Stop Spending So Much Money on Women

Why Cheap Dates Are Better Than Expensive Ones

by Ron Louis & David Copeland

Every man needs to get this through his head:

Dating does not need to be expensive!

Spending lots of cash isn't necessary. Creating a memorable experience for her and taking charge of managing the date are more important than spending money.

It would be a fine, memorable and free date if you took her to a free museum and then on a walk around a lake. Neither of these cost anything.

If you know her better, you can rent movies and make her a wonderful dinner.

Another option is to visit a nearby town and window-shop down Main Street.

These are all cheap options. The important part is that you are creating experiences for her and taking responsibility for the date rather than expecting her to do so.

Make Your Date Memorable

Fox example, Murray was quite knowledgeable about plants, majoring in horticulture in college. He had researched forest ecology and could identify nearly every tree, shrub, and plant in the botanical gardens nearby. He decided to take Beth on a visit to the gardens. In an earlier conversation she had mentioned her love of exotic birds, plants, and trees. Murray saw the botanical gardens as a perfect place to walk and bond.

From there he planned to take her to a lunch spot, and then to a chocolate store. The whole date, he figured, would cost around $15.00. It would give them an opportunity to be together in a romantic spot and have the date be memorable.

The $20 Rule

Howard is another dating master. He always has a steady stream of women to date. He meets them everywhere he goes. Over the years, Howard has developed a long list of dating laws that he strictly follows.

One is the $20.00 rule. He never spends more than $20.00 on a seduction date. He simply decides ahead of time the maximum he will spend on a date, and never spends more. This rule has served him well, and never leaves him broke or resentful.

We recommend you take Howard's lead and do the same thing. Set aside a fixed amount and design a date that won't go over it.

If a date begins going badly, don't fall into the trap of spending more money in an attempt to fix it. That's desperation, not confidence, and it doesn't work. Spending more money won't help things. You will probably leave feeling even worse, and be no closer to your goal.

The Most Important Part of a Seduction Date

Even though paying for the seduction date is recommended, don't foolishly believe that paying for dates negates the importance of creating and maintaining the romantic mood on a date. Money is never a substitute for the other work required.

You must still touch her, charm her, create bonding, and much more.

If you take a woman to a very expensive restaurant, she may be impressed. But if you fail to create any romance, she will only view you as sucker who she can manipulate into buying things for her.

There must be a balance, and the work on the date must be done in tandem with paying.

About the Author: Ron and David are dating coaches. Their book How to Succeed With Women has sold over 40,000 copies. They have been featured in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Playboy, YM, Maxim, GQ UK, Swank, Gallery, and Players. They have also been on the Rosanne Barr Show, the Issac Hays show, To Tell the Truth, Fox News, CNN, UPN, and ABC. For more great tips on meeting and dating women or to ask a question go to