Is there really such a thing as millionaire dating sites? Turns out there is! “Rich men dating sites” are actually quite a popular online dating niche. While some sites focus on both rich men and women, others are much more geared towards rich men and attractive women. What classifies as attractive varies — some sites accept members that have an intriguing persona, while others simply go for looks/age. And some sites are open to all and yonder.
Millionaire dating sites are a mixed batch — some are for successful people looking to meet other successful people (be that financially successful, or successful in other ways), while other sites are for the rich and those who want to date them. As there’s choice, it’s easy for you to find the site that fits your needs.
Now, let’s have a look at some of these sites and see what they are all about in more detail. Maybe one of these dating sites is where you’ll find your millionaire?
MillionaireMatch is a dating site for successful people — whether their success lies in their interesting lifestyle, looks, or money. It’s not a site for casual hookups or those looking for financial support, but rather a site for those who are looking for genuine love amongst successful people.
There are certified millionaires on the site and all profiles are verified — millionaire or not. This means there are about zero fake profiles. Every new photo uploaded is also checked.
MillionaireMatch has been around for a long time and is one of the most reputable sites out there. Possibly because of their strict verification process. It has about 4M members, most which stem from the United States. According to DatingScout, most members are 35 and up, which makes sense as it takes a while to become successful in most cases.
Being a free member on MillionaireMatch is fine as you CAN reply to messages. However, you can’t send messages to members who haven’t already written to you. You can show interest by winking at people and favoriting them though.
MillionaireMatch is one of the better sites for anyone looking for a serious long-term relationship with a successful partner.
EliteSingles is a world renowned site that focuses on attracting members who are “educated” — be it through formal education or the school of hard knocks. They offer a personality test so as to bring members together as well.
According to the site itself, over 80% hold at least a bachelor’s degree and 90% are over 30 years old. Which makes sense as it’s a site for those looking for serious relationships.
One thing is for sure — as the site forces you to take a personality test that takes about 30-45 minutes, people who join are willing to invest time in finding a partner. 30 minutes doesn’t seem like a lot of time, but compare it to Tinder, which certainly doesn’t require a personality test. And while Tinder is free unless you go premium, EliteSingles comes at a hefty price tag. So if you just want to hookup with someone, there are easier and cheaper ways of doing so.
Based on the personality test, you’ll be paired with daily matches (if available). You can also search for members and use the Have You Met? section where member profiles are shown that you can either say yay or nay to, Tinder style.
Overall, the site has a good reputation, though some people take offense to its focus on education and the hefty price tag. EliteSingles is definitively not your traditional rich men dating site, but as it attracts educated and serious singles, you will find many successful men and women on here, while avoiding the sugar daddy dating vibe.
With close to 700k members (according to the site itself) and 107k active weekly members (according to DatingScout), this is a fairly popular site. And if you’re pretty, or interesting, or both and looking for a free flight…chances are someone will be willing to pay for your ticket. In short, this is a site for luxury travelers looking for companions when traveling, whether the bill is paid for by them, or split in half. It tends to vary. And you can find what you’re comfortable with.
A lot of people want to travel…but not by themselves, so it’s not so difficult to see why this site is becoming popular fast. Also, it’s owned by Brandon Wade who started Seeking.com, WhatsYourPrice.com, and OpenMinded.com, so it has an owner with plenty of experience in the online dating and sugar daddy dating industries.
Using the site is free for women, meaning it seems they’re targeting rich men to pay for both memberships and travel. However, you will find a few women on there who are the ones doing the paying. And as mentioned, some people are looking to split the bill.
Men can also get free accounts, but you can’t message other members, which clearly limits your options.
Miss Travel gives those who could never afford luxury travel an opportunity to try it and at the same time, provide companionship to those who travel and are bored of traveling alone. As such it’s a win-win. If you look on the dodgier side of it, you’re likely to find men and women willing to pay for trips in return for sex, as opposed to just someone to have a good time with. But as there hasn’t been any horror stories in the news, it appears members are upfront about what they want and what they’re willing to give.
In short, you can use the site for what you’re looking for — be it splitting the travel costs, or finding someone willing to pay for you to travel. And while it isn’t a traditional millionaire dating site, you’re bound to find plenty of millionaires here!
Just as with MillionaireMatch, RichMeetBeautiful claims they have verified millionaires on their site. On their landing page they also claim not to offer sugar momma or sugar daddy dating, yet reviews say otherwise.
And while the landing page also talks about different ways of being rich, such as being rich culturally and intellectually, if you dig deeper and go to the About Us page, you find the following:
“The rich and the beautiful belong together – and as long as the relationship serves both parties well, why not soak it in champagne and caviar..?
Cocktails at sunset on a yacht, a sought-after reservation at the finest new restaurant and jetting off for weekends in Ibiza and the South of France should never be endured alone. The commitment of marriage between a sugar daddy and his wife may be strong, however often high-powered marriages become more like business arrangements than sexy seductive relationships.”
It’s possible they’re trying to rebrand themselves, but if so, they need to do a better job with it. And this description also clarifies that Rich Meet Beautiful is all about casual dating, as opposed to MillionaireMatch which is all about serious dating and committed relationships.
You don’t have to be financially successful to join the site — you simply have to fill in your details. The site is clear about not handing out details to third party sites and their aim to keep bots out. There’s an email verification process. They also manually go through all new profiles and use this thing called Google to try to verify new members. If anyone seems shady, they’re out.
