Prices matchaffinity review

Last updated on February 12, 2014 | by Aet Suvari


Match Affinity Prices 2013 – How much does it cost?

Here’s the latest Match Affinity prices for 2013 – the most expensive online dating site we’ve ever reviewed!

Yes, Affiny might be in our Top 10 Dating sites but that’s more to do with its impressive matching system and popularity rather than its incredible value.

Match Affinity prices 2013

  1. 1 month – £49.90
  2. 3 months – £89.70 (£29.90 a month)
  3. 6 months – £119.40 (£19.90 a month)
  4. 12 months – £154.80 (£12.90 a month)

So yeh, Affiny isn’t cheap. At just under £50 a month for a one month subscription it doesn’t really start becoming competitive until you get to the 12 month subscription option (which lets you spread it out over 3 payments).

How much does Match Affinity cost?

Here’s the full Match Affinity subscription prices as laid out on their site:

matchaffinity prices

Alternatives to Match Affinity

One of the positives about the high subscription fees are that it pretty much guarantees that the people who subscribe are serious about finding a long term partner.

However, if you feel that Affiny is just too expensive for you then there are some alternatives.

eHarmony is Affiny’s closest rival and scores higher in all departments as well as having some better value subscription plans. Check out our eHarmony review and eHarmony prices articles for more information.

There’s also itself if you don’t mind joining a site that lets you do the searching rather than presenting you with compatibility based matches. See our review and prices to help you decide if it’s for you. It’s certainly much cheaper than Match Affinity of eHarmony.

Otherwise you can always check out our full list of Online Dating Site Reviews for our latest thoughts on the competition.

Best of luck if you decide to join Match Affinity and we hope you get your money’s worth by finding a good match!

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has been reviewing and writing about the world of online dating since 2008 and the launch of Online Dating Help. A stickler for promoting ethical practices within the UK dating industry she champions the sites that get it right while highlighting those holding it back. You can follow her on Google+

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