Facebook entered the dating scene with Facebook.com/dating, and given that so many people are familiar with how Facebook works, it certainly seems worth trying if you’re hoping to meet someone.
Hinge Is free to use, but like many services on this list, you can navigate it more easily if you pay for a premium version. Prices vary for the premium version, but it starts at around $29.99 a month, and then the price per month goes down after that if you get a three- or six-month membership.
Match is one of the best known and oldest dating sites. While Match.com's full services aren't free, it belongs in this list because it's a well-known website that offers a free 72-hour trial period.As with many of these sites, prices vary. Match has premium prices and standard prices. You may, for instance, pay for a three-month standard package ($24.99 a month, which adds up to $74.97). But you can get longer plans that last up to 12 months.
OKCupid dating website and app is free, allowing you to browse profiles and reach out to anyone you want to connect with.However, with the free version, you don't know who has clicked "like" on your profile unless you also "like" them. Prices vary, but if you pay for one month, you’ll pay around $35.
As advertised on its many TV commercials, OurTime is for people 50 years old and up. It isn’t the only dating site for seniors, but it’s one of the most well known. Like Match.com, OurTime is a paid service.While it isn't free, you can browse profiles for free. As for the prices, they vary, but you can expect to pay $29.96 a month, with the price dropping considerably per week if you sign up for the six-month plan.
Plenty of Fish reports having more than 3 million members in 20 countries. That is, indeed, a lot of fishPrices vary, but you can expect to pay in the neighborhood of $12.90 a month for three months or $6.78 a month for 12 months.