Online Dating For Elites Singles


5 High-Profile Dating Apps for Elite Singles

It’s fun to meet new people on popular dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Coffee Meets Bagel, but have you ever wondered which apps the wealthy and famous use to meet?

Look no further. Here’s our list of exclusive, high-profile dating apps where members are filtered according to income, looks, and/or social status.

1. Raya

Known as “Tinder for celebrities,” Raya is an invite-only dating app where celebrities, influencers, and anyone involved in creative industries can meet one another.

As the term “invite-only” suggests, you can only join the community if someone in your social circle sends you an invite link. Otherwise, you’d have to fill out an application form and join a waitlist.

Invite-only apps are taking off in the social media sphere thanks to the exclusivity and privacy that they offer. The first that comes to mind is Clubhouse—though if you are unable to get an invite, there are plenty of Clubhouse alternatives to try instead.

2. The League

Many prominent dating apps require users to link their accounts with Instagram and Spotify, but The League goes one step further and compels users to link their accounts with Facebook and LinkedIn.

Others on the site will be able to see your educational background as well as your current occupation. This means that in addition to meeting possible dates, you will have the opportunity to network with experts from other fields.

You also don’t have to worry about your colleagues finding you on the app. The League has options where you are able to block out anyone who’s working in the same industry as you, like LinkedIn contacts and coworkers.

3. Luxy

Luxy, which bills itself as “the #1 dating app for high-quality people,” is a gathering place for unmarried and attractive billionaires. CEOs, investors, celebrities, doctors, lawyers, and others are said to be among the app’s users.

Signing up for Luxy takes more than 24 hours. Why? Because after you sign up, your profile will go through a vetting process where you will be assessed based on your occupation, income, and appearance.

If you think The League’s LinkedIn verification is already intense enough, Luxy also requires prospective members to upload their latest tax return documents, passport, or driver’s license.

Anyone who wishes to skip this lengthy process can always opt for its premium packages; Luxy BLACK or Luxy PLATINUM, for $99/month or $333.99/month, respectively.

4. Millionaire Match

Millionaire Match exists to enable meetings between rich singles, as its name suggests. Users must provide nice-looking images and proof of income for verification, just like the rest of the dating apps on this list. Certified Millionaire title is awarded to those with an annual income of more than $200,000 and a bank balance of more than $1 million.

Millionaire Match has over 4 million members and growing, and it has a dedicated screening team that filters and deletes fake profiles every day.

Basic use of the app is free, but users can upgrade to Gold for $69.99/month.

5. The Inner Circle

The Inner Circle is an app that promises to only include people who are serious about dating and deliver a wholesome experience to its users.

In addition to a strict verification process, the app has unique filters that allow users to make connections based on similar interests and beliefs. The app claims that it makes 150,000 introductions every week, so if the system notices that you share a common hobby with another user, you will be notified about it.

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