Barista gets World Series tickets for her 'Royals Mocha'

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Barista Gets Tip of a Lifetime for 'Royals Mocha'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) - A fancy cup of mocha landed a South Plaza barista tickets for Game 6 of the World Series.

Katelyn Jamison has been working at Eggtc. on Main Street for about four years. On Tuesday she got the tip of a lifetime from Josh Willingham's wife, Ginger.

The Willinghams are regulars at the restaurant, and Jamison has been putting the Royals' logo on their mochas. Tuesday she included Josh's number "7" and said she was shocked when her tip included two tickets to Game 6.

"I was very surprised! I was just like, 'Are you serious? Yes, thank you, I would love to go!' It's a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I'm over the moon," she said.

Katelyn said she was taking her husband to the game, and both were excited. This isn't the first time World Series tickets were given as a tip. One lucky waiter working at a Kansas restaurant and bar received Royals tickets for his good service.

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