Online Dating Study Reveals the Cheapest Cities for a Date

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With the average price of a date rising thirteen dollars from $121 to $134 for men looking for no-strings-attached relationships, while from $194 to $215 for those seeking serious relationships, WhatsYourPrice.com, the only dating website where generous members can bid for a chance at a first date, conducted a study using 3,000 of its 450,000 members to find the cheapest cities for a date in America.

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However much prices increase, men won’t stop dating. A slow economy can’t stop love

A study conducted by WhatsYourPrice.com, the only dating website where generous members can bid for a chance at a first date, addressed the recent price increase of the average date from $121 to $134 for men looking for no-strings-attached relationships, while rising from $194 to $215 for those seeking serious relationships. The website’s study surveyed 3,000 Americans out of its 450,000 members to find the cheapest cities for a date.
“Single people are always going to look for love or a relationship. Men who are looking for no-strings-attached relationships didn’t suffer as high of a price increase on the average date because they don’t usually as much money on entertainment or a pricey restaurant,” says Brandon Wade, CEO and Founder of WhatsYourPrice.com. “However much prices increase, men won’t stop dating. A slow economy can’t stop love.”
The study took into account city parking/ cab fares, dining, and entertainment costs between cities in the United States. 73% of men surveyed who said they were only looking for non-serious relationships claimed they spent on average $134 on a date. While 52% men who were looking for serious relationship claimed they spent $215 per date. The following are cities with a population of at least 80,000 in which men said they spent the least amount on the cost of one date:
1.    Bloomington, Indiana ($83.50)
2.    Boulder, Colorado ($84.25)
3.    Jersey City, New Jersey ($91)
4.    Salt Lake City, Utah ($91.25)
5.    Green Bay, Wisconsin ($95.25)
6.    St. Petersburg, Florida ($97)
7.    Dallas, Texas ($99.50)
8.    Huntington Beach, California($111)
9.    Downtown Los Angeles, California ($105.50)
10.    Syracuse, New York ($118.75)
Cities that did not make the list for cheapest cities for a date were: Miami, Florida: non-serious - 71% claimed to spend $134 per date, serious – 44% spent $215 per date; New York City, New York: non-serious - 50% claimed to spend $130.50 per date, serious – 39% spent $204 per date; Santa Monica, California: non-serious – 46% claimed to spend $127 per date; serious – 65% spent $198 per date.
For further information on this study or to schedule an interview with the Founder & CEO, Brandon Wade, please contact Angela at 951-375-7181 or e-mail press(at)WhatsYourPrice(dot)com.

About Brandon Wade
Brandon Wade is a leading dating expert, who has authored two books on love and relationships. Wade holds a BS and an MBA degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is the Founder and CEO of SeekingArrangement.com, MissTravel.com, and SeekingMillionaire.com.

About WhatsYourPrice.com
WhatsYourPrice.com is the only online dating website where first dates are bought and sold, and has been featured on such outlets as the New York Times, CNN, Anderson and the Huffington Post. WhatsYourPrice.com was founded by Brandon Wade founder & CEO of a number of successful niche online dating websites including the number one Sugar Daddy Dating website—SeekingArrangement.com, the number one travel dating website—MissTravel.com, and the millionaire matchmaker website—SeekingMillionaire.com. http://www.twitter.com/WhatsYourPrice. https://www.facebook.com/WhatsYourPrice

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