Chicago Bachelors: How To Spend Less than $100 On 3 Dates This Week
For young Chicago bachelors, searching for a bae can really burn a hole in the old wallet, regardless of how much bacon you're bringing home. Especially when you're going on 2 or 3 dates in a week and investing your hard earned money into a situations that could end with you being ghosted. But hey, that's the name of the game, right?
Now, close your eyes and imagine a real-time radar of nearby happy hours, nightly food & drink specials at some of Chicago's most popular bars, restaurants, and lounges. Ok now stop imagining because it's definitely a thing.
MealSteals is undoubtedly the Chitown bachelor's secret weapon when it comes to frequent, frugal dating.
Don't let the platoons of co-workers out for drinks after work make you think for one second that happy hour is an inappropriate date scenario. For many bars and restaurants, this is the only time of the week that discounted food and drinks become available. The problem is that there hasn't always been a quick, easy way to find out when and where they're taking place.
Many women prefer that men take charge when planning and choosing date locations. Using MealSteals during the planning phase puts a wide a range of real-time money saving food and drink options at your fingertips.
You: "Do you like tapas & sangria? Of course you do. Cafe-ba-ba-reeba Monday @ 5ish. See you there! :)"
Her: "Well done. Sounds good!"
There's a pretty good chance that your date won't be aware of the $16 sangria pitcher (typically around $30), and $1 bite sized tapas special happening that night. And that you've got the down-low because you spent about 4 minutes onMealSteals during your morning commute. Even if he or she does know, who cares, because MealSteals comes in more clutch than Miguel Montero in the bottom 10 of game 7.