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A generation ago, things were simpler. You essentially had two options: Meet a fellow human being in your respective flesh sacks, or pay somebody or a newspaper to set you up with one. The internet wrought popular paid services like Match.
The practice has a long history: OkCupid rolled out its A-List feature as early asbefore Tinder and Bumble even existed. And what the freemium pricing model did for online games is becoming the strategy used by dating apps today.
When it comes to online dating, however, the reasons people choose to upgrade to the payment models are far more varied than with a typical gaming app.
But people are still paying for premium — lots of them. Hannah, a year-old teacher in Chicago, bought Bumble Boost after four years of being single and realizing she wanted to get serious about marriage and family.
For Hannah, the biggest benefit was seeing who liked her before making the commitment to like them back. It also helped her get out of her comfort zone. That curiosity is the same reason Wynter, a year-old engineer in Brooklyn, made the leap to Boost.
I had friends reviewing my photos and got the thumbs-up on quality. I figured if I could see the matches, I could at least see who was swiping on me. A small percent of the people I match with respond or move past a few back and forth messages. For year-old writer Dylan, the draw of Grindr Xtra was expanding the radius of potential matches.
I would hate to miss out on meeting someone exciting just because they live six blocks away. In South Carolina, year-old legal professional Jessica not her real name paid for the premium kink-friendly app Feeld because that was the only way her profile could remain hidden from Facebook friends. She also discovered a few surprises about the people in her town. But how much more likely are you to find an actual, IRL match? According to Eli J. He said that at first he was able to schedule a date each week, but then the constant stream of matches started to turn into more of a trickle.
Dating apps like Tinder and Bumble are free. But people say paying for them is worth the money.
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