Tinder Releases The Top U.S. Cities Where You’ll Actually Get Right Swiped

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Tinder Releases The Top U.S. Cities Where You'll Actually Get Right Swiped

If you’ve been using app dating for a while, there’s a decent chance things have gotten stale even in your nonexistent online dating life. Whether you’ve run out of people to swipe, you’ve matched with the same person on four different apps, or you’ve had to expand your interests to include people in their thirties over 50 miles away, eventually you just run out of options. Thankfully, if you’re in a slump, Tinder released some of their data to Business Insider to figure out which cities have the highest number of active users. So pack your bags and book your flight because in these 15 cities, the matches are never-ending.

1. Los Angeles, CA
2. New York, NY
3. Chicago, IL
4. San Francisco/Bay Area, CA
5. Boston, MA
6. Phoenix, AZ
7. San Diego, CA
8. Houston, TX
9. Seattle, WA
10. Dallas, TX
11. Miami, FL
12. Orlando, FL
13. Philadelphia, PA
14. Las Vegas, NV
15. Austin, TX

Unsurprisingly, half of these locations are vacation destinations and tourist traps which should have a constant rotation of fresh faces for a bachelorette party every Thursday – Sunday until the end of time. On the bright side, all of those destination wedding invites hanging on your fridge now have a silver lining – tons and tons of potential matches. Of course, if you get left swiped at home, you’re probably not much more likely to get right swiped elsewhere, but hey, there’s always the chance that at least one other person in one of these cities thinks you have some sliver of potential. Good luck out there.

[via Business Insider]

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