File this one under “why did I need to know that but hmm, okay that’s interesting.” A survey released by Seeking (also known as Seeking Arrangement) has found where sugar daddies are most likely to travel to this spring. First, let’s get some terminology out of the way, direct from the Cambridge Dictionary.
Sugar Daddy: a rich and usually older man who buys presents for or gives money to a younger person, usually so that the younger person will spend time with him or have a sexual relationship with him
Please note that this post does not actively promote or endorse sugar daddies, sugar babies (those that benefit from sugar daddies), or any sugar whatsoever.
We just found this survey to be one of the most interesting, amusing, and bizarre to ever land in our inbox. So let’s spill the tea, shall we?
Where Are Sugar Daddies Traveling To?
Without further ado, out of 10,000 sugar daddies surveyed, here are the top five destinations that they will be traveling to this spring:
Yes, Dubai tops the list with almost 40% of respondents jetting there this spring. It’s likely that at least a handful of these 4,000 will be flying Emirates business class. Heck, some will probably be either paying cash or burning a boatload of miles to fly in Emirates new first class with a shower suite and all…
Vegas, Miami, and the Greek Islands aren’t surprising since they are popular getaway destinations in their own right.
The purpose of this study was to target would-be travelers in search of a sugar daddy to narrow down their getaway destinations. The biggest sugar baby audience are college students. And while it is doubtful most college students would fly to Dubai to find a sugar daddy, the data is interesting nonetheless.
It’s More Popular Than You Think…
Three million American college students are members of Seeking.com, the world’s largest sugar daddy dating website. Thousands of students have these relationships to help defray the cost of their education. With the average allowance a sugar baby receives at $2,800/month, it would go a long way towards tuition.
The takeaway is this: sugar daddies are everywhere and if you’re looking to meet one in real life, these destinations may be the place to go this spring. Otherwise for the rest of us, maybe steer clear of these spots until the summer.
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