High End Dating

Just because you’re rich doesn’t mean you’ve got it all. In fact, a lot of sin­gle, wealthy older men strug­gle to find a sig­nif­i­cant other. Hav­ing a fat bank account doesn’t make any­one immune to bad dates; whether they’ve gone out with older or younger women.

Aside from avoid­ing bad rela­tion­ships, some wealthy older men also want to avoid the spot­light and pre­fer dis­cre­tion. There may be a lot of stereo­types about high end dat­ing, but that doesn’t mean they have to be true. Not every sugar daddy is a mid-life cri­sis cad look­ing for arm candy while his wife is look­ing after the kids, and their much younger sugar babies are not all mono­syl­labic, brain­less ele­men­tary school dropouts look­ing for a free ride.

The demo­graph­ics of high end dat­ing have changed, too, over the years. Just 20 years ago, high end dat­ing meant older and divorced. Women inter­ested in high end dat­ing today are more apt to hook a much younger millionaire…who may—time doesn’t change everything—or may not be married.

Today’s Amer­i­can sugar daddy is 39 years old, earns around $273,000 per year, and spends $5,100 a month on his sugar baby. High end dat­ing in Canada means being with a 38-year-old man who makes about $271,000 and lav­ishes $4,300 on his sugar baby each month. New mil­len­nium sugar dad­dies in Aus­tralia are just 40 years old and earn approx­i­mately $223,679 annu­ally. Sugar babes Down Under look­ing for high end dat­ing can expect to make $3,500 per month.

Whether he’s mar­ried, divorced, or sin­gle, for him, high end dat­ing is about find­ing young, intel­li­gent, vibrant women to con­nect and engage with—and lav­ish gifts and atten­tion on.

Granted, some think money is a ter­ri­ble cri­te­rion to use when search­ing for a part­ner. But those same peo­ple prob­a­bly have no issue with hav­ing a phys­i­cal check­list, or want­ing some­one with the same aca­d­e­mic, cul­tural, or socioe­co­nomic back­ground. Money, like any other cri­te­rion, is just a way of weed­ing out those you don’t want to be with.

It’s about com­pat­i­bil­ity. Every­one weighs out their likes and dis­likes; what they’re will­ing to live with or with­out and com­pro­mise on. When it comes to high end dat­ing, money just hap­pens to be an impor­tant criterion.

We all want some­thing! In fact, we want it all. And why shouldn’t we? Thanks to high end dat­ing, some women can have it.


While out­siders may dis­ap­prove of high end dat­ing and see it as being doomed to fail, for those actu­ally involved in high end dat­ing, the age dif­fer­ence can pro­vide more ben­e­fits than chal­lenges; if it even mat­ters at all.

High end dat­ing has its ups and downs, just like any rela­tion­ship. For high end dat­ing to suc­ceed, cou­ples need to con­nect emo­tion­ally and phys­i­cally, feel free to be them­selves, and be accepted.

Cou­ples that choose high end dat­ing ulti­mately need to have fun, nur­ture, and grow together. And judg­ing by the increas­ing num­ber of peo­ple who are in suc­cess­ful high end dat­ing rela­tion­ships, they are.