Dating app Hinge Pays Users to go on a date as Lockdown Restrictions Ease
To celebrate COVID lockdown restrictions ease while restaurants are allowed to offer outdoor dining, Hinge, the dating app which is built to be deleted is doing its best to get you out again
Hinge, founded by Justin McLeod, is currently offering couples who got matched on the site £100 to go out on a date.
The popular dating app is giving out fifteen thousand pounds in vouchers, a way to encourage single people to get out and start to date again now that COVID restrictions has been eased and outdoor dining is back.
The popular dating app has dubbed the payment a ‘2nd-date stipend’ and said it has no restrictions upon what it can be used on.
In order to get hold of £50, users must be part of a physical date with another Hinge user. This voucher is available between April 12 and April 18, and users must report the date making use of the ‘We Met’ feature on the app.
Users, however, are urged to follow COVID restrictions and ensure all measures are adhered to during any dates.
After the 1st date, each is required to confirm their date via “We Met” to be eligible for receiving the £50 stipend.
Once a Hinge user competes this, an email instructions on how to redeem the virtual gift cards will be sent which can be used for their 2nd date – Starting from April 19, the vouchers will be sent to each of the qualifying users.
The vouchers is scheduled to be sent out on a first-come, first-served basis.
Are you ready to get it going?