How to Attract a Millionaire Sugar Daddy (It’s Easier Than You Think)


It isn’t nec­es­sar­ily hard to meet a mil­lion­aire if you know where to look, but it’s get­ting (and keep­ing) his atten­tion that can some­times take a lit­tle bit of extra effort. Whether you’re try­ing to meet a mil­lion­aire online or in per­son, you have to find a way to stand out and show him that you’re the woman he needs to be with.

One U.K. woman, sin­gle mom Kim Perez, set her sights on mil­lion­aire dat­ing, because she wanted to live the kind of lifestyle she had always dreamed of and felt she deserved. But she also knew that in order to meet a mil­lion­aire, she would have to make some changes in her life. “I’d spent months chang­ing my appear­ance, and even my accent, all so I would meet a rich man,” said Perez. And it worked, because not only did she meet a mil­lion­aire, but they ended up hap­pily married.

Here are some tips from Perez’s real-life mil­lion­aire dat­ing expe­ri­ence, so that you too can find the rich man of your dreams.

• Edu­cate your­self. To improve her chances of suc­cess­ful mil­lion­aire dat­ing, Perez invested in pri­vate tutor­ing to improve her speech and read books on proper eti­quette. Rich men are usu­ally very smart and often tend to sur­round them­selves with peo­ple who com­ple­ment their sophis­ti­cated nature. When you meet a mil­lion­aire that you’re inter­ested in, you have to show him that you can fit into his world.

• Do your research. Find out where the best fine din­ing venues and high-end hotspots are in your city—these are the kind of places to meet a mil­lion­aire. Perez flipped through mag­a­zines, but most big cities have web sites with tons of infor­ma­tion on where to go and what to see. Skip the fam­ily attrac­tions and check out the swanky bars in the finan­cial dis­trict, or the art gal­leries and auc­tions. And don’t be afraid to ven­ture out of your hometown.

• Look the part. Whether it’s by updat­ing your wardrobe or get­ting a new hair­style, you want to look like the kind of woman that your mil­lion­aire man would be proud to show off to his friends and colleagues—classy and sophis­ti­cated, but still young and sexy. This might require some invest­ment on your part, but with mil­lion­aire dat­ing, it’ll be worth it in the end. Kim Perez scoured eBay for deals on designer clothes and acces­sories, so where there’s a will, there’s a way. Look­ing the part is impor­tant for when you first meet a mil­lion­aire, but just as impor­tant as your rela­tion­ship pro­gresses. After all, you want to meet a mil­lion­aire who’s going to stick around.

• Go online. There’s noth­ing wrong with using mil­lion­aire dat­ing sites to meet some­one. In fact, it’s become really pop­u­lar among rich men. Perez met her rich hus­band through a dat­ing site and she found that the best way to keep his atten­tion when they first started talk­ing was by not reveal­ing too much about her­self too fast, but rather focus­ing on find­ing out as much as she could about him. After com­mu­ni­cat­ing online for a while, they met in per­son, and the rest was his­tory. Mil­lion­aire dat­ing sites are just a way of meet­ing some­one you may never have crossed paths with oth­er­wise. With the right pro­file, they can be a great start­ing point for a new rela­tion­ship. Click here for some tips on how to opti­mize your dat­ing pro­file to meet a mil­lion­aire online.

• Ignore the crit­ics. There are going to be peo­ple along the way who dis­agree with your inter­est in mil­lion­aire dat­ing, but don’t let that stop you from going after what you want. After all, they’re not liv­ing your life, you are. If Kim Perez had lis­tened to the peo­ple back home who told her that she was being “cold and cal­cu­lat­ing” for want­ing to date a rich man, she would not be hap­pily mar­ried, dri­ving an expen­sive car, wear­ing the finest in fash­ion, or sport­ing dia­monds and a Rolex. “I would rec­om­mend what I’ve done to any woman who is in a rut and really com­mit­ted to pulling her­self out of it,” says Perez. “Just look at my life; you could do the same.”


Purs­glove, A., “How to snare a mil­lion­aire: Sick of work­ing as a shop girl, Kim rein­vented her­self with the sole aim of land­ing a rich hus­band – and got one,” Daily Mail web site, Feb­ru­ary 2, 2011;