How to Meet Rich Older Men

If you are looking for a way to live a jet setter, high-class lifestyle but aren't equipped with the bank account for it, the answer to your financial woes could be waiting for you in the form of a nice, single, rich man. Dating an older, richer man can make you privy to the expensive things your crave but are forced to live without. With a rich, older man to take care of you, you could not only have the liberty to not work, but also get the bling and other perks that come with having your own sugar daddy.

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Scour the high-class stores that rich older men will be likely to be. This includes pricier brands and stores in the ritzier neighborhoods. Head to Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, Lincoln Park in Chicago, the Upper East Side in New York and Bel-Air in Los Angeles. Even if you can't pay for the apparel in these stores, you'll be perusing the men, not the clothing racks.

Sign up for some online dating help. Many dating sites are targeted just for this very endeavor., and are all online sites that hook up rich older men with single ladies.

Expand your social circle. Rich older men can be found at charity events or other volunteer-type settings. Not only will you be surrounded by the rich, but you can be more sure they are generous with their money. And don't overlook political rallies or events either, as they are teeming with wealthy donors.

Pick up some of their interests. Wealthy older men can often be found on the golf course when not working, on their sail boats or at a tennis club. You can take a swing at the tennis court and wind up with more than a mean backhand!

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  • When you do find that special elder with a loaded pocketbook, you want to make him feel loved for more than his money. Don't inquire about the price of his gifts, as that is rude. And although you can freely accept his gifts (with adequate thanks, of course) don't take money handouts. This can look cheap or like you are begging.


  • The lines can be blurred between girlfriend and hired help. You shouldn't be doing maid services or other errands for your man. He isn't paying you to be his hired help.

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Giselle Diamond is a freelance writer and has been writing since 1999. Diamond is experienced in writing in all genres and subjects, with distinguished experience in home and garden, culture and society, literature and psychology. Diamond has a Master of Arts in English and psychology from New York University. Diamond has articles published on both eHow and LiveStrong.

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