You’ve been matched, and now you’re sitting on pins and needles, waiting to hear back from your match. The morning email usually comes with a heart-warming, excitement-filled greeting: “My potential match liked me enough that they accepted the date. Now, how do I know who pays?”
If you use the Masosa app, there is no reason to worry. You can decide who’s going to pay from the app!
On the other hand, you may need to read this entire article to know ‘how do I know who pays?’
My match accepted the date. Now how do I know who pays ?
Ah, the age-old question: who pays for the date? Many of us face a common dilemma when we finally get our match to accept a date. But don’t worry – there are some easy tips and tricks you can use to figure out who should pay!
First, it’s important to remember that dating etiquette has changed.
In today’s world, both parties have equal responsibility for paying for dates. This means everyone should feel free to pay their fair share. That being said, if your match is insistent on picking up the tab, then let them do so – but make sure you offer something in return (like offering them dessert or treating them next time).
Another way to determine who pays is by looking at each other’s financial situations and preferences.
Suppose one person makes significantly more money than the other. In that case, they may be willing and able to care for most (if not all) expenses associated with going out on a date.
However, this is only sometimes true; everyone has different opinions about finances!
Ultimately, it boils down to communication; talk openly with your partner about what works best for both of you financially before heading out together so there won’t be any confusion later on!
No matter how much money either party spends while dating, what matters most is having fun together and enjoying each other’s company – after all, those memories will last long after any bills have been paid 😉
How do I know who pays ?
It’s important to remember that there is no one correct answer. It depends on what you and your match are comfortable with. Some people may prefer splitting the bill, while others might want one person to take care of it or split it down the middle – whatever works best for both parties!
If you still need to figure out how things should go, why not ask your match directly?
My best advice would be to discuss this before your date so that you know what’s expected from both parties. If it doesn’t work out, don’t stress out about it __ Get to the final advice!
You could bring up something like, “I’m looking forward to our date – would you like me to cover my share, or do we split it?” This way, everyone will know what they need to pay before arriving at dinner, so there won’t be any surprises later on.
Whatever option is chosen between yourself and your partner, don’t forget that dating is an enjoyable experience for two people getting together – money shouldn’t get in the way of having fun!
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