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Is Tinder Select Elevating Dating or Just Our Bills?

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Tinder has unveiled its highly exclusive and exorbitantly priced subscription service, “Tinder Select,” coming in at a staggering $499 per month. This premium tier promises access to Tinder’s ‘most sought after’ profiles and a host of other distinctive features, including the ability to direct message without matching and a unique SELECT badge to flaunt one’s VIP status. Only the top 1% of Tinder’s user base will be eligible for this service, marking a deliberate move towards creating a space of exclusivity within the platform. Given the significant price tag and the nature of the features offered, it raises the question— is this a justified innovation in enhancing user experience or merely an extravagant addition with little substance?

Debating the Value Proposition

The main selling point of Tinder Select seems to be its exclusivity rather than the features it offers. While the ability to message without matching and being seen by more users can be attractive, are these perks substantial enough to justify the hefty price tag? Moreover, Tinder states that Select users will be matched with the “most sought after profiles,” but remains vague on the details. What are your thoughts on the value proposition of Tinder Select, and do you believe it offers a meaningful enhancement to the user experience?

Assessing Impact on User Dynamics

The introduction of such an exclusive and costly subscription raises concerns about the potential impact on user dynamics within Tinder. Will the existence of a ‘members-only club’ create divisions and heighten a sense of hierarchy within the platform? How might this exclusivity affect interactions and relationships formed on Tinder, and is it conducive to the formation of genuine and meaningful connections?

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I can't speak for anyone else, but Tinder Select would be a total waste of money for me. 

I've never used Tinder, because I don't really become interested in someone until I know them somewhat well. Tinder Select wouldn't change that.

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Tinder is a hook-up app and nothing more. Sure, people have found their spouses on there but it is a drop in the bucket. The site is mostly promoting hook-up culture and paying for better access to something won't fix the problem. This is like Only Fans trying to move away from sex workers. It isn't going to happen at this point. They can try to paint themselves in a different light all they want. 

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