you no-call, no-show twice you will be required to pay for your tattoo up front, in person, in cash to schedule another appointment.