This elite dating app was founded by Amanda Bradford back in 2014 as she reentered the dating scene after a long relationship and didn’t enjoy it. She wanted a place where “power couples” could meet — people who cared about their career and were aiming at getting places. Enter The League. A dating app that uses real humans to wade through LinkedIn and Facebook accounts before anyone. And being accepted is not a guarantee. In fact, few people are.
To be accepted to The League you are rumored to need either smarts, cash, or looks…preferably a combination of all three. If you’re broke but changing the world, or rich but living a really lame life…well, the broke person is a lot more likely to be accepted.
It’s also about how keen you really are to join. Once you’ve been approved on their waiting list they will see how often you check in, what you do to improve your profile, if you recommend others to the app, etc. It’s all about your dedication to becoming a member and finding a relationship.
Not just that. They only accept members they feel will add value to current members. So if you’re the sole applicant in Arkansas, they won’t let you join as they fear you won’t meet anyone who floats your boat as there are no members nearby. Likewise, if you’re lawyer number five hundred in San Francisco, they feel there are enough lawyers in San Fran that have joined already and that you can’t offer more diversity to the dating pool and will therefore keep you on the waiting list till such a time lawyers in San Fran once more are in demand.
While The League does use your Facebook and LinkedIn profiles to decide whether you’ll become a member or not, your profile is automatically PREVENTED from being seen by any of your Facebook friends or LinkedIn connections. Unless you request otherwise. This is so as to offer you the discretion you may want.
The League also offers online groups and hangouts, as well as real life meetup events. It feels a little bit like a membership club where the focus is on dating.
One funky new feature is them matching users up to two-minute live-streams to meet other members. Like online speed dating.
When landing on their website, the first impression of Happy Matches is that they offer a site for anyone who wants clarity about what they’re looking for up front — be that a long term relationship, or casual dating — and with whom. In short, it appears to be a site where members state up front what they’re after. Upon further research though (their about section), they state that it’s a site for successful men and women and the people who wish to date them.
Overall, while the images are fresh, the copywriting feels lame. And at the bottom of the site, you’ve got keyword stuffing galore. Not that that’s unusual on some dating sites, but still.
On the upside, on their about page, you will find that they verify members and assign them different badges based on income level and expectations.
Finding any reviews about the site is near impossible.
Our recommendation? Join, have a look around, see if there are members near you, then decide if it’s worth pursuing it. That advice goes for most dating sites as it is generally free to join — just not to send messages. That means you can check if there are members in your area and members you’re attracted to before making a decision about any millionaire dating site.
Luxy is a dating app and dating site for the wealthy. While there’s no saying you’ll get banned for not belonging to the rich, there’s an ability to verify your income (granted you earn more than $200k per year) and you’re only allowed into the site if at least 50% of users who see your profile when you first join vouch for you. In short, make sure your profile pics are great and that your profile reads like a dream. You can bypass this by buying a membership right off the bat, but those cost. A lot.
This site is being marketed as a site for the 1% so if you aren’t rolling in the dough, at the very least become clear on one thing: it’s not a site for sugar babies. Show your drive, intelligence and beauty if you want to date the rich and successful, but don’t expect them to pick up the bill for you.
Luxy’s members, not surprisingly, tend to be based in metropolitan cities, so bear that in mind.
Luxy has become renowned as their security measures are pretty darn good — fake profiles are found and deleted within days. Also, the ability to verify your income helps.
Among the millionaire dating sites, this is a good one.
This is a dating site for men who earn over 100k per year and the women who want to date them. Unfortunately, the design of the landing page alone makes you wonder if the owners are filing for bankruptcy? The text doesn’t do much either — it doesn’t even accurately describe what the site is all about. However, once you get past the mediocre landing page, it starts looking better.
It also offers a profession, income and photo verification process, so you can check for verified members. For women there’s only the photo verification process. In other words, it’s a site for sugar daddies and sugar babies, not sugar mommies and toy boys because then women would have the option to verify more than their good looks.
There is a very limited membership pool on Wealthy Men, so the best thing to do is to sign up to have a look around to see if anyone takes your fancy. If they do you can sign up, if not, look for another rich men dating site!
Millionaire Mate belongs to the FriendFinder network, so some of the features of their sites will definitively be found here too. The basic idea behind the site is that beautiful women will meet with rich men. The site promises that there are members looking for everything from casual dating and longterm relationships to discreet encounters. In short, be prepared to meet married folks looking for a fling. Be clear about what you’re looking for and be willing to talk to potential dates about their expectations so you don’t waste precious time with anyone who isn’t looking for the same thing you are.
You can have your profession, income and photos verified. This can help you weed out unserious members.
Compared to many of the other sites, the design on the landing page, while chic, feels a little bit cheesy. Or a lot cheesy.
Your profile can be as short or long as you like, but there are 200 questions to fill out, should fancy take you. While you can opt not to, the more you share, the more likely you are to be teamed up with a favorite, as the questions are what’s used to find you a match and what matches read to find out more about you.
If the green color on this site does not put you off…congratulations! You may be able to tolerate using it.
In all seriousness, Date a Millionaire isn’t the most appealing of sites. It’s hard to believe any millionaire would go near it. At least any millionaire with some sense of taste. That said, you can get verified as a millionaire using tax paperwork, so it’s easy enough to find the real deal.
The site also has some nifty features, like voice and video chat, enabling you to talk to someone without giving out your phone number, Skype, WhatsApp or similar.
According to AskMen the site has about 12k monthly active users, however, when those numbers were pulled is unsure.
In short, it is probably not the best site if you want to find a millionaire!