Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware Matchmaker



In 2002 Master Matchmakers was founded as Philadelphia's premier matchmaking service. Our staff of professional matchmakers is proud to have created countless successful matches throughout the Delaware Valley for more than 15 years. As native Philadelphians, our founders know how tough it is to find love in their home town. 

Greater Philadelphia singles in Bucks County, Chester County, Montgomery County or Delaware County, Germantown-Chestnut Hill, West Chester, King of Prussia, the Mainline or Center City continue to seek our assistance in meeting other like-minded, well-intentioned local area singles. We also represent outstanding men and women beyond the Lehigh Valley, including Northeastern, Central and Western Pennsylvania, North Jersey, South Jersey, Central Jersey, and Delaware too. 

Every potential match is assessed based on criteria that matters most to you. We conduct extensive interviews, prove age and identity, verify photos and run background checks on everyone we'll represent. You're also able to get acquainted with your matches over the phone before you meet. 

To find love in PA, NJ or DE complete our Get Started form or call (800) 734-9230.



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Dating can be tough. With guaranteed matches and date feedback we do whatever it takes to guide you into a relationship.

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Online dating is difficult. We guarantee matches that meet your criteria. Your personal coach and dedicated matchmakers will communicate feedback, troubleshoot issues and guide you into a relationship.

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Joann Ward has been matchmaking for over 30 years. Her son, Steve Ward followed in her footsteps in 2003. They became internationally known matchmakers as Hosts and Executive Producers of VH1 Tough Love

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Just The Tip

Monday, February 02, 2015


Just The Tip

The Times They Are A-Changin' and gender parity is becoming more the norm in politics, business, entertainment, etc. For men and women still seeking someone, it can be hard to keep up with the times. When it comes to dating and developing a relationship this can be uniquely challenging because many of you out there are still in search of a more traditional relationship. Some gender roles have stood the test of time, and paying the bill is no exception. 

There's a lot to be said when it comes to who to picks up the check. What he or she does when the tab comes will let you know where they stand with you and where you stand with them. Here's a handy guide that should be helpful in knowing how to handle yourself when the time comes. 

First of all, if you're a man concerned about how much the bill will come to, take the woman somewhere inexpensive. But always foot the bill.

When a man picks up the check he's being a gentleman and he's likely looking forward to seeing the woman again. If he lets the woman pick up the check he's either self centered, inconsiderate, unstable or all of the above. If a woman plans a date she can pay the bill if she likes, but my suggestion is to be discreet and subtly settle up so that he doesn't get a chance to pay for it first. If a woman was asked on a date and she intentionally pays the tab, it may look like she's over compensating. 

When a man asks a woman if she would split the bill, he's not only indicating that he has no interest in seeing her again, he's also letting her know that he thinks the feeling is mutual. If a woman offers to split the bill she's usually indifferent about the date and would see him again as long as he refused her offer and picks up the check himself.

The polite thing to do is for a man to pay the bill and for a woman to offer to leave the tip. If the guy is a class act he should kindly refuse and pay for the whole thing himself. 

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