If you’re willing to sift through the haystack or aren’t too concerned about dating Jewish, this is stacked with options. Like our other picks, Super Tova asks questions about your interests, political views and astrological sign (okay, that one was new) but the service itself is free.
Super Tova (Free) You’re probably starting to realize online dating can get a little pricey. While that’s a plus, it comes with some downfalls, like a site that crashes with every click.
Reserved for Conservative Jews and stricter-practicing, this dating service is not real casual.
After asking for your full name, phone number and home address, Saw You At Sinai requires you to fill out the number of times you pray weekly, if you plan to own a television and your father’s Hebrew name.
It goes on to ask for your native language and where you and your parents live before asking for two references (which I once thought were reserved for college and job applications).
Despite the intensive application process, Saw You At Sinai hooks you up with a personal matchmaker, which is why we weren’t surprised the service doesn’t offer a free trial.
Jewish Café (.95/month, .66/month for six months) If you’re crunched for time and sitting down in a real café isn’t in the cards this week, you’re in luck — Jewish Café, a virtual meeting spot for you and your future hubby, is coming to your rescue.
Unfortunately, we found only one Minnesotan on the site, which means you better be ready to pack your bags and hit the road if you’re looking to settle down with your perfect match.
It works by connecting your profile through Facebook without posting on your wall, the name, age and “tribe” of each match is listed along with a couple photos, and you can search matches by distance from your location to swipe left or right when you find a certain someone you think might be riding the same wavelength.
JDate (.99/month, .99/month for six months) At almost for one month on this site’s basic plan, JDate is by and far the most expensive dating service for Jewish singles on the market. Like many other dating sites, JDate asks you for your name and location when registering, but also asks questions about your smoking preferences, physical characteristics, profession and “Jewish-ness.” The site itself isn’t super sleek looking, but it’s easy to use and offers the largest selection of matches out of the websites we reviewed.