How Much Does it Cost to Join eHarmony?

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Question: How much does it cost to join eHarmony?
Here are eHarmony’s prices as of December 2008:

1 month: $59.95

3 months: $119.85

6 months: $179.70

12 months: $239.40

Sometimes you can find some discounts by visiting Online Dating Magazine’s eHarmony Promotions page.


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  1. I hear alot of good reviews about this site, but i am going to give a shot at a free online dating site before i go ahead and invest alot of money into a site like this. And if i ever do plan on doing so, i’ll make sure to check out the promo codes link you provided.

    Thanks !

  2. It seems like a lot of money when you first look at it, but I know quite a few people in real life that met on there and are very happy together. When you think about the fact that the amount of money can find you happiness, it is worth it.

  3. $239.40 bucks a year? I guess it would be worth it if you were really interested in finding a partner. I wouldn’t shell out that kind of money for a dating service though. I’d start bribing friends for referrals first. LOL

  4. I don’t really understand why would people go and spend so much money on a online dating site, when they can use the free ones, and there are a lot of free ones. The other thing i can’t really understand is why would owners of such a sites would put so high prices on their memberships, when they can be free or at a very low cost – this way they will earn a lot more just using ads on it …
    I guess that there isn’t a “right” answer to this question, but i guess that “there are passangers for every train “

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