And we'll just tell you now: All of the sites have free memberships, but to get the real in-depth features to find real connections with other mature singles, you'll want to have a paid account.
We've noted those price differences, as well as the differences in sign up, navigation simplicity, and the overall relationship tone of the site to help you choose the best one to fit you.
Doesn't finding love with that mindset sound a hell of a lot easier?
Elite Single's senior dating blog notes that most older individuals realize that life is just too short to play games, and that older people take dating much more seriously than they did 40 years ago.
However, youth has a disadvantage you may not have considered: Many people in their 20s and 30s just aren't ready to settle down yet.
Developing a crush on someone is more likely to end up in an awkward "situation-ship" rather than a serious relationship (and we all know how fun As you get older, you realize what's important to you and what you're truly looking for.
Let's start by saying that it's totally normal to feel hesitant about making the jump to online dating.
And while it may be a little weird that this person isn't your first love, you can take solace in the fact that it could be love. Does all this seriousness mean that the excitement from meeting someone new is gone when dating as a senior? An advice post for seniors on Zoosk says to "be prepared to return to your inner teenager," because the firsts are just as exciting.
You'll get butterflies, wait for them call and do a happy dance when they do, and first kisses will be just as tingly.
We'd also like to point out that Match sees a 42% spike in registrations between the December 26 and February 14, which makes sense — those cold months leading up to Valentine's Day can be torturously lonely.
But if you were wondering when the best time to sign up is, it's right now.