Anything commoners offer each other, the robots provide/made cheaper. Liquid assets gravitate upwards, it's inevitable.
It's already happening. Where does your paycheck go? John Everyman? It goes to mortgages, insurance, cars, medical bills, taxes, corporate-made products and services, it goes up.
One illusion is "John's getting a cut from Walmart" - his job exists because it's a net upwards flow.
It's not a conspiracy or anything, I'm not whining - I drew First Worlder at birth, I'm in the Golden Billion. But I'm pointing out the natural creep that will happen to any given economical scenario - influential powers will obviously flourish slightly more for pretty much any conditions, moreso in malleable conditions.
My generation won't be hosed by the endgame ahead, but I have no idea what 2050-2100 is going to; if Bobby's generation revolts, it'll be hilariously one-sided.
I have no solutions, even giving out basic income will cause a curve to spike on anything vaguely luxury past necessities. The money will be in catering to other 1%'ers, not competing over the shit-margin scraps the proles spare on robo-made five-cent gray shirts.
The baseline will probably be a hair better than terrafoam though.