And before you think it, she does not believe this is a desperate attempt at finding love.
The value of each package has not been pulled out of thin air, this savvy single lady has done her research.
When it came down to the dollar values, she based it on the fees someone would pay for a professional matchmaker.
If a matchmaker sets her up with someone and they have five successful dinner dates, they’ll receive a prize pack worth 0 that includes gift cards, bottles of wine, concert tickets.
The next level is worth 0 with a weekend trip away, designer shoes, handbag and i Pad, and is achieved if it leads to her being in an exclusive relationship with your match.
Then there’s the top tier and grand prize both for the matchmaker and the single lady.
For finding her a match that results in an engagement, ‘cupid’ will get a destination vacation worth ,000.
“The dating scene is difficult here, and I am fed up with online profiles, Tinder, bars and other matchmaking services that just waste my time with men looking for hookups.”Single for almost a year and a half and exhausted by the online dating scene, she says she talked over her idea with her friends and found when she mentioned matchmaking incentive prize packages peoples’ ears perked up.
In the end she figures it’s good value for her money.
The 29-year-old creative, who works in design, added up the money she’s spent over the years in her dating attempts — dating profile subscription fees, social club fees, matchmaking service fees and countless social mixer events — and feels her cash would be better spent getting personal referrals from friends and their circles. Her website outlines it into two categories: personality (outgoing, adventurous, good sense of humour, professionally driven, loves animals) and attributes (between 29 and 40-years-old, career-minded and established, at least 6 feet tall with broad shoulders and build).