What’s Your Price Vs. Seeking: Which Dating Site Is Better?
WhatsYourPrice and Seeking.com may seem fundamentally different platforms, but still, both sites work great for people looking for mutually beneficial arrangements. Seeking, however, also accepts people looking for casual or serious relationships. So, can we compare them? Yes, and that’s exactly what we did in our review.
|The online dating website created exclusively for people seeking mutually beneficial arrangements||One of the largest online dating platforms that works for all, including people seeking long-term, and casual relationships|
|Fair system for those who want to pay and get paid for sugar dates||Every adult user can join for free, but members need to pay for using the best communication tools|
|Moderators suspend profiles of suspicious members and sex workers||The platform is carefully moderated, profiles are checked, and support is free|
|If a sugar baby cancels a date, a sugar daddy gets a full refund||Live text chat and video chat are the main communication features|
|Users can unlock messaging only after buying credits and placing a bid if it’s a sugar daddy||Premium users can choose between different types of premium plans instead of buying credits|
|Editing a profile, adding photos||Editing an account|
|Search and winks||Access to other users’ profiles and public photos|
|Access to profiles||Search|
|Making bids (the cost depends on a user and starts at $5)||Messaging|
Seeking.com and WhatsYourPrice have fundamentally different pricing policies, and that’s easy to understand because their concepts are different, too. On WhatsYourPrice, you buy credits to unlock conversations and place bids, while on Seeking.com, you buy a premium plan to meet new people, communicate with them in plenty of different ways, and just go on free dates. The cost of credits on WhatsYourPrice starts at $50 for 100 credits, and on Seeking.com you pay from $100 per month but get unlimited messaging and plenty of other premium features to use.
Our editor’s conclusion
Though it’s pretty hard to compare these two websites, I still choose Seeking for a few main reasons. First, it works for a larger number of people and has many more members. Second, it has many more communication tools. Third, there’s a smaller chance of meeting a sex worker there. So, if it’s important for you too, I’d recommend using Seeking.com.