It is unquestionably the largest and most popular dating site in the UK right now, yet surprisingly match.com costs less than a good night out. I met my current boyfriend on match.com, and my ex too! Many of my friends have also met their partners on the site, and it is really not surprising when 1 in 4 relationships start online. If you’d like to find out for yourself just how good this site is, then use the link below to take advantage of their free 3 day trial offer.
Prices for match.com in 2013
The prices are actually some of the lowest in the UK for a paid dating site of this size. The current membership prices for match.com in 2013 are as follows:
£12.99 per month with a 6 month membership (56% Saving)
£19.99 per month with a 3 month membership (33% Saving)
£29.99 per month with a 1 month membership
If you do take out a paid subscription after your 3 day free trial, then consider going for either the 3 or 6 month options, both are much better value than a single months membership which is the most expensive option out of the three. You probably know this all too well already, but finding your soul mate will probably take a little longer than 30 days, unless you are gifted with the looks of Brad Pitt or Angelina.
These are the benefits that come with a full paid membership:
Founded back in 1995, match.com is more than 15 years old and the oldest dating site out there. So it’s hardly surprising that they are also one of the largest and most popular dating sites. With over 5 million UK members, if you can’t find someone to tickle your toes here, you are unlikely to find someone anywhere.
Sure, it’s a paid dating site, but paid memberships do help to deter singletons who are less serious about finding someone for the long-term. And over 90% of members on match.com are seeking commitment, so this is definitely not a one night stand dating site if that’s what you are looking for.
Members vary in age from 18 to 85 years old, whilst the site itself is very intuitive and there are apps for the iPhone, Android, Windows and Symbian mobile phones that are included with the subscription price.
You can find a full in-depth review of match.com over on datenurse.com
One area that match.com does receive a few complaints is their automated re-billing system (like most dating sites). But often these complaints are from people who have not read the small print. This basically says that unless you cancel your subscription before its end date, then it will be automatically extended and you will be re-billed for the same amount. So I do recommend cancelling this sooner rather than later. Cancelling your subscription will not affect your membership; you still maintain full use of the site until your one, three or six month membership period expires.
So, are you really serious about putting your singleton days behind you? If you are, you would be a fool not to take advantage of the match.com free trial and find out how many members are from your local town. Good luck!