The fact that Tinder says 3+ people have liked you means there are 3+ actual real people that have liked you. If you were to swipe right on every card you get you will be able to uncover their identities without paying, as you will end up matching with them.
And yet if you insist on using gold, that's a wastage of money because they make you pay to increase your self ego to see who liked you, while 90% of those you'll see has liked you are actually fake profiles that have been created by the app to keep buyers purchasing.
Tinder provides users with 50 free likes and if you reach the 50 likes limit then your right swipes are restricted for a period of 12 hours. After 12 hours, Tinder provides you with another 50 likes and the same restriction limit applies to this set of likes. Tinder doesn't put a limit on left swipes or dislikes.
Yes. Tinder plus is worth paying for, if you're already getting matches with your free account. Bear this in mind that you're not gonna get matches just because you're paying tinder for it. Having a good profile is all what it takes to get matches, if you can get even 10 matches in a month then go for Plus.
Good looking guys 5–50 matches out of 100 swipes. You just can't rely on statistics or compare yourself when it comes to Tinder.
If you don't travel often or don't care who sees your profile, you may be paying for premium features you don't really need. Upgrading to Tinder Plus doesn't guarantee you'll get more matches. If your Tinder bio and photos aren't top notch, you could be wasting your money.
Profiles with 99+ are more likely to be in a busy city or when the guy or girl is exceptionally appealing. If you're using the Tinder app consistently then you will most likely come across profiles who swiped left on you.
Originally Answered: What is the average match rate for guys on Tinder? The average number of matches he would get is somewhere around 14%. That number is based off of different articles that I've read, some claim a little higher and some claim lower but that seems to be the average.
It depends on too many factors: age, preferences, location, attractiveness, profile bio… Having said all that you are looking at 0–50 matches for guys in a regular week versus the same fork but per 12 hours for a girl (assuming you liked everyone tinder gave you).
Overall I think an average guy should get 1 match out of 100–200 swipes. Not so good looking guys probably 1 match from 300–500 swipes. Good looking guys 5–50 matches out of 100 swipes. You just can't rely on statistics or compare yourself when it comes to Tinder.
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