Not sure which compatibility dating site to join? Dating Direct Affinity and eHarmony are two of the largest compatibility dating websites out there. Read our comparison guide below.
The Compatibility Test
Both sites compatibility tests have been designed by expert psychologists who specialise in the dynamics of human relationships.
eHarmony offers a comprehensive questionnaire based on 29 dimensions of compatibility that is scientifically proven to predict happier, healthier long-term relationships.
The affinity test is based on around hundred questions designed to explore your personality across 71 different psychological criteria such as your views on life, family, love and money.
Both sites allow you to register and take the compatibility test for free. They also allow you to see your personality report and see suggest matches. Dating Direct Affinity also lets you send your first message for free!
If you are looking for unrestricted access, Affinity has a range of subscription options to choose from. The minimum subscription term is 3 months and costs £29.00 per month. If you decide to go for a 6 month package then it costs £19.00 and a whole year is just £14.00.
eHarmony is cheaper than Dating Direct Affinity. A one month subscription costs £34.95. Three months costs just £19.95 a month. If you go for the six month package it only costs £14.95 and an entire year is just £9.95 a month.
Both sites require you to pay for the months in advance and renew automatically at the end of the subscription term. Join eHarmony now..
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