An exclusive dating app for elite singles is now giving users the option to send their matches a drink or bouquet of flowers.
The League, a San Francisco-based app which requires both a LinkedIn and Facebook account from users, has teamed up with two on-demand delivery services to give their users the chance to send gifts to their matches.
The app now partners with flower company BloomThat and alcohol delivery service Minibar, who upon request will make deliveries for users in New York and San Francisco.
To organise a bouquet or drink delivery, users simply have to contact their in-app concierge, noting the type of delivery they wish to send, and the name of who they want to send it to.
The flower service will cost $45, with drinks costing $25, and will be delivered the same day as the user makes a request.
Speaking about the new service, The League CEO and founder, Amanda Bradford said: “Our users are busy, but they still want the opportunity to make a memorable first impression.
“In true League fashion, we are putting a fresh twist on the tired dating app ‘charm’ experience.
“The League will always strive to offer our members an incredibly differentiated experience — it’s what sets us apart from the dozens of other dating apps out there and why so many of our users are exclusive to The League.”
Bradford was recently named in our list of the most influential players in the online dating industry from the past twelve months, after the Stanford graduate led her app to a very successful launch in New York in 2015.
Find out more about The League here.