Best Cities in North America to Find a Sugar Daddy

businessmanEver won­der which city would be the go-to place to find a sugar daddy? A recent sur­vey by the dat­ing web site SeekingArrangement.com revealed that the most pop­u­lar region to find a sugar daddy in the U.S. is Atlanta, Geor­gia, where there are 5.98 sugar dad­dies for every 1,000 male res­i­dents. Not too far behind is Scotts­dale, Ari­zona with 5.23 sugar dad­dies for every 1,000 male res­i­dents. 1 For Cana­dian sugar babies, the city to hit up is Van­cou­ver, British Colum­bia, which has 3.86 sugar dad­dies for every 1,000 male res­i­dents. 2

The sur­vey also found that men are turn­ing to the sugar lifestyle ear­lier. In 2007, the aver­age age of a sugar daddy in the U.S. was 44. In 2013, that num­ber dropped to 39 years old. There are also fewer mar­ried men join­ing the site, with 46% in 2007 ver­sus 33% in 2013.

In that same time frame, the annual sugar daddy income has decreased, and as a result, the amount that they’re spend­ing annu­ally on their sugar babies has also dipped slightly from $74,772 in 2007 to $61,200 in 2013. How­ever, when you really crunch the num­bers, the aver­age sugar baby is still get­ting between 22% and 23.25% of her older man’s income. It’s a sim­i­lar story in Canada, where a sugar baby aver­ages an annual allowance of $51,684—or 22% of her sugar daddy’s yearly income.

Seek­ing out older part­ners seems to be an espe­cially grow­ing trend for col­lege and uni­ver­sity stu­dents who are strug­gling with inflat­ing tuition fees. Accord­ing to Bran­don Wade, founder and CEO of SeekingArrangement.com, the num­ber of uni­ver­sity stu­dents sign­ing up to find a sugar daddy has jumped from 30% to 60% since the site first launched in 2006. 3

Sources:

1.   Seek­ing Arrange­ment web site, http://blog.seekingarrangement.com/sugar-daddy-capitals-of-america/, accessed May 7, 2013.

2.   Seek­ing Arrange­ment web site, http://images.seekingarrangement.com/press/canada-infographic.pdf, accessed May 7, 2013.

3.   Maclean’s web site, http://www2.macleans.ca/2013/01/23/dating-website-founder-says-more-canadian-students-looking-for-sugar-daddies/, accessed May 7, 2013.