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Appointments/Walk-ins

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we will have some new protocols for getting tattooed at Never Say Die Tattoo. They are as follows.

  • We now have the capacity for walk-in clients.We will be keeping our door open when we have availability for walk-ins. If the door is locked, then we are busy tattooing. However, it is still best to give us a call ahead to see how we are booked for the day.

  • Clients will be screened for fever and symptoms upon arrival and If clients show a fever, or symptoms of infection, they will be asked to reschedule. 

  • Upon entry, clients will be required to sanitize hands, and wear a mask for the duration of the procedure.

  •  If clients wish to take a break, they will be asked to re-sanitize, and re-mask before continuing with the procedure. 

We will be maintaining the utmost sterile and sanitary environment for you to be tattooed in. We ask that you help us keep it that way by adhering to our new policy. 

Also, due to changes in our procedures, we have had to raise our costs, as it now costs us more to maintain the proper, safe environment for your tattoo procedure. Our artists' rates differ so please consult your artist for their current rates. Our shop minimum is now $100.

OUR DEPOSIT POLICY

We take deposits for all appointments and all custom artwork. Your deposit will be a minimum of $100 and will increase due to the size and nature of your artwork.

All deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable. If you would need to cancel your appointment, a 24 hour notice is required or your deposit will be forfeit. 

Deposits for custom work are also only good for the original concept. If you were to change your mind after a deposit was made for original artwork, we will require an additional deposit for the new concept. 

If you have an appointment and can not be bothered to give us a call, you will lose your deposit. It is not fair to the artist that had that time set aside for you, and it is not fair to the people that are waiting for months at a time to get tattooed.