Love becomes expensive as Tinder announces ultra premium tier


If you thought a partner was expensive, meet Tinder SELECT. Tinder just introduced a new invite-only membership tier. This tier starts at $499 per month.

What’s Included: With this premium plan, you enjoy exclusive perks not available in other tiers:

  • Only the top 1% of users are selected through a rigorous process.
  • Gain priority in the “Likes You” section, making your profile visible for longer.
  • Showcase your SELECT status with a special badge on your profile.
  • Access exclusive features before anyone else.
  • Enjoy an ad-free experience.

How to Apply:

  1.  Visit the website To apply for Tinder SELECT, visit in your web browser on your computer or mobile device.
  2. Profile Check Before applying, ensure your Tinder profile meets these criteria from the 5-Point Select Screen™ for profile quality and engagement:
    1. Include at least five interests to show your hobbies and preferences.
    2. Upload a minimum of four pictures to showcase your personality.
    3. Craft a brief bio (at least 15 characters) to introduce yourself and share your interests.
    4. Specify your relationship goal.
    5. Ensure your profile is photo verified for trust.
  3.  Apply for Membership If your profile meets these requirements, click “Apply” or “Join SELECT” on the webpage.
  4. Profile Review Tinder will review your profile and account info to ensure it aligns with their Community Guidelines and Terms of Use.
  5. Approval Notification If approved, you’ll receive a notification from Tinder confirming your SELECT membership.

Note: Limited Availability

Remember, Tinder SELECT has limited availability. Not all users can access it. If not accepted immediately, continue using standard Tinder features. You can always reapply when it becomes available to more users.

That’s it! You’ve successfully applied. Now, all you have to do is await your approval.

Specious Coda-Bishop
Staff Writer @phandroid | Top 5 Kingdom Hearts 3 Speedrunner | Twitch Affiliate | Xbox Ambassador

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