Get Tinder Plus for Cheap

Amanda doesn't like being restricted to 100 swipe-rights a day.

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From February 2015, Tinder has started limiting the number of free ‘likes’ (or swipe-rights) and charging users for an undo button, as well as the ability to match with users in another location, known as ‘Passport’.

This new update to Tinder is a major hindrance to users, particularly those who have been using our Tinder tips to find matches and get laid.

Tinder is currently trialling a number of different pricing option to see how users respond to having to pay for Tinder Plus. This means that depending on your location, you could get charged anywhere between $1.99 and $19.99 a month for Tinder Plus. Visiting the App Store page for Tinder shows that Tinder have been trialling prices of $1.99, $2.99, $4.99, $9.99, $14.99 and $19.99 for an in-app upgrade to Tinder Plus.

If you’re unlucky enough to live in a country where Tinder thinks you can afford paying over $10 a month to digital speed date, then fear not as we may have a way for you to score Tinder Plus for cheap. This involves using a GPS faker to tell Tinder that you’re in a different country – perhaps one where people have less money to shell out for a service they were previously getting for free.

Cheap Tinder Plus on Android

If you’re on an Android device, download ‘Fake GPS location’ from the Google Play store and enable the ‘Allow mock location’ setting in your phone settings. Now open the Fake GPS location app, change your GPS to another country far away, then fire up Tinder and see what price they give you.

Cheap Tinder Plus on iPhone

If you’re on an iPhone, the process is the same as the above, but due to the restrictions of iOS, you’ll need to jailbreak your phone in order to use any of the fake GPS / location spoofing apps out there.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Did you actually try this method? I tried it but it always charges me know the same price. On android I think it depends on which country’s play store you downloaded tinder from.

    • It has nothing to do with where it’s downloaded. I traveled a lot last year and one country had it as low $4 per month. Surprisingly that was in UK…in London specifically. So I don’t think it’s necessary based on “people in countries who can’t afford higher prices”

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