When you see someone you like, it could be a little intimidating to get them to notice you. On WhatsYourPrice, standing out in a sea of singles comes in the form of a dollar. Members reach deep into their pockets for first dates, and the team at WhatsYourPrice wanted to see which bachelors were willing to spend the most for a date offer.
WhatsYourPrice conducted a study to determine where in America the most generous single men reside, revealing the Most Generous Cities in the country. Comparing data to the average first date offer on the site of $120, results show Miami is home to the most generous daters. Single guys in the 305 value a first date at $248, more than double the average offer.
Home to some of the most beautiful women in the world, Miami’s men set the bar valuing a first date at $248 in hopes of finding the one. Yachts, luxury cars and mega-mansions create an alluring appearance of wealth so it’s no wonder Miami bachelors are willing to spend the most on a first date.
Coming in at a close second are the single guys living in Washington, D.C., offering $227 for a first date. Whether it be a gourmet meal waterfront at the National Harbor or tickets to the latest Broadway show at the Kennedy Center, bachelors in D.C. prove chivalry isn’t dead as the second most generous daters in the country.
Chicago men took third place, with the average bid at $223. The Windy City has no shortage of romantic restaurants with breathtaking skyline views. Bachelors in Chitown are willing to pay the price for an unforgettable first date experience as the third most generous daters in the country.
Did your city make the list of the Most Generous Cities in America?
Miami, Florida – $248
Washington, D.C. – $227
Chicago, Illinois – $223
Charlotte, North Carolina – $219
Dallas, Texas – $202
San Francisco, California – $ 196
Boston, Massachusetts – $183
Houston, Texas – $177
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – $168
Denver, Colorado – $161
In contrast, the study also found bachelors in Brooklyn are the stingiest in the country valuing a first date at $103. As the cost of living in Brooklyn continues to rise, it’s clear single men would rather save a buck. Minneapolis men were the second most frugal daters, offering $106.
What have been your dating experiences in any of these cities?