5 Best Millionaire Dating Sites

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Millionaire dating sites also target the rich and attractive, just like sugar daddy websites. Despite that they are called millionaire dating sites, not all members are necessarily millionaires. It's just that millionaires make a big portion of the membership. After all, millionaires are not rare nowadays. Below are two major differences between millionaire dating sites and sugar daddy websites:

  • Millionaire dating sites are vanilla. Women on millionaire dating sites are looking for rich boyfriends or future husbands, and you are not supposed to compensate them financially for their time and companionship. If you bring up the allowance, you may offend them.
  • User base: While there are attractive women who are from a lower class and want to date up and marry someone from a higher class, there are also self-made successful women and fortune heirs who want to find someone equal in financial status and tastes.

There are not many millionaire dating sites available online, and here are 5 millionaire dating sites that we think are worth of a try.

1. Millionaire Match: World's First & Largest Millionaire Dating Site

Online since 2001 and with nearly 4 million members, Millionaire Match is the world's first and largest millionaire dating site. For well over a decade, they have been serving a very exclusive, elite clientele of rich and attractive people including celebrities. On its homepage, you'll see the note "NO SUGAR DADDIES/BABIES". The monthly membership fee is $70 on PC and mobile site, and $100.99 on the mobile app. It is definitely not your average rich men dating site, so save your time if this is not something you are looking for.

2. Luxy: Tinder Minus The Poor & Ugly

Luxy is relatively new compared with other millionaire dating sites. On Luxy, you buy a premium membership to get in or you wait for other members to vote you in or out. The site claims to be the Tinder minus the poor and ugly. The app is well-designed, easy to use, with about 2.5 million high-quality profiles. The monthly membership is $99.99, which allows you to send messages to anyone and filter search results by verified first or highest income.

3. Elite Singles: Meet Highly Educated Marriage-Minded Singles

Elite Singles caters to highly educated singles who want a serious relationship, especially working professionals who are ready to settle down. Signing up on EliteSingles.com takes much longer time than other millionaire dating sites, which helps the site understand your personality so they can send you daily matches. It also means you cannot search and browse in a big dating pool like on OkCupid and Match, or swipe photos to find matches like on Tinder. However, the membership fees are much lower than other millionaire dating sites, like $62.95 for 3 months.

4. The League: A Selective Millionaire Dating App

The League caters to the 1% elite high end, with a very small dating pool, and a long waitlist that says 12000 people in Seattle are waiting on the list. Basically, you won't be approved if you are still on the waitlist for a week. Some users doubt that 50% of its users are fake or pretending their education level and professional status, and when they get a match, it doesn't really match with what has been specified on their profile. The team is good at marketing and setting up a high-end tone, but you may find out that they are not what they claim to be, and they have a no refund policy.

5. Elite Mingle: Free Dating & Networking App For Elite Singles

Elite Mingle is a relatively new dating app that caters to well-educated, ambitious and picky professionals who are single and ready to mingle. Unlike other dating apps in this category, Elite Mingle is totally free to use, and you don't have to be rich to use this dating app. They don't require any information about your income or wealth. In their opinion, being rich doesn't mean you are elite. Being an elite means you are well-educated, ambitious, self-disciplined, self-motivated, have good tastes, etc. You may have just graduated from the Ivy League and are still paying student loan so you are poor, but you are still an elite.