Paying at the end of dates especially in the beginning of the "courtship" is always a touchy subject, with varied opinions on how to handle it. Some people believe the person who invites the other out should pay; some think splitting is the way to go; and sometimes, people dictate who pays based on how the date is going. But what happens when you've been dating for years? Paying for dates in a long-term relationship is definitely something you should figure out with your partner, and see what works best for you both. And as your finances may fluctuate, your regular go-to paying practice may change, too. Here's what you need to know to navigate paying, avoid awkwardness, and get directly to the romance.
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Paying For Dates In A Long-Term Relationship is Tricky & Here's How To Do It
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I have been dating my girlfriend for almost 3 months. The relationship is going good and we are exclusive. At this point though it gets a little expensive for me to pay every time we go out. She is always willing to help out though when I ask or sometimes volunteers on her own.
Here's how you should split the bill with your partner at each stage in your relationship
As long as there are first dates, there will always be that awkward moment when the check comes to the table and one or both of the people on the date start wondering who is supposed to pay. Unless you established going Dutch when making your plans, someone must take responsibility for settling the bill. In a traditional dating relationship, a man asks a woman out for a date and etiquette directs the man to pay for the date.
Who pays for dinner outings? Who pays for movie tickets? Who pays for park admissions? Or who pays for most if not all, and for how long?