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The couple with the best Hinge success story will win a Casper Mattress at the end of the week.See more: 6 True Stories of Finding Lasting Love on a Dating App Even if you can't cash in on the above, there's a wealth of knowledge to be mined from each of the couples below."What we found is that not one of our power couples went to a nice dinner or got drinks at the bar on the corner," explains Abramowitz.The idea for the “Milestone Market," the first ever digital dating pop-up store "designed to celebrate and reward major relationship milestones – from the very first sleepover to engagements, weddings and babies" was an attempt at extending the Hinge community, says Abramowitz.In the name of love, eleven brands—including Casper, Rent the Runway, Minibar and Barkbox—are offering couples who met via Hinge .I've already shared this link with boyfriend Matt... For our first Hinge date, we met at a bar in New York, where we both live.We found a couple of seats in the window and ordered drinks.We celebrated with champagne and an amazing dinner with friends who happened to be in Mykonos as well.
We had so much fun having the whole Museum (almost) all to ourselves all night long.
Today, Hinge launches its "Power Couples" list, a roster of 25 partners who met on Hinge, built long-term , and aren't afraid to call them that.(Hinge says the pairs were selected based on two criteria: When they were single their Hinge profiles received lots of likes, and they're all successful young professionals positively impacting their industries.)"I think the conversation and media around dating apps is not always the most positive," says Abramowitz.
"But they're very focused on the time you spend the app and on amazing dates that lead to lasting relationships."Hinge really sets itself apart in celebrating these enduring attachments as opposed to the quasi-successful hook-ups associated with its pervier peers.
After about three hours of talking, laughing, and cocktails we realized how late it was and decided to call it a night.
Chris was a gentleman and walked me to cab, only forgetting to pay our check at the bar.
But Hinge, which markets itself as “the relationship app,” is committed to making us all believe in love and romance again."The world of dating and the way in which people meet for sure has changed, and there’s probably no going back," says Olivia Abramowitz, Hinge’s VP of Marketing.