You get the first month free, and can also get a free deck of five cards (shipping and handling not included.) Past that, you pay .95 for a monthly subscription (which basically means you pay /month to keep your profile live).
Some have a broad membership base of diverse users looking for many different types of relationships.I’ve covered a few online dating services in my day, but this one has got to be the most creative.It’s called Cheek’d, and I’d categorize it as a place where business cards meets picking up prospective boyfriends/girlfriends/one-night stands.One literally backs into a painting as he starts a conversation with a pretty brunette. Gershowitz, unfazed, flashes a lipstick-lined bright smile and holds out a business card.Erika Gershowitz, a peppy 25-year-old with long brown hair that hangs over one shoulder, is doing the same thing as everyone else—scoping the crowd for attractive singles—but she’s doing it a bit more overtly.“I have the weirdest question,” she says as she taps the hand of a young Indian woman wearing a black leather moto jacket. “I’m a matchmaker.”It’s a spiel she’s given innumerable times since she started her job with a company called Three Day Rule in May of last year.When a suitor receives the card, the idea is that they’re so filled with curiosity that they enter the code on Cheek’d and are taken to your profile page. See, Cheek’d wants to take out the online part of online dating.