OKCupid offers two subscription types; Basic and Premium. The basic is actually enough for a most users and is the price we show here. The difference between Basic and Premium is that with Premium you can see who likes you, get 3 super likes per week and access to more of the Q&A.
Limits in Free Version
Our testers estimated that you can only send about 50 likes per day in the free version. Although this is fairly generous.
We love that there is at least one app offering deal-breaker filters. These are filters that you can set when you want to completely block profiles from appearing to you based on criteria. Like, if they don’t fit your age settings, your distance limits, height, body shape etc. It would be even better if the filters went further by not showing your profile to people who don’t meet the criteria… but that would be a near-perfect app… and we haven’t built it yet!
Deal-breakers are available in Basic subscription plan.
Profiles at OKCupid (March 2023) include tags and prompts. Tags give you the chance to show a few of your interests or a little about your lifestyle - or learn those of other daters. Prompts can be a helpful starter to get you writing a little about yourself... and of course to find out more about your potential matches.
Searching / Filtering
Once you have found the profiles you are interested in, you are able to view the photos of those members as a free user.
Sending / Receiving Likes
To stand out from the crowd, as a premium member, you can send a super-like. Boosts bring your profile to the front of the pack for a short time. These are paid for separate from a subscription.
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Review OKCupid (March 2023).