Thousands sign up to sugar daddy websites to earn money dating older men

Who doesn’t want a silver fox?

There are an estimated 225,000 student sugar babies in the UK. Instead of constantly moaning about having no money, thousands of students are turning to dating sites to find themselves rich older partners.

There has been a 40 per cent increase in student sugar babies – who can earn up to £2,000 per month going for drinks and dinner. They’re often bought gifts like jewellery and given money to help buy what they need for uni.

Kent top the table with 724 students having accounts. Academic high fliers Cambridge, place second with 704 registered student profiles and Nottingham take bronze with 671 students.

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The altruistic Seeking Arrangement founder, Brandon Wade claims that, “ has helped facilitate hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of arrangements that have helped students graduate debt-free.

“That’s more than anyone can say of Parliament or university bodies.”


He has also previously said: “Love is for poor people.”

The site offers free premium memberships to students that register with their university email addresses.

More than three-quarters of money given goes towards tuition, rent and books.

